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Intimacy refers to the how much

Date Taken Through Drake P3 on 31st December, 2000

Drake P3 is a user friendly behavioural assessment tool which can be completed online in less than fifteen minutes. The tool features four expert modules that can be applied throughout the employee lifecycle.

 Summary
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Steven, you are an attentive and perceptive listener. You tend to be sensitive to other peopleís feelings. When speaking, you avoid conflict by choosing your words carefully. You are especially skilful at maintaining harmony. Your style of persuasion is diplomatic and tactful.
 Communication
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Also, Steven, you use diplomatic tone in order to work peacefully with people. You do not intimidate others and, in turn, you do not appreciate verbal intimidation. Your style of communication is easy-going and indirect. You express yourself in a calm, caring and consistent manner. Steven, you feel that cooperation and teamwork are very important, and you set clear time frames to complete projects. You plan actions carefully, allow for time considerations, and maintain harmonious relations with colleagues. You function best when reporting to a strong leader. You are good at prioritising work, establishing routines, and getting things done on time.

 Conscientiousness
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You are able to identify with the requirements for self-discipline, achievement orientation, and thoroughness in your work. You recognise the necessity of fulfilling specific goals and obligations. You appreciate the importance of planning and organisation, even though your natural inclinations are for non-detailed, strategic thinking. Your ability to focus on a specific task is above average. Your positive personal motivation usually contributes to your achievements.

 Motivation
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Motivation Needs:

Steven, you tend to be motivated when your personal efforts contribute to overall organisational goals. You prefer that your organisationís structure be secure and steady. You desire to work in an environment distinguished by teamwork and compatibility. You are most productive in a harmonious, cooperative, and stable work environment. You respond positively when encouraged to use creativity in projects, and when there are no sudden changes in pace and workload.

 

You can be de-motivated if excessive pressure is exerted on you at the last minute. Personality conflicts among co-workers can negatively impact your productivity. You may be less motivated in environments of rapid or sudden change. You can be frustrated by unrealistic expectations, or by frequent interruptions.

Primary Motivations:

  • An environment where there is harmony and cooperation
  • A minimum of conflicts and a steady, stable structure.
  • A pace set for you with no sudden or abrupt changes.
  • Forewarning of changes so that there is sufficient time to adjust.
  • Encouragement in regard to creativity.
  • Knowing how your personal efforts contribute to overall goals.
  • Validation of self-worth.

Primary De-motivation:

  • Constantly pressured at the last minute.
  • There are too many personality conflicts
  • There are too many sudden changes.
  • Expectations are too high and/or not clear.

 

 Emotional Intelligence
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Steven, your responses indicate that your Emotional Intelligence is exceptionally well developed. You tend to understand the emotional makeup of others, and to accurately sense what other people are feeling. Because you find it easy to see the world from another personís perspective, it is likely you associate with a diverse group of people. You work for reasons beyond money or status. It is likely that you are proficient in both maintaining relationships and networking. You think before speaking, and form carefully considered judgements about people and situations. Furthermore, you are aware of the impact of your emotions on others.