Our technical reports provide documentation of the process, progress and updated results of our ongoing assessment improvement. All of this is done with the goal of going beyond the requirements of the day-to-day user and making our tools defensible when viewed by assessment experts.
One human quality that is both rewarding and at the same time frustrating, is our ability to make connections and draw conclusions. So, when I saw a book titled “Triggers”, I immediately pictured a book that would allow me to identify those handful of annoying occurrences that regularly cause negative reactions.
As each of us, either as workers or business owners, face the growing need for social distancing as a part of our daily lives, it seems appropriate to provide the tools that can help both the employer and the employee engage in ways that benefit everyone involved.
A lesser-known way to use TriMetrix DNA -- have it be a guide to writing letters of recommendation.
It’s all about the me-me conflict