If you’re looking to improve your performance on an individual, team or organisational level, starting by significantly improving people’s self-awareness, Insights Discovery can dramatically accelerate effectiveness.
Do you want to improve your people’s soft skills? Helping them flex, adapt and communicate with others so you create a thriving, innovative and productive workplace?
Insights Discovery is a simple, practical and memorable four colour model which, accompanied by a personal profile, helps people understand more about themselves and others. A strong foundation for effective teamwork and high performance.
The benefits of using Insights Discovery include:
How does it work?
Every person has all four ‘colour energies’ within them; it is the combination of these energies which creates each unique personality. Our colour energies refer to a set of characteristics that explain how you prefer to respond, think and act. Your most natural way to be.
The colour preferences are measured by an easy to complete online evaluator. We turn this into a personal profile that is all about you and that identifies your strengths and possible development areas.
Insights Discovery can be a core foundation of your learning and development. We can help you customise its use to create the best solutions for your business issues on an individual, team or organisational level.
Everyone's Profile is Unique
Everyone receives a unique and in-depth Insights Discovery Personal Profile, which is the core of a host of different learning experiences – from individual coaching sessions, to e-learning to group workshops. Using the profiles as a springboard, we work with your people, teams and leaders to tackle the challenges that are standing between them and peak performance, such as effective communication, management styles, sales performance and finding an environment that inspires them to do their best work.
Key chapters of the Insights Discovery Personal Profile can include:
- Strengths, weaknesses and value to the team
- Management – how you like to manage and be managed
- Communication style
- Sales effectiveness
- Creating your ideal working environment
Becoming an Insights Practitioner
Being accredited as an Insights Practitioner means you can use Insights Discovery in your workshops and coaching within your own organisation or business.
It allows you to incorporate the colour language into your day-to-day operations as a learning and development or HR professional, creating solutions to specific business challenges of your organisation. The four day accreditation programme will teach you everything you need to know about Insights Discovery and how to apply it to your organisation.
Further information about the Insights Discovery Profile
Each profile includes the Foundation Chapter and can be extended with the additional Chapters which support ongoing learning and development across a range of specialised areas.
Introduces you to your personal style and approach, key strengths and weaknesses, value to the team, preferred communication style, possible blind spots, opposite type and suggestions for your development.
This chapter is a valuable inclusion within a leadership, team or management development programme. It enables managers to consider their own management style as well as the needs of those they manage in terms of motivation, working environment and preferred style of leadership.
Personal Achievement Chapter
This chapter leads you from an initial understanding of your self towards an exploration of how you can grow and improve in specific areas of personal achievement such as time management, creativity and goal setting. The chapter can form an integral part of a personal effectiveness or coaching programme.
Effective Selling Chapter
This chapter explores individual approaches towards selling and influencing at each stage of the sale from preparation to follow-through. It can be customised or linked to your in-house sales model or process.
This chapter is a one-page supplement providing pertinent questions to assist in the selection process. The questions probe and stretch the candidate, raising levels of self-awareness and identifying areas of strength and areas for development.