Interaction Effectiveness Assessment®

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Leadership and self-development

Whether you work alone, in a team, at home, or in an organization, chances are you have multiple interactions with others on a daily basis. Improving the quality of those interactions helps you to reduce the stress in your life, become more effective, and opens up the possibilities of achieving even greater goals.

Increase your opportunities for advancement; become a role model for others to emulate; be someone people enjoy spending time with; increase the possibility of having lasting and meaningful friendships; learn to like yourself more and have faith in and realize your potential.


The more individuals know about themselves, how they behave, how they react to difficulty, what their typical behavior patterns are, what behaviors are difficult or strange for them to show, the more helpful you can be as a coach or counselor in helping them become more effective.

When clients understand the underlying problem, and become part of the solution, they will likely be more committed to the help and suggestions you are able to give. Begin with an iea self-assessment to provide both you and your client with invaluable information that will enhance your work together.

Conflict resolution

Trust is the foundation of any productive relationship. Conflict in any relationship is inevitable. How you handle the conflict and manage the relationship is what is important. Learn more about your typical and preferred behavior, particularly in difficult situations. This will help you be proactive, instead of reactive, in difficult situations. Learn to build trust and you will be surprised and pleased with the positive outcomes.


Teamwork unifies diverse people to work well together. Whether your team is co-located, or spread around the globe, maintaining open channels of communication leads to better problem-solving, innovation, and management of stress.

Knowing more about yourself will help you contribute more effectively as both as a leader and member of your team, and help others learn from your example.


Looking for a new job?
Applying for schools where an interview is mandatory?
In a position to hire someone?

The first impression someone has of you may often turn out to be the lasting impression. Can you afford not to be at your best and most authentic when preparing for an interview?

Make certain you are aware of how you interact with others. Learn to soften or avoid potential problem behaviors and build and strengthen others to become more effective.

Talent management

Your people are your most important resources. Can you afford to let them languish without providing development opportunities? Without the possibility of advancement, you might lose your people with the greatest talent.

Investing in your employees will result in improved performance, greater loyalty, continuing job satisfaction. It is too costly to train an employee and lose them to one of your competitors.

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