Our range of reports and workshops
Which report is right for you?
- High Performance Report
- Core Report
- Sales Report
- Safety Report
- 360 Report
- Launch Report
- Recruitment Report
High Performance Report
The High Performance report is most popular with corporate clients. This is our most extensive report and builds on the Core report with sections that look at behaviour in the context of high performance in teams. This high impact report is packed with application visuals. Its layout is designed to flow naturally through a team workshop or individual coaching session giving endless opportunity to apply the information. Whilst retaining the same depth of information, it is more succinct so over fewer pages – an eco win for those who print reports. Our enhanced report speaks directly to behaviours linked to high performing teams. We also map the teams preferences visually on a Colour Wheel showing at a glance the balance, tensions and overall tendencies of a team. Effective in looking at the strengths and preferred communication styles of different members of a team. An individual report using the Core report as its basis, with the addition of 4 sections on behaviour critical to high performance in teams. It is adaptable to teams of any size.
In this report you will find sections on
- Team Contribution
- Areas for Development
- Blind Spots
- Effective Communication
- Ineffective Communication
- Remote Working
- Role Agility
- Ways of Handling Setbacks
- Managing Stress
Set out like a development handbook it provides sections to work through as an individual or in a team. It is our 10 page foundation report and focuses on personal preferences and how you relate to others. Your report consists of a number of sections that are core to who you are and how you relate to others. A team section is also available that focuses on areas of behaviour linked to high performing teams. The Core report is our foundation report and is often used by charities and not for profit organisations.
As with all C-me reports this provides insight into a person’s preferred way of doing things, but has the added benefit of looking at an individual’s likely contribution. Useful in identifying the potential sales strengths within a team. It uses the Core report as its basis, with additional sections on sales contribution and sales improvement areas. It includes a Sales Tendency Predictor to help identify the potential value to the wider sales team. We also have a fundraising focused adaptation of this report, useful for not-for-profit organisations.
This report has additional sections on safety behaviours. The sections on communication also link to safety outcomes. These reports have been used widely and successfully in a number of construction and engineering companies and applied in safety workshops. Enables effective communication which helps improve safety outcomes. It uses the Core report as its basis, with an additional 3 sections on safety behaviours. It includes a strengths and challenges section and also its own Safety Leadership Overview.
A great place to start meaningful conversations. Beneficial for looking at an individual’s expressed behaviour from up to 8 different colleagues’ perspectives. Individuals complete the questionnaire – answering the questions about the participant, not themselves. It uses graphs and colour wheels to plot the feedback along with your own perception of your behaviour. Bespoke questions can also be added to make this a tailored
solution for you and your organisation.
Aimed at the pre-work audience (16+), useful in preparation for interviews, assessment centres, apprenticeships and completing application forms. The language is adapted to make it easier to understand and apply for a younger audience.
A quick 3 page summary report. Ideal for use in recruitment to inform the process and questions at the final stage of interview. Whilst profiling reports aren’t used to measure competence they can help with identifying strengths and also with role and team fit.
Our team wheels allow you to look at the balance or imbalance of your team preferences in a highly visual way. Useful for highlighting individual and team strengths, areas for development, preference diversity and informing future recruitment and team development.
Easy to understand!
We always look for creative ways to display data visually – from colourful graphs, charts, images and even your own bespoke ‘C’ showing your personal colour combination. It’s all about helping you to understand yourself more and then apply C-me effectively – whatever your situation.