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GAPPS4 Individual Comparison Example

GAPPS4 Individual Comparison Example

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Published by Dr John Kenworthy
GAPPS4 Example of summary individual comparison (often used for recruitment) showing suggested probing questions for candidates and coaches probing questions - based on each individual's profile.
GAPPS4 Example of summary individual comparison (often used for recruitment) showing suggested probing questions for candidates and coaches probing questions - based on each individual's profile.

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Published by: Dr John Kenworthy on Oct 08, 2011
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Charts used in the report
Summary Charts and bar charts to show strength use atraffic light colouring.
System Version GAPPS4 Team and Recruitment1.03Top green arrow is the Maximum score in the groupThe yellow diamoind represents the average score forthe groupThe grey box represents the benchmark zoneBottom red arrow is the minimum scored in the groupGrey column shows group memberswith this preferenceBlue column shows group memberswith actual behaviour here.Individual Comparitive reports showbars to represent scores against thebenchmark (represented by the midline of the chart)Leadership Roles Reports for Groupsand Recruitment shows the percentageof members who show a particularpreference or behaviour for a teamleadership role.The four box icon is shown onrecruitment reports only. 1 dark boxmeans 1 candidate shows this, 3=3candidates, 4=4 or more candidates.The double arrows represent the range of scores in thegroupYellow bar shows score belowGreen bar shows score aboveGreen bar means strength, yellow,caution, red means weakness for group.Group/Company Reports shows wherethe group scores compared to thebenchmark
zone.For this report : Company/Group Average for Example Tailored Benchamrk
GAPPS4 Individual Comparitive Report
Report for: CELSIM Example
Strictly in ConfidencePlease note that your GAPPS4 Reports show scores against a
successful leadership profile
.Copyright CELSIM All Rights Reservedwww.celsim.comPage 1 of 25
 
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Overall Leadership EffectivenessLeadership Level Dominant Leadership CharacterConjuror 
Adrian's current behaviour in the team suggests:
Preferred Leadership CharacterConqueroPotentialityC++
GAPPS4 Comparitive Profile Report
The following individuals are compared in this report 17%L3
AlexAdrian - CharacterAdrian - CompetenciesAlvinAdamPeterAndrewAlex
The benchmark for all comparisons is: CELSIM Example
AdrianOverall Character fit to Benchmark: -6%
Potentiality: C++Leadership Level: L3
Overall Competency fit to benchmark: -11%
 Adrian is co-operative, averting friction while supporting team mates and isenterprising, quick to explore opportunities. Adrian current role is within current effective zone, can be indicative of comfort incurrent role, can also indicate a stress point where they have revereted to a preferred role
StrengthsExpected Weakness
Adrian is current role is within current effective zone, can be indicative of comfort in currentrole, can also indicate a stress point where they have revereted to a preferred role
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ValuesGoalVisionAlignmentAttitudeInfluence LevelNatureNetworkMotivation LevelOutcomeReviewEvaluation
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Critical Analysis and…
Strategic PerspectiveManaging ResourcesDevelopingSelf AwarenessEncouragingPersuasivenessIntuitiveness
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Probing Questions on Top StrengthsProbing Questions on Key Development Areas
GAPPS4 Comparitive Profile Report
The following individuals are compared in this report 
AdrianPeterAlexAlvin
Give me an example of a bad day at work.Give me an example of successfully influencing someone over whom you haveno authority.How do you ensure that you build the right relationships? Give me an example of making a decision based on incomplete information.How do you gather the information you need to identify and solve a problem? 
AndrewAdamAlex
The benchmark for all comparisons is: CELSIM Example
Self AwarenessCritical Analysis and Judg
Give me an example when you managed your negative feelings.How do you ensure that your team remain motivated? 
AchievingDevelopingEngaging CommunicatioVisionEvaluationMotivation LevelIntuitivenessNetworkInfluence LevelAttitude
How do you select the activities which result in the greatest benefit to your part of the organization? Give me an example of when you have coached a team member.Tell me of a time when you tailored your communications to a diverseaudience.How do you ensure understanding of your vision to all stakeholders? How do you know when you have achieved your goals? 
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