Learn about PRISM
PRISM is a powerful tool for understanding human behaviour
Self-awareness is the key to the success of every individual, and that's exactly what PRISM delivers. PRISM gives you a great deal of insight about you and how you interact with the world and those around you.
Have you wondered how to make the best use of your natural talents?
Have you been struggling with some relationships or team members at work?
Are you making the right career decisions?
Do you want to influence and connect to other people in a more positive way?
Do you know where your team’s collective strengths and blind-spots are?
The answers are in a PRISM report. A deeper understanding of YOU unlocks your potential and provides important insights into these questions and much more.
Knowing more about your behaviour - and yourself - can help you lead a life with less friction and greater fulfilment. Even if you uncover qualities of your behaviour you're less happy with, the information can help you pinpoint the things that may need changing.
The good news is that PRISM gives you the opportunity to understand who you really are. This is not a personality test that puts you in to a box – PRISM in based on decades of scientific research, and produces an easy to follow, practical and comprehensive guide – to you.
Here’s what’s included in a PRISM Foundation report
Email us to find out more about PRISM Personal or Professional profiles.
(Most of our international clients request their PRISM reports in English, however both the self-assessment questionnaire and are available in multiple languages – contact us to find out more).
PRISM for Teams and shaping culture
To enhance team performance, you need to have a good benchmark of performance. The Great place to Work survey provides an excellent insight into key areas, but does it help you enhance the performance of a specific team?
Many of our clients also use PRISM profiling and the Team Diagnostic to engage the team in working better together and enhancing results.
PRISM Team Diagnostic
How does your team measure up against the 12 indicators of high performing teams?