Like the iWAM version, the VSQ Team Comparison Report compares people side-by-side with a graph for each pattern. The sample below is for just one pattern, Universalism. For each pattern, the graph explains what is measured and what a high/low score means.


Universalism A person with a high score accepts rules as absolute, and prefers to follow rules. This person likes to work in a formal way, such as using contracts. This person tries to be consistent, and treat everyone the same way. A person with a low score may not like to generalize or apply the same rules to everyone.
P.E.M.  X                  -28% 
T.B.        X            66% 
I.I.B.    X                9% 
S.V.       X             47% 
           65% (AVG:23%)


Top Row

  • "U1" - This is the code name for Universalism. Each pattern will have a different code.
  • Black Bar - This is the range of scores for the standard group. This black bar is important because it shows you how people compare to the standard scores. The one grey bar above the black bar represents the average score for the standard group.

Middle Rows

  • Initials - These are the initials of the test takers. You can use the team comparison to compare a few people, dozens of people, or more.
  • X - The "X" indicates that individual's score on this particular pattern.
  • Percentages - The percentages on the right side indicate how each person scored in relation to the standard group. This can be confusing at first, but just remember that 0 - 100 is the acceptable range of scores. Below 0% would be too low, and above 100% would be excessively high. You can see that only one score fell out of the standard group's range (P.E.M. with -28%).

Bottom Row

  • Grey Bar - The grey bar is the typical range of scores for these team members. It's like the standard group, but just for the people listed here. You can see that most of the scores fall into this range. The small black bar on top of the grey bar indicates the average score for the people listed here.
  • Percentages - The percentage on the left of the bottom row is the lowest score of a person on this list. The percentage on the right is the highest score. As usual, the parcentages are in relation to the standard group. This group has a range to -18% to 65% (with an average score of 23%), so we can conclude that this group is slightly less focused on Universlism than the standard group.

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last modified: 2019/Feb/02 21:04 UTC