At Harrison, we don't like to put people in boxes of any colour or label them.
Harrison measures behavioural tendencies, interests and preferences and we work to identify your key strengths, ideal roles and any potential derailers for individuals and for teams.
Harrison offer a broad range of reports to help you maximise those key strengths, develop for the right roles and find ways to prevent you from being derailed.
As an accredited coach and debriefer for Harrison Assessments, I help guide you through the reports to maximise the benefit for development, identifying the most important areas for each person in their own role and as part of the wider team. Every session is tailored to the individual and together we will create an action plan.
Harrison offers a broad range of developments reports which for individuals includes role placement, performance development, individual development plans, employee engagement, leadership capabilities, and behavioral competency development.
A paradox is two ideas that may appear contradictory but are in fact both true.
“Sometimes less is more”
Harrison focuses on 12 pairs of paradoxical traits. Genuine strength is achieved by having strength in the pair, not just one. If you are strong in only one of the pair this can potentially derail you and understress cause a “Flip” in behaviour.