Plan to Lead, Justin Setzer's coaching company, is a talent management solutions provider. Justin has two distinguishable certifications:
Certified Professional Behavioral Analyst(CPBA)(DISC)
Certified Professional Driving Forces Analyst (CPPDF)
Plan to Lead is a proud partner of TTI Success Insights® (TTI SI), the world’s leading developer of research-based, validated behavioral assessments that enable organizations to use the Science of Self™ to reveal and harness the talent and skills of their greatest asset – their people. This approach leads to more engaged employees, stronger teams and greater productivity.
Over three decades, TTI SI has researched and distributed a suite of assessments that are at work in more than 90 countries and in 41 languages.
Employees and leaders who are trained and certified in TTI SI’s assessments experience:
• Greater self-awareness and personal growth
• Better engagement amongst employees
• Increased team and organizational efficiencies
• Clarity in purpose and communication
TTI SI’s assessments are EEOC and OFCCP compliant and are continuously tested and refined to ensure the highest standards of ethics and reliability.
Ideal for the recruitment and retention of entry-level customer service, experienced sales reps and managers, Talent Insights is simple, yet sophisticated. Talent Insights effortlessly integrates the Behaviors individuals bring to the job and the driving forces that motivate them. Talent Insights is available in management/staff, executive and sales versions.
Talent Insights is available in three different role-specific reports.
Leveraging the power of three sciences, TriMetrix DNA will help you leverage your human capital potential by understanding how people behave, what drives them and which soft skills they bring to the workplace. TriMetrix DNA combines behaviors, driving forces and competencies together in a validated, bias-free and fully integrated assessment that meets EEOC and OFCCP requirements. TriMetrix DNA is available in management/staff, executive and sales versions.
Tri-Metrix DNA is available in three role specific reports.
Assessments reflect our own perceptions of who
we are and how others perceive us. The results are
based on your responses to short questionnaires. An
assessment can help you understand why you make
decisions, how you communicate, how you perceive
the world and what you are capable of doing. Assessments
can help you find a new career, job or
companion. Assessments have been used for self-diagnosis
for years. Those in use today have their foundations
in the early 20th century when “personality
assessments” based on both trait and psychoanalytic
Can assessments be used in business?
Yes! Assessments are used to improve communication
skills, develop leadership competencies, decide
a new career path, or understand the best sales
strategies. Employers use assessments to analyze
job requirements to help find the best match in a
new employee, to help their employees work more
efficiently as a team, or to help employees communicate
clearly with other employees or with clients.
Why do you need them?
Assessments help increase efficiency in teams,
reduce turnover, improve communication, reduce
workplace conflict and stress, identify best employees
and grow them, and hire people ideally suited to
the job — creating job match that pleases employers
and employees, too.
how do they work?
People are guided through a series of questions
online and then receive a report with their results.
Typically this includes a trained, certified professional
coach or consultant who will deliver the results and
feedback to the respondent.
Who uses assessments?
Assessments are used by individuals, by businesses
large and small, educational institutions, and nonprofits
around the world.
How reliable are they?
The reliability and safety of assessments depends upon the degree of research and validation the assessment provider has built into the assessment. Some assessment developers have many years of product research to validate the results of their assessments. Ask your assessment provider for a history of their assessment validity and non-discriminatory research. Assessment validation research, adverse impact study results, and employee retention analysis results should be made available upon request. .
What should you pay for assessments?
You get what you pay for… Not all assessments are created equal. Using assessments that are not backed by research and validation can negatively impact you or be plain inaccurate.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing.