Working Remotely POP™
Predictor of Potential

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Working Remotely POP™








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Predictive Snapshot
Overall Suitability
Results Orientation

Performance / Goal OrientedPeople / Process
Professional Fit

Competitive / AssertiveCompliant / Acquiescent
Decision Making

Quick / DecisiveMethodical
Feedback Style

Only if NecessaryEnjoys / Solicits

Working Remotely Suitability

Self Management

Need for Structure

E-Learning Orientation

Working Remotely Background
Predictive Snapshot

Proceed with Caution

Extremely ResilientGrowth Opportunity

Highly AdaptableGrowth Opportunity
Motivational Mix

Challenge / ResultsPeople / Service

Sense of Urgency

Comfort with Conflict

Comfortable with ConflictAvoids Conflict
People Orientation

Learning Agility

AnalyticalLearns Essentials
Working Remotely Background
1. How long have you worked remotely full-time (3-5 days per week)?More than 5 years
2. How long have you worked remotely part-time (less than 3 times per week)?Never worked remotely part-time
3. Please indicate what facilities you have available in your remote location.
d. Computer/Laptop less than 3 years oldExclusive to my use
e. Reliable and secure internet connectionYes
4. Please rate your level of expertise in each of following:
   a. Mac OSNone
   b. WindowsExcellent
   c. WordExcellent
   d. OutlookExcellent
   e. ExcelLimited
   f. PowerPointAbove Average
Working Remotely Background
   g. Internet Browser (e.g., Chrome/Safari/FireFox);Above Average
   h. E-Learning CoursesLimited
   i. LMS Learning Management SystemsNone
   j. Video Conferencing (e.g., Zoom, Skype)Above Average
   k. Collaborative Tools (e.g., Slack, Github)Limited
   l. Remote Connecting (e.g., TeamViewer, RDP)Above Average
   m. Customer Relationship Management Systems (e.g., Salesforce)None
Coaching Remotely Tips
Based on the Enterprising Potential (E.P.) Results
This individual prefers to follow established processes, and responds best when there is an external source of guidance and reinforcement. As such, it will be important to help them establish as much of a routine and structure as possible when working remotely.
Based on the Achievement Potential (A.P.) Results
This individual could become bored with a job that is repetitious even if the outcome of the job is a good income. To stay with you in the long run, this individual will have to be challenged by both the performance demands of the job and by a requirement to develop new and creative business or personal opportunities for themselves.
Based on the Independence Potential (I.P.) Results
This individual will prefer frequent feedback and support from their manager. Without it, they will likely become frustrated and feel as though they have been abandoned by the company. Try to help them establish some structure and routine, which will help mimic the on-site work experience a little more.
Based on the People Orientation (P.O.) Results
Since this individual gets some satisfaction out of people contact, suggest virtual coffee / lunch meetings with other colleagues as a way of staying connected. Regular company meetings and town halls are other ways of keeping your employees engaged.
Based on the Investigative Orientation (INV.) Results
This individual is very analytical and curious. Ensure that you are providing them with ample learning and growth opportunities and be very thorough in how you communicate with them remotely.

The number one competency for working remotely is self management. Click on the following links for an introduction to our Self Management training programs or contact your self management consultant.

Principles of Self Management
Remote Coaching programs
Emotional Intelligence

EQ Definition: The ability to understand and apply emotional information about ourselves and others effectively.

SELF AWARENESS I: MOOD LABELING – A measure of a person's ability to accurately label personal feelings and emotions.
Labels feelings and emotions as they are happeningDoes not label feelings and emotions as they are happening
SELF AWARENESS II: MOOD MONITORING – A measure of the amount of energy a person puts forth in monitoring his/her own feelings and emotions.
High monitoringOptimal monitoringLow monitoring
SELF CONTROL – A measure of a person's restraint as it relates to one's control over his/her impulses, emotions, and/or desires.
Demonstrates good self controlLow control over impulses and negative emotions
MANAGING EMOTIONAL INFLUENCES – A measure of a person's ability to manage emotional influences that would prevent him/her from taking those actions that he/she believes are necessary in dealing effectively with everyday situations and/or meeting personal goals.
PerseveresFocus can change
EMPATHY – A measure of a person's ability to understand the feelings and emotions of others.
Recognizes emotions in othersLow awareness of emotions of others
SOCIAL JUDGEMENT – A measure of a person's ability to make appropriate decisions in social situations based on the emotional states of others.
Uses knowledge of the emotions of others in decision-makingDoes not factor in the emotions of others in decision-making
OVERALL – An overall measure of how well a person understands emotional information and uses it effectively.
Understands & uses emotional informationRelies on non-emotional information
Summary of Scores
Enterprising Potential (EP)=-8
Achievement Potential (AP)=10
$ and/or ChallengePeople and serviceSafety and security
Independence Potential (IP)=-6
Very independentIndependence-orientedTeam-orientedVery team-oriented
Comfort with Conflict (CWC)=-5
Comfortable with conflictAverageAvoids conflict
Emotional Quotient (EQ)=39
High emotional awarenessReliance on non-emotional information

