Since we are now able to see into personalities and behaviors by
separating what you do from what you are, our highest hope is to
enrich and shape peoples lives. When you can see into a team or
individual in a beyond the obvious way you can better make
recommendations in a beyond-the-obvious way.
- Understand Your Performance Development Goals, Challenges & Needs
- Recommend An Approach Based On Your Performance Development Goals, Challenges and Needs, Then Leverage Psychometric Assessments To Better See What’s Going On Inside That Might Be Causing What’s Is Going On Outside.
Implement With Assessments And Personal/Customized Coaching To Sustain And Reinforce The Learning.
Reinforce Specific Skills, Techniques And Approaches To Ensure There Is A Positive Change In Behavior.
Business Review It Is Always Good To Stick Around And See How We Are Doing When It Comes To The Working Relationship, The Results We Are Focused On, And the Resulting Impacted Behavior .
Integrated And Validated Approaches That Combine Content And Assessments For The Whole Person.
- The Skills, Techniques And Approaches Offered Are Simple, Fast And Precise.
We Can Measure What A Person Is Like In Their Most Natural Persona, At Work Persona, And Overextended/Stressed Persona. Blind Spots Cause Blind Behaviors.
Our Capabilities Allow Us To Work With Teams That Are Pulling Apart And Or Pulling Together.
the last 24 years working with organizations as an expert in
psychometrics and talent development. While working closely
with many government and private organizations, he provides
innovative, state-of-the-art assessment tools combined with
the most current and complete performance development
skills and strategies. Residing in Farmers Branch, Texas, Marcel
lives with his wife Susie of 26 years and is the father of
Sydney, Jonah, and Adrienne. He currently is an advisor on the
Literacy Instruction for Texas (LIFT) Board. He has a bachelor’s
degree in psychology from Texas A&M.
“It’s safely exploring the invisible that eventually makes the visible difference.”