Organizations are considered as a system of decisions where their members must face the possible alternatives to choose the one that best suits their needs and the resources they possess. Learn how the PDA Assessment facilitates the path in this process.
One of the tools that help to promote leadership in decision making is the PDA Assessment (Personal Development Analysis), an evaluation with a simple, precise and scientifically validated methodology that describes and analyzes the behavioural profile of people.
It is valid to clarify that the PDA Assessment does not qualify behavioural profiles as “good or bad”, but it describes the characteristics of the individual evaluated, in generating a study of compatibility between a person and a position we simply define strength and development areas. For example, a person with the high risk axis will make decisions a little faster and without having much information, while the person with low risk will tend to measure different scenarios before deciding.
That is why; based on the self-knowledge provided by this evaluation, each person will be able to know the characteristics of their own style (decision making, problem solving, motivators, etc…) as well as their skills in efficient time management.