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Socio-Cultural Style Profile
Individual Assessment Report
Name: Jason Doe
Prepared for: Anonymous Organization
Date: 2011-12-07
Position:   n/a
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Introduction
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Background

The Lantern™ Socio-Cultural Style (SCS) Profile identifies a person's core values, strengths, and behavioral style. 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 drivers, these values are what a person desires most and strives to attain. Additionally, people prefer to work in environments that align with their style and with people who share their values. When there is a mismatch in these areas, performance suffers, employees are less engaged, and the likelihood of departure is far greater. An SCS profile is the result of a person's character as well as their experiences and decisions throughout their life. Although a profile is usually 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 values or environmental conditions.

Based on the Lantern™ Culture and Values model, the SCS Assessment measures a comprehensive inventory of values, strengths, interests, and emotions. The following report summarizes an individual’s profile based upon their responses to the SCS Assessment survey and outlines some important implications.

How to use this information

This report can be used in a number of different ways. First, it can be used to evaluate how well an individual fits into the current and future culture of an organization and the cultural strengths and risks they bring. Second, it can be used to compare the profile of a candidate and their future manager and team. Finally, it can be used to predict an individual’s fit with a specific job role.

In addition, once a candidate is selected and joins an organization, this profile is helpful in informing development needs and identifying their unique strengths that should be leveraged and emphasized.

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SCS Profile Summary

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Glance

Jason Doe's socio-cultural style is characterized by a dominant drive for pleasure and learning followed by a desire for socializing. This profile indicates that Jason Doe will emphasize individual contributions and needs over those of the group and may find it challenging to work in more team-based settings.

If hired by Anonymous Organization, Jason Doe will bring an emphasis to values that are important to Anonymous Organization's future culture. Jason Doe is a low risk hire.

pleasure
The desire for fun, enjoyment, and excitement. Individuals with this drive are in tune with their instincts and are generally unrestrained.
learning
A need for self-direction, self-expression, and free thought. Often expressed through curiosity, creativity, originality, and inquisitiveness.
social
A drive for affiliation and connection with other people. This value is often expressed through warmth, kindness, selflessness, and desire for the wellbeing those closest to us.
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Fitness Profile
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PERSONAL STATEMENT

Not everything that can be counted counts, and not everything that counts can be counted - Einstein

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SCS Profile Details
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Degree of Fit with Team culture.
A good fit here is important for a successful hire. This shows how easily the candidate will fit with the people they will work with every day.
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A good fit here is important for your organization's future culture development. This shows how similar the candidate is to your organization's future culture.
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Degree of Fit with Current culture.
A good fit here is important for positions that work with many different teams within your organization. This shows how similar the candidate is to the culture of your organization as a whole.