Skilled employees are the cornerstone of any company's road to excellent results. The competition in finding the best employees is still one of the most important challenges for an organisation, and the employees of a company are increasingly demanding On-the-Job training and personal development possibilities.
Master Person Analysis (MPA) is software based and made around a personal profile that provides a clear view of how a person works in different employment situations.
Master Person Analysis (MPA) is a precise interview guide, where you from the start can concentrate on that which is the most important for the job. You can use MPA for, among other things, recruitment, assessment and development for individuals, employees or managers of all levels. MPA identifies teams, team composition, assessment of small of larger autonomous groups, entire departments or organisations.
Development begins with knowing yourself. This is why Master Person Profile (MPP) is a cornerstone of personal analysis and contains a graphical display of how a person has responded to the relevant personal table.
The personal profile consists of 9 main qualities and 28 supplementing qualities, and in this way you can see how a person's typical behaviour will be.
The development tools will help and inspire you in ways to diagnose qualities as well as conflict and developing areas for your managers, employees and teams.
MPA was developed in Denmark in 1981 and is, unlike other profile assessment tools, developed based on a Western European way of thinking.
If we use the profile for manager development...:
WE FOCUS ON:
- Appearing as a management group and not a group of managers
- Efficient communication and efficient use of each other's resources
- Becoming aware of the group's personal strengths and competencies in order to use these strengths better
- Effort and resources, as well as using each other efficiently from an overall point of view
Following the MPA assessment each manager/employee will know their own profile, which can provide the basis for developing their own personal strengths and development areas.
- As a manager, to be stronger in the communication with other colleagues
- Knowledge of your own influence on other people in a given situation
- Based on the main qualities you will receive personal feedback about yourself in relation to your management role in the organisation. This allows you to consciously use these roles to achieve better results, cooperate better and communicate better.
- The possibility to, knowing other managers' profiles, understand the way they communicate, leading to quick solutions and results.