Below we show a report of someone who did very poorly at their job. This is easily shown by the red bars.
the middle column, we graph in the Self scores as "S".
This is how the person sees themselves and how they are most
comfortable. We show the variance in how they see themselves with
">", We graph in the Others score as
"O". This is how others see them behaving. We show
the variance in how others see them with ">".
the right of each scale is a norm comparison and goal. First, is a
one-word color highlighted rating (e.g. Good)
which corresponds to the information found on the norm line. Usually,
the sentence directly following this rating gives an idea of what
problems would be caused when the character tendency doesn't ideally fit
the norm. Following this comparison, are goals. The goals show what the
person needs to do to fit the norm better.
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the bottom of the report, we calculate how well the person's tendencies
fit the entire job norm. This
score ranges from zero to 100, and is accompanied by a descriptor such
as Low, Fair, Good, Very Good, or Ideal.
These ratings are also color highlighted.
Low and Fair are printed in red, while Good through Ideal are
printed in green.
at the bottom of the report, we take the highest score from each scale
(self or others) and compare those scores to the job norm. An overall score is computed and displayed for this.
As you know, people have tendencies, what they usually do, but
some people are quite variable in their feelings and behavior.
We take these variations and project how well the person fits the
job when they fluctuate.
This report is extremely accurate and is easy to understand. Once a person has read one report, perhaps with assistance, they would be capable of continuing to use the reports with no need for someone to interpret for them.