PI Reference Profile

Tool Description

PI Reference Profile – Predictive Index has 17 Reference Profiles that are in 4 categories:  Analytical, Social, Stabilizer, Persistent.  I can find my PI Reference Profile on my PI Survey Report and download my full Reference Profile below. The example pattern shown on this Reference Profile page is the average behavioral pattern for all people that created a PI Reference Profile like mine across the world.  Mine may look slightly different in the actual positioning of the A, B, C, D Drives or Factors as it relates to the “mid-point” (the black triangle in the middle of the pattern. If that’s the case, it simply means I am a “modified” version of my PI Reference Profile.  This behavioral map defines signature work styles around Communication, Delegation, Decision Making and Action/Risk as it pertains to the average Reference Profile for my pattern.   It also summarizes Strengths and Common Traps of my profile and guidance I can share with others on how to work well with me.  This is for general guidance.

The 4 Factors

 

Dominance: The drive to exert one’s influence on people or events Patience: The drive for consistency and stability
Extraversion: The drive for social interaction with other people Formality: The drive to conform to rules and structure

 

Reference Profiles

Social Profiles

Stabilizing Profiles

Persistent Profiles

Analytical Profiles

“How does PI apply… in my role?”

  1. WHAT can the PI Reference Profile do for me?   It provides me with excellent self-awareness insights on several different levels on how I can best fulfill my work potential.  It provides me with self-coaching opportunities to maximize my Strengths and be aware of my Cautions in doing my job every day.
  2. WHY is this essential and valuable to me?  It creates better clarity around my daily work styles and when shared, provides a guide on how to work well with me based on my behaviors and needs. I want to be the best version of myself and create harmony in my work environment.  Knowing my Strengths and Common Traps in the workplace helps “Inspire Better Co-Workers, Better Work and a Better World.”
  3. HOW would I apply these insights in my role and life?  Sharing my PI Reference Profile with my peers, colleagues…anyone that I work closely with.  Knowledge is power for everyone on my team.
  4. WHO benefits from applying these insights?   Anyone that can and should appreciate the natural differences we each have because it is what makes each one of us special in terms of who we are.
  5. WHEN is the best time to apply these insights?   In a “team meeting” where everyone can present their PI Reference Profile; in a one-on-one with my manager; in a one-on-one with a subordinate, peer, or colleague.

“Ignite Awareness. Unleash Talent Optimization.”

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