This is an abbreviated version of an iWAM Reference Comparison Report. It compares an individual to the model of reference developed for a particular function (here: a particular type of manager for an investment bank). This demo report only shows 7 of the 48 variables that the iWAM measures. The number of variables displayed can be customized.

KEY: A person's score can fall into one of 4 zones: Green, Orange, Red, or Grey. If a person falls into the green zone, they are a match with the reference model. A person in the orange zone is just outside of the ideal range, but can probably be coached to overcome challenges in this area. Someone with a score in the red zone is a clear mismatch in this category. The grey zone indicates an inconclusive score, or a score without any positive or negative implication.

 

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Report for: Alfred Nobel for Manager Isaac Newton

 

 
This person falls into the green zone for the following attitude elements.

                               
    OF2P  93%
    Goal Orientation: A person that scores high considers goals important. A person that scores low thinks of goals as unimportant.
                                 
    OF3P  75%
    Individual Motives: Persons that score high will decide for themselves, have an internal frame of reference. People that score low do not consider taking their own decisions as being important. It doesn't motivate them.
This person falls into the orange zone for the following attitude elements.
                               
    OF1P  68%
    Initiation: A person with a high score wants immediate action. A person with a low score considers taking action as less important.
                                 
    OF4P  87%
    Alternatives: A person that scores high will always be seeking other ways. A person that score low will be less motivated by finding other options.

This person falls into the red zone for the following attitude elements.

                                 
    OF1M  12%
    Reflecting & Patience: A person with a high score tends to think things through.A person with a low score has a limited amount of patience.
                               
    OF2M  0%
    Problem Solving: A person that scores high is focussed on problems that may arise and is motivated by getting them out of the way. A person that scores low may be demotivated by having to tackle problems.

This person falls into the grey zone for the following attitude elements.

                               
    OF3M  18%
    External Reference: Persons that score high will want feedback and want to have other people's opinion before deciding. Persons that score low do not need other's input. It may be even be demotivating to them.

 
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