The SDI 2.0 includes valid and reliable assessment tools that help you discover and influence the motives that drive behaviors. These tools provide valuable insights and a proven learning method that people can actually use to develop better leaders, build more effective teams, and reduce the growing costs of conflict. Unlike the DISK or MBTI which measure behavior traits, the SDI measures motivations of a person which leads to deeper understanding and also has significant theological implications for discipleship. Consentia Group is a discounted distributor of assessments to ministries and non-profits, offering significant discounted certifications to users.
The Missing Link
Our assessments provide a link between leadership and organizational performance. Research suggests that relationships, while often considered a “soft” skill, actually play a direct role in organizational and team performance. New goals, different team members, and changing roles, structures, and accountabilities are realities in today’s ministries that generate stress, conflict, and other relationship issues at all levels of the ministry. Faulty relationships often result in conflict that impacts every aspect of a life – from board and pastoral relations, to membership interaction and teams, as well as marriages and children.
Conflict impacts leaders, teams, and individuals, and frequently is the underlying cause of the typical issues that arise in today’s church and ministry settings. Studies show that more than 65 percent of performance issues result from strained relationships – up, down, and across the organization. It is not the lack of knowledge, skills, or motivation, but the mismanagement of relationships that creates the greatest cost to organizations and ministries.
The SDI 2.0 addresses the root causes of these issues so that people can make meaningful, sustainable changes in how they lead and work with each other.
You’re Speaking My Language!
The SDI 2.0 is available in 26 languages, but what’s more impressive is the language these tools teach. When it comes to relationships, everyone speaks a slightly different “motivational language.” The SDI helps you understand your language and the languages other people speak – as well as how those languages change during conflict – so you can more effectively work with people.
When you understand someone’s motivational language – what really matters to them and, more importantly, why it matters – then your differences fade and empathy grows. It’s a recipe for better choices – at home, in the community, at work, or wherever you interact with people. That drives stronger performance among teams and better results.
Suite of Tools
By understanding why people do or say things in certain situations, we can make better decisions and avoid or deal with unproductive conflict more effectively. The SDI has the tools needed to develop better leaders, build more effective teams, and assist families to reduce the costs of conflict.
The Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI) helps people understand themselves by helping them understand the motives that drive their behaviors in two different conditions — when things are going well and when they face conflict. By increasing self-awareness and interpersonal awareness, it increases personal effectiveness and interpersonal effectiveness.
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The Strengths Portrait ranks how a person values and uses 28 unique strengths (or behaviors) to produce a picture of how they choose certain behaviors when working with people.
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The Overdone Strengths Portrait ranks how frequently a person may overdo the 28 different strengths (our unique perspective on what most would call “weaknesses”). This provides insight into the costs of overdone strengths and reveals sources of preventable conflict.
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