Success in life, work and relationships stems from understanding and having a sense of self – of deeply comprehending who we are, what we do and how we do it. For most of us how we behave and communicate are unconscious daily activities, performed with little awareness of our effects on others. We each have certain behavioral and attitudinal tendencies. By gaining greater awareness of these, we have the opportunity to learn and understand how they affect our daily interactions.
Keno Consulting leverages industry-leading and proprietary assessment tools to help individuals and organizations, better understand their personalities, behavioral styles and attitudes.
Behavioral research suggests that the most effective people are those who understand themselves, so they can develop strategies to meet the demands of their environment. By gaining greater awareness of these tendencies, individuals have the opportunity to learn and understand how their personality, behavioral styles and attitudes impact their daily interactions. With this understanding, individuals and teams can learn to adjust their behavior to better meet the needs of their environment. Individuals and teams grow to not only understand themselves better, but those around them, learning to be more effective as leaders and team members.
Is the most widely used assessment tools and has helped millions of people worldwide gain insights about themselves and how they interact with others. Learn more about this tool
Learning more about your personal chemistry provides you with the opportunity to understand yourself and others better. The DiSC and Motivators assessments help you truly understand who you are and why you do what you do. Learn more about these tools
Great sales people know that communication goes beyond just the words they use; it includes verbal, non-verbal and par-verbal components. The TTI Talent Insights (DiSC) for Sale assessment is a tool that provides a broad understanding of an individual’s sales style. Learn more about this tool
When you pull different styles together on a team, you are bound to have some differences, frustrations and potential conflicts – people do not all communicate alike. This report pulls together the team members personal behavior and communication styles to illustrate the similarities and differences among the team members. Learn more about this tool.
The 360 survey is an assessment tool that provides leaders and employees with feedback about their performance. A 360 involves gaining the perspective of a person’s strengths and areas for potential improvement from their colleagues, which usually includes their direct reports, peers, their boss and in some cases even external sources, such as customers, vendors, suppliers etc. The assessment is anonymous with questions being answered either online, in an interview or a combination of both. The individual is rated in areas such as leadership, communication, productivity, and technical skills. The individual also self-assesses themselves in these areas. All survey questions are tailored to the individual’s role within the organization. Learn more about this tool
Undetected, extreme stress silently erodes the productivity of a company, chipping away at morale – and increasing the chances of high turnover and low motivation.
Undiagnosed stress causes 60% of all illness and disease. High stress levels are a strong indication of workplace disengagement, a known factor in failing companies. Stress causes organizations $300 billion in lost productivity and medical costs every year. Learn more about this tool
Decades of research has consistently shown that those with higher emotional intelligence are more likely to perform at higher levels than their less emotionally intelligent co-workers. The EQ assessment provides insight into two broad areas: Intrapersonal and Interpersonal emotional intelligence and five related dimensions. Learn more about this tool
The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) is the world’s best-selling tool for helping people understand how different conflict-handling styles affect interpersonal and group dynamics – and for empowering them to choose the appropriate style for any situation. Learn more about this tool
Coaching Skills Inventory
Learn to conduct coaching meetings that actually help employees to change their behavior. Created by Kenneth R. Phillips, the Coaching Skills Inventory measures 10 skills across the six steps needed to conduct effective coaching meetings. The scores look at an individual’s overall effectiveness and looks at how well they use the specific skills required to accomplish each coaching meeting step.
Mastering Myself™ Time Management Proficiencies
This proprietary assessment tool measures an individual’s proficiencies in 9 key time management areas while the user identifies areas for immediate action.