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PI Test Results

The Predictive Index (PI) assessment: for individuals
The Predictive Index behavioral assessment is the foundation of the Predictive Index system, with more than 2 million assessments completed every year. It is a science-based assessment that provides managers with accurate, actionable data quantifying the unique motivating needs and behavioral drives of each employee and potential employee.

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PI Test Results

  1. 1. Summary of Predictive Index® Results Brent Downey Survey Date : 2/26/2010 Report Date : 3/9/2010 The results of the Predictive Index® survey should always be reviewed by a trained Predictive Index analyst. The PI Reporter® provides you with a brief overview of the results of the Predictive Index® and prompts you to consider many aspects of the results not contained in the overview. If you have not yet attended the Predictive Index® Management Workshop, please consult someone who has attended in order to complete the report. STRONGEST BEHAVIORS-#64 Operational Brent will most strongly express the following behaviors: Unhurried and deliberate, he's stable and will do things using the established process; finds it difficult to change these systems. Dependable, he's consistent and needs familiar environments and coworkers to be most productive. Cooperative, easy-going, and agreeable in getting along with others. A focused, uncritical listener who won't 'rock the boat.' Methodical, steady, and even-paced; loses productivity when interrupted. Driven to protect the company against risk by thoroughly leveraging his background and strictly following 'the book.' Cautious; follows a well-established and proven plan to avoid making mistakes. Does the background research necessary to have proof to support his decisions before he takes action. Detail-oriented and accommodating; most comfortable working as part of a well-defined team for which he produces high-quality output and decisions.
  2. 2. Brent Downey Page 2 SUMMARY Brent is a helpful, patient, stable person who works steadily and consistently. Respectful of established processes, standards, and policies, he will work within those standards to ensure repeated successes and high-quality results. He has the patience and tolerance required for routine work and can be relied on to do such work consistently and in a relaxed manner. He prefers having, and following, a well thought-out process to ensure success. If Brent is responsible for establishing the process, he will do so in a thoughtful, methodical manner, paying close attention to details and time-honored successes. Once established, he will expect that the process be followed consistently, as he will do himself. He will focus on the details of his work and will handle them with somewhat better than average accuracy. In work involving repeated contact with people, Brent will be pleasant, agreeable, and supportive. He derives satisfaction from helping others and likes to feel part of a secure team. Fairly easygoing, Brent works at a steady, relatively unhurried pace and is most comfortable working within stable organizations with established processes. In the event of change in his work and responsibility, he will take time to learn the new work and responsibilities thoroughly, getting the 'lay of the land' before taking action. This is true whether he is initiating changes to his work process (which he will do only after very careful thought and research), or is being asked to make changes. In social terms, Brent is unassuming, friendly and pleasant in general contact. He is a patient, focused, and willing listener, particularly with people he knows well and with whom he feels at ease. He is sympathetic, supportive, and wants to help whenever possible. Even-tempered, he communicates, coaches, and teaches in a patient, detailed, non-threatening way. In making decisions, Brent is careful, and will take the time required to follow the established process, examine different angles, and explore enough to ensure few, if any, surprises afterward. MANAGEMENT STYLE As a manager of people or projects, Brent will be: Patient and methodical - emphasizing the development of repeatable, carefully researched, and well thought-out systems on which to base future work Focused on helping others accomplish their goals; loyal to the company, mentoring and teaching to his team, agreeable and unassuming with his peers Concerned about doing work consistently and within establish company policy; as such he will delegate with caution and provide detailed guidelines and direction for his team to follow precisely Courteous and careful in following-up on delegated tasks, takes the time to guide and teach along the way Approachable; a focused, supportive, non-judgmental listener Diligent in providing a consistent, stable working environment for his team; assuring that they understand their goals and responsibilities and have ample time to adjust to any changes Accurate and patient in handling day-to-day operations; focusing his team on repeatable successes and high quality results. MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
  3. 3. Brent Downey Page 3 To maximize his effectiveness, productivity, and job satisfaction, consider providing Brent with the following: A stable, familiar, supportive work environment and organization Opportunity to develop deep expertise in his areas of responsibility, and to apply that specialized knowledge, skill, and experience daily A consistent process for Brent to follow to ensure repeated successes. With appropriate background, he can take part in creating this process Thorough training in all aspects of his job, except where his experience already covers it Opportunity to interact with others in a supportive team environment Opportunity to build stable relationships with management, direct reports, and other co-workers. Prepared by Julie Conner on 3/9/2010 Copyright © 1994-2000, 2002, 2005 by Praendex, Inc. All rights reserved. Modified by Julie Conner on 3/9/2010, 11:59 AM