Communication Style
People Orientation (PO)=5
Outgoing/personableBuilds relationships gradually
Analytical Orientation (AO)=3
Highly analyticalLearns only what is necessary

Self Directed (SD)=4
Lifestyle Management (LM)=5
Listening Style (LS)=13
Uncertainty Coefficient (UC)=32

Candidate Feedback Report

Working Remotely POP™
Predictor of Potential

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Thank you for taking the time to complete the POP™.

The following information identifies several of your personal strengths that are important to your career planning. The objective of the POP™ is to match you to the "best fit" position that will capitalize on your strengths and maximize your chances for a successful, rewarding career.

John C. Marshall, Ph.D.
Candidate Feedback Report
Personal Strengths / Career Needs
In Terms of Enterprising vs. Support Role Possibilities
You can be described as being a goal-oriented person within a well-structured and well-defined situation. You appear to be quite accepting, agreeable, considerate, mild-mannered and cautious in any less-clearly-defined work or personal situations. Given a requirement or objective and a plan of how to reach the objective, you can be depended upon to work diligently to achieve the stated goals. Your talents can probably be best expressed in the service or support aspects of a company.
In Terms of Your Style & Strength of Various Motivations
People see you as being an achieving person, one who can be quite hard-driving, eager, active and occasionally impatient. Challenge for you can involve doing some things simply because they are demanding, and many things because they have a concrete financial reward. You occasionally accept a challenge because it has a people-oriented element to it. Financial rewards are important to you, but sometimes you direct your energies toward things that have no payoff for you, but that have this people-oriented focus. You evaluate how well you are doing in life and in your career by what you accomplish, by how you feel about yourself and by the good you have done for others.
In Terms of Your Independence vs. Your Need to Be in the Team
You can be described as quite cooperative, obliging, efficient, conscientious, painstaking and team-oriented. Generally, you are easy on others and quite accepting of supervision. You would be a good company person, working well within a variety of group settings. Security and stability are working conditions you value and desire in a job.
In Terms of Your Orientation Toward the “People” Side of Business
You can be described as quite sociable, enthusiastic, cheerful, genial and outgoing. You enjoy personal relationships and interactions, and would make a good company representative in terms of customer satisfaction, and personal and company public image. You value initial and ongoing interpersonal relationships.
In Terms of Your Orientation Toward Technical & Practical Concerns
You can be described as quite logical, reflective, analytical, factual and practical. A job requiring the solving of intellectual or conceptual problems would stimulate someone like you. You have a flair for technically-oriented, detailed work. Taking on challenges to learn and use new information in a field that interests you would be rewarding in itself.
Candidate Feedback Report
What To Seek / What To Avoid In Jobs
What Should You Look for In a Job/Career that Matches You Best?
One major requirement of the best job for you is that the organization have an established work objective and detailed work plan; preferably one that uses your ability to fit and follow the existing structure, in an ongoing service or support role.
Look for a career path that has the opportunity for you to undertake important challenges that will reward you financially, allow you prove yourself and your worth and that also have real social value.
You should look for a stable job in an established work environment. Your preference should be to work within a recognized team-type situation. For even greater job satisfaction, you should find a company that you can identify with and respect for their products and services.
You should look for employment that provides you with “people” contact or some public relations opportunities. You derive satisfaction from interaction with other people in both personal and work environments.
A job with some learning and technical requirements would be quite satisfying. The opportunity to be creative and to put your new-found knowledge into action would also be appealing to you.
Candidate Feedback Report
What To Seek / What To Avoid In Jobs
What Should You Avoid in Jobs/Careers that Don't Match You?
Avoid employment in an environment that is unstructured or that appears to be disorganized. If the position requires you to be responsible for both the planning and action aspects of the job, it may not be the job that will make the best use of your special strengths.
Avoid positions that are essentially non-challenging and repetitive or that you determine are without real social merit. Even some apparently strongly challenging kinds of jobs may not satisfy you if they lack real human values in their purpose.
Avoid work environments that have poor or very inexperienced supervision, and those that demand an intense level of independence and/or a high demand to work essentially on your own all the time.
You should avoid employment in jobs that have only limited feedback from others. You should also not be in situations that isolate you from others.
You should avoid jobs that are not intellectually challenging, creative and those that do not offer a chance for personal growth in a technical or practical sense.