How well do you know yourself?
The Insights Discovery model is based on the work of Carl Jung. It has gained worldwide recognition over more than 30 years of application. It can be used for individuals or teams, and is particularly effective when used in conjunction with coaching.
The power of personalised feedback, conducted in a confidential setting, builds on the strength of the Discovery model, which is accredited by the British Psychological Society. Using the report framework clients are able to explore and gain understanding of how they respond to stress, and deal with colleagues of different behavioural styles. They may also recognise why family members behave as they do!
Discovery and Coaching
If Discovery is used as part of a coaching programme, it can serve as a powerful foundation for the client to help them improve their day to day performance. Following the initial feedback session we work with our clients, and support them in achieving their personal goals. The language of ‘colour energies’ is a simple but powerful way of engaging with day to day issues of decision making, resolving conflict, and providing effective leadership.
Clients take a short questionnaire, which produces a personalised report. The report highlights your preferred behaviours and also explores the difference between your conscious and less conscious personas.
The feedback process is confidential and often provokes comments like “this report knows me better than I know myself”.
As well as raising awareness of self, the feedback process also explores a client’s working relationship with others in their team.
Using Insights Discovery with teams
The power of Insights Discovery as part of a team development journey is massive. If a team is already effective, the understanding gained of one another’s motivations and decision making processes enables their performance levels to be be raised still further.
For a newly formed team, the speed with which colleagues are able to get to know each other and learn how and when to adapt their behaviour in order to connect with others, helps to create a more productive organisational climate.