|Prepared for:||Anonymous Organization|
The SCS (Sociocultural Style) Profile identifies a person’s core values, strengths, and behavioral styles. These aspects of a person are a central part of their identity and strongly influence how they see the world, make decisions and act. As key behavioral drivers, these styles are both what a person desires as well as their ways of achieving these desires. Additionally, people prefer to work in environments that align with their style and with people who share their values. When groups of people have important shared values and compatible styles, performance and satisfaction are much higher.
An SCS profile is the result of a person’s innate character as well as their experiences and decisions throughout life. Although a profile is relatively stable over time, they can and do change in response to important life events or as a result of deliberate actions that cause a change in goals or environmental conditions.
Based on an integrative behavioral model, the SCS Assessment Instrument that you completed measures a comprehensive inventory of values, strengths, interests, and archetypes. The following report summarizes your profile based upon your responses to the the SCS survey and outlines some important implications.
This report can be used in a number of different ways. It can be used to improve self awareness and increase understanding of your unique qualities and perspectives. It can also be helpful as view on how other people perceive you and your actions. Finally, a very good use of this profile is to identify your unique strengths and contributions in order to bring these to bear in your work and in your interactions with other people.
You may not always end up where you thought you were going, but you will always end up where you were meant to be.
Compared to the average scores of your peers, you have HIGHER learning, safety, order, and harmony scores and LOWER results, pleasure, and power scores.
You believe life is all about:
You find the following kinds of people challenging:
Closed Minded, Dictatorial, Over Bearing
Three words or phrases that describe you are:
Accepting, Trusting, Dedicated
Some words your TEAM MEMBERS use to describe themselves:
determined caring passionate thoughtful . focussed trustworthy reliable responsible encouraging committed organised empathetic extroverted loving energetic honest successful driven adaptable considered loyal social dedicated challenging fair hopeful and curious trusting hardworking knowledable open opportunitistic numerate generous genuine confident giving outspoken confidant tenacious understated calm ambitious forthright marketer very high self discipline funny visionary direct future oriented sfae focused charsimatic accepting forgiving strong authentic achievement focussed results driven approachable helpful persistent team and results orientated friendly practical outcomes focussed open minded analytical fun enthusiastic