Measure Your People Acuity
The People Acuity Index is the only validated measure of People Acuity in the world. It measures the core drivers for each of the four spheres of influence and engagement.
People Acuity Index Scales
A learned skill that allows you to create aliveness at work, and to enthusiastically enroll your own heart and mind in your work experience.
How you see the relationships within the team, and how willing you are to work to create strong, complementary relationships.
Willingness to create self-accountability, including taking responsibility for your own needs and balancing them with others around you.
A learned skill that empowers you to effectively balance the confidence and the vulnerability necessary for high-trust work relationships.
Self Acuity and Influence
Seeing where you are strong and weak, what you need to be at your best, what triggers your strengths into weaknesses, and how to use your own resources to create optimal energy and performance
Others Acuity and Influence
Seeing and inviting others’ contributions to complement your weaknesses and create effective outcomes, recognizing what others need and how they are triggered and how to help them use their own resources to recover during frustration
Situational Acuity and Influence
Seeing what is most important in your work situations and how to organize your work to optimally leverage your resources to create the best possible work outcomes.
People Acuity Index for
Teams and Organizations
The People Acuity Index team and organizational reports provide important feedback about the alignment and strength of your corporate culture. The stronger your corporate culture, the better prepared individuals are to hold themselves accountable, navigate stress and change, and the more likely you are to be able to work effectively together to accomplish important shared outcomes. The team and organization reports aggregate and analyze individual team members’ results, providing actionable results while maintaining anonymity. These reports can also reveal important changes over time.
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