Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI), which digs into what is really important to an individual and how these motives shape his/her behavior. The SDI assesses individual motives under two conditions: when things are going well and when there is conflict or opposition. Individuals receive a report describing their Motivational Value System (MVS) and Conflict Sequence (CS).
Strengths Portrait, which describes the strengths (effective behaviors) people most often use on a daily basis to accomplish tasks, reach goals and contribute to a larger purpose. The Strengths Portrait links to SDI motives, helping individuals gain an instant understanding around how they make decisions and why they behave the way they do.
Overdone Strengths Portrait, which identifies how an individual’s strengths—when overdone or misapplied—might disrupt productivity and trigger conflict. The portrait gives individuals and groups a tool to help recognize and adjust these behaviors in order to collaborate more effectively and avoid the costs of conflict.
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