Personal Talent Skills Inventory
Why Use Personal Talent Skills Inventory?
Because this assessment delivers an in-depth understanding of your cognitive structure (i.e. your thought process), which is the link to developing personal potential and performance. In order to realise your potential, you first need to understand what you are actually capable of - that is where the Personal Talent Skills Inventory (PTSI) comes in. PTSI helps individuals to be more effective in their personal and professional lives by revealing who they are across three dimensions of thought processes.
Everyone's brain has a unique thought process or model, through which we filter and assess our views of the world. These patterns of thought determine the personal talents we bring to any situation or role. Therefore, understanding the patterns enables us to understand our potential.
“In order to realise your potential, you first need to understand what you are actually capable of - that is where the PTSI comes in. The PTSI helps individuals to be more effective in their personal and professional lives.”
What is Personal Talent Skills Inventory?
The PTSI is based on the mathematical science of Axiology. Axiology was developed by Robert S. Hartman whose research showed that there are three ways we perceive and assign value. By understanding a person’s clarity and focus in each of these thought processes, we can accurately measure their natural talents.
"Our personal talents shape the tasks we find easy and the tasks that require more concentration and focus!"
For example some people are very strong practical thinkers, making connections between cause and effect quickly. While others might be strong in identifying with and understanding others' strengths, limits, feelings etc. These talents shape the tasks we find easy and the tasks that require more concentration and focus.
For example, consider an internet connection. For the talents in which we are strong, we can process lots of data quickly (like a fast internet connection). For the actions we find more challenging, we can still process them, but a little slower (like a dial up connection). The PTSI measures the connection speed of our connection across 67 different personal talents.
The PTSI achieves its incredible accuracy by assessing a person’s clarity and focus in these three separate dimensions of thought:
Systemic: Definitions, structure and order. Extrinsic: Comparisons, practicality and usefulness. Intrinsic: Feelings, emotions and individuality.
People use each of the three dimensions in varying degrees; however, all are used in the process of making a decision. These differing perceptions define how we think and make decisions. This unique pattern of thinking provide us with the natural talents that develop as a result.
"The PTSI is backed by more than 40 years of research, and its main researcher, Robert Hartman, was nominated for a Nobel Prize for his work!"
The PTSI is backed by more than 40 years of research, and its main researcher, Robert Hartman, was nominated for a Nobel Prize for his work. The assessment we use today has been validated in over 28 individual validation studies, conducted by 19 different examiners. The results speak for themselves!
For more information about Hartman and his work visit The Hartman Institute.
Personal Talent Skills Inventory Profiles
As the Australasian Master Distributor for the TTI Success Insights Suite of assessments, DTS is proud to offer access to our patented Internet Delivery System (IDS). This web-based system allows you to produce and manage all the PTSI profiles for your organisation from any device, anywhere, anytime.
"With our Internet Delivery System, produce and manage your PTSI profiles from any device, anywhere, anytime."
Different versions of the PTSI report are available to suit varying needs and roles. To see some examples, check out the "Downloads" section on the right panel.
Not sure which profile is right for your needs? Our expert team is always on hand to help you choose the most appropriate profiles and provide suggestions on how to use them!
Get Personal Talent Skills Inventory Accreditated
Become a Certified PTSI Practitioner by attending our TriMetrix Accreditation. The TriMetrix Accreditation provides you with the knowledge, resources and support you need to effectively apply the PTSI model in your organisation.
Or discover the power of multiple accreditations by booking our Science of Self Accreditation.
Combo and Other Assessments
The Success Insights Suite includes specially-designed combinations of tools that complement and build on one another, giving you the ability to blend across different aspects of human interactions in your line of work.
With a combination of assessments, you will be better prepared for different organisational challenges, have an integrated knowledge of unique human differences and enjoy the maximum benefit of your investment.
Try an Online Report Free
The PTSI Assessment involves taking a quiet 10 minute questionnaire online. Once complete, respondents will receive up to a 17-page, personalised report on their personal talents and how to effectively apply them. Try one for yourself today by completing the form below.
To discuss your assessment and profiling needs, give our friendly team a call on 02 9360 5111 or email email@example.com
Measures Patterns of Thought
Only Takes 10 Minutes
Provides Feedback on 67 Personal Talents
Practical Application Focused
Researched and Validated
Flexible – Has Many Uses
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