Winslow Research Behavior Assessment Systems
Something that I believe is extremely valuable to individuals and businesses alike are behavior assessments. For individuals, it is an extremely valuable tool for personal development. Knowing your personal strengths and weaknesses allows you to recognize and make changes to your strong, and not so strong, character traits.
For businesses, hiring, training and retention of key employees is one of the most important, if not the most important, decisions business owners and executives have to make. A detailed behavior assessment allows you to know in advance what character traits the potential employee has. Hiring the right people and not hiring the wrong people is one of the easiest ways to build a strong, successful business.
The Winslow Research Institute's assessment system is the most detailed and accurate I have ever found. I have completed many of these tests over the years and Winslow Research is the best I have found.
The Winslow Research Institute has assessed the personality of tens of thousands of people all over the world. In fact, the program has been successfully employed by the National Hockey, Football and Basketball Leagues; sixteen Olympic National Teams including the 1980 Olympic Gold Medal Hockey Team - on which the movie "Miracle" was based, and in which our assessment program was mentioned 3 times; over 500 colleges; and by all of Major League Baseball for the last 37 years. Our long-time clients in the corporate world include such notable organizations as Oracle Corporation, Franklin Covey, Zig Ziglar, Jack Canfield, Denis Waitley International, Bay Area Rapid Transit and numerous other firms.
I work with Tony DiRico, owner of Profit Hunters, in marketing, coaching and evaluating the Winslow research Institute's assessments. Tony has an extensive background working with the Winslow Assessments and the people who complete the assessments. He is an extremely valuable resource to me and for anyone taking the assessment for any reason.
Profit Hunters Tony DiRico
Winslow Research Institute