Assessments

Assessments

Without research and assessment it is difficult to make smart decisions. At Partners in Law Enforcement we believe assessments to be the breakfast of champions, the key ingredient to helping smart people work smarter.

assessmentAt Partners in Law Enforcement we believe assessments to be the breakfast of champions, the key ingredient to helping smart people work smarter.  Without research and assessment it is difficult to make smart decisions.  The Partners in Law Enforcement product line is based on research and assessment.  We have some of the best change products available to individuals and to organizations, but our recommendation of any of our products is always based on assessment.  Without assessment we cannot really know what you need.

We are strong advocates of assessment.  It can be used for many reasons; however, at Partners in Law Enforcement our assessment model includes three key services:

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Organizational Auditing

We use this form of assessment to determine a company’s needs or problems so we can recommend products and solutions that will be most helpful and meaningful in bringing about the required organizational results.  We have a series of instruments we use for this purpose depending on the type of organization and its needs.

360° Assessments

We use 360° assessments to help you and your organization make friendly changes. The intent of a 360° Assessment is to get a complete picture of how people perceive you or your company.  Of course, 360° refers to a global view coming from different angles.  Discovering information about yourself and/or your organization is often very helpful in bringing about friendly change.   We use several 360° assessments.

Impact Analysis

We use impact analysis assessments to determine how effectively workshops and change approaches are helping individuals and organizations.  We have developed a special impact analysis process that we use and teach others to use to determine if the learning and change approaches are truly having organizational impact.

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