Identify individual strengths and
reveal areas for improvement
Sandler Training offers a series of assessment tools that not only examine core competencies necessary for success, but also examine the way people think, behave and apply skills in the work environment.
Extended DISC® is a behavioral assessment tool that will help you to build team communications and effectiveness. With this assessment, executives and managers can make better decisions about their employees, teams and organizations. You will learn more about yourself and the people in your business world.
We provide growing companies with the most timely and accurate insights for growing sales, profits and market share. You'll learn which of your existing salespeople could be performing two, three or even four times better. You'll discover what you must do in order to help those people achieve their potential. You'll understand which of your people won't ever perform any better than they do right now and why.
"Is this the right person in the right job?" "Do they have the skills and attitudes to do the job?"
CoreDevelop™ Devine Inventory assessment provides a detailed summary of the degree to which a candidate's assessment results match the job success profile. Results are presented graphically on a range of key behaviors that suggest whether the candidate would be an appropriate fit or not.
CoreDevelop™ Devine Inventory also provides follow-up interview questions that help the hiring manager determine whether certain "low-scoring" behaviors are caused by hard-wired behaviors of the candidate, cultural influences or transitory life circumstances.
"Will they get what the company needs from its employees?"
We measure the 33 behaviors that exist in your manager, those behaviors we look for in them that gives them the ability to be in a highly competitive environment and thrive. Aggressiveness, their authority relationships, their communication skills, their concentration, their ability to deal with conflict management, creativeness, decisiveness, detail-mindedness, negotiating, response to change, social ability, task completion, time competency and listening are just some of the behaviors we look for in our managers and measure those behaviors relative to the most successful people in the world over the last 30 years.