How effective am I with others?

About Us

Our effectiveness at interacting with other people will have an enormous influence on our ability to achieve what we want - seldom are things of worth achieved alone. This evaluation, as with the many behavioural, psychometric or personality tests available on the market, gives you the information to understand, explore and improve your effectiveness in working with others.

Since Man first walked upon the Earth we have considered human behaviour. Many great philosophers and psychologists have written and published work and opinions on behaviour. Some like DISC, SDI & Myers Briggs (MBTI) are well known and used all over the world today; others such as 'facial shapes' (Mar) and 'canine types' (Pavlov & Lykken) never took root & are now consigned to history. Others built on the work of Freud and Jung come and go almost every decade and are admitted and accepted and then dismissed. Almost all have one common theme - that behaviour is defined by 4 styles which we all posses and use. We blend and mix these to suit our moods, our preferences, our situation and our culture.

For over 2,500 years these descriptors have stood the test of time and it is these aspects that form the basis of the SPECTRUM™ behavioural diagnostic.

The full report provides you with a detailed evaluation of your behavioural style based on your answers to the on-line questionnaire you are asked to complete. It is instant, effective, understandable, practical and cost effective - the basic report is free of charge. In addition, the full report provides with supporting theoretical material to both deepen your understanding of this model and human behaviour as well as guiding you in terms of direct application of that learning.

The development of this model has been by experts with decades of experience of using a range of paid for and free personality tests, behavioural assessments and psychometric analyses. For a fuller explanation of why we formed a new evaluation and the aspects of the existing evaluations we sought to improve click here