PRISM’s reports show not only people’s natural or instinctive behaviour preference, but also the extent and the way in which they modify or adapt their preference on occasions to respond to what you see as the demands of specific situations e.g. their job.
The reports also indicate where individuals may be overdoing or not making full use of their preferences. This insight also helps them to understand more about their true potential, as well as what may be hindering them from achieving even higher performance.
The remarkable complexity of the brain has shown that human beings cannot credibly be divided up into a fixed number of types or groups of people who are unable to act outside of their profiles.
Because PRISM is based on perception,
it is obvious that if perceptions change, behaviour will change too.
The dynamic interaction between perception of self and the environment explains why an individual may behave differently from one situation to another.
At school, no one said "when I grow up, I want to be a manager". Most of us dreamed of something more tangible, to become a doctor or an astronaut etc, but eventually many people find themselves in management roles, often because they were good at doing the function that they are now managing.
Helps set employees up to succeed, so they can help the organisation succeed.
Provide guidance so that people understand what is expected of them, enable individual creativity and ensure strengths are nurtured. Provide enough control so that people understand what the organisation is trying to accomplish, context for regular feedback discussions to enhance mutual understanding of an individual’s contribution and development needs.
To influence buying decisions, successful salespeople need to be able to activate the appropriate areas of the customer’s brain – some customers use more emotion than rational analysis when making buying decisions. For others, the reverse is true. When faced with a buying choice, a customer’s subconscious will encourage them to choose you rather than your competitors. This sales approach is known as ‘Neuroselling’.
PRISM 360° can be customised according to your specific business requirements and enables up to 26 observers' responses to be recorded, including those of the candidate and the line manager. The system offers a selection of generic competencies, but users can also upload their own, in-house competencies onto the system.
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