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4-Player Model Mini-Assessment

This behavioral assessment tool allows you to identify the behavioral stance you use most often when interacting with others

This behavioral assessment tool allows you to identify the behavioral stance you use most often when interacting with others

4-Player Model Mini-Assessment

by Wiley Publishing
4-Player Model Mini-Assessment
4-Player Model Mini-Assessment

What is it about?

This behavioral assessment tool allows you to identify the behavioral stance you use most often when interacting with others. These “Action Modes” (Mover, Follower, Opposer, and Bystander) together with Kantor’s theory of structural dynamics help capture the structure of every human interaction, no matter how complex or distinct. This app will identify your most common Action Modes, assess whether you are “strong,” “weak,” or “stuck” in each, and then provide a personalized report that includes guidance on how to improve your interactions, leverage your strengths and limit your weaknesses.

4-Player Model Mini-Assessment

App Details

Version
1.4
Rating
(2)
Size
9Mb
Genre
Business Education
Last updated
August 12, 2013
Release date
April 19, 2012

App Store Description

This behavioral assessment tool allows you to identify the behavioral stance you use most often when interacting with others. These “Action Modes” (Mover, Follower, Opposer, and Bystander) together with Kantor’s theory of structural dynamics help capture the structure of every human interaction, no matter how complex or distinct. This app will identify your most common Action Modes, assess whether you are “strong,” “weak,” or “stuck” in each, and then provide a personalized report that includes guidance on how to improve your interactions, leverage your strengths and limit your weaknesses.

Features include: an assessment with real-time scoring, a personalized report that can be sent via email, an Action Modes FAQ, and the ability to share the app via social media.

This assessment is based on research by renowned systems psychologist, organizational consultant, and clinical researcher, David Kantor, Ph.D., who is the author of the book, Reading the Room: Group Dynamics for Coaches and Leaders.