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 Accreditation

 ‘Primary Colours in Practice’ Training and Accreditation

To date, the Primary Colours® Model of Leadership has been used successfully with senior managers and executives from nearly 1,000 organisations world-wide. A number of global organisations have also adopted the Primary Colours® Model of Leadership as their very own, enabling leaders at all levels to understand the specific leadership tasks required to help their teams succeed.

These numbers are growing steadily and to enable this growth we provide training and accreditation for independent consultants, small consultancy organisations and HR & L&D professionals within our client organisations, in order for them to use the model and associated toolkit for the assessment and development of individuals and teams.

The Course

This one- or two-day course will equip you with the knowledge and skills to enable you to use the Primary Colours Leadership Assessment Toolkit at all leadership levels (including full use of the NEO Personality Inventory)

You should have skills in giving feedback and supporting development. Attendees must hold a BPS qualification in psychometric test use (Level B), but we can discuss a range of options with you.

Depending on your level of qualification and experience, you may attend one or both days of the course.

Day 1

An intensive and interactive 1-day workshop designed for users who hold a BPS qualification in psychometric test use (Level B) and would like to be able to use the NEO Personality Inventory. This first day also enables users of the NEO Primary Colours Leaders Report to fully understand the NEO dimensions referred to within the report.

The NEO Personality Inventory is the internationally recognised gold standard in personality assessment.

Delegates learn through tutorials, group exercises, case studies and practical feedback sessions, how to use the NEO Personality Inventory with confidence.

Objectives of the course:

  • Gain knowledge of NEO’s 30 facets and 5 domains
  • Interpret facet combinations
  • Become familiar with NEO profiles
  • Understand how to feedback NEO profiles

This day can be taken on its own or in conjunction with day 2 which focusses on using NEO for leadership development and equips delegates to use the Primary Colours Leadership Assessment Toolkit.

Day 2

Day 2 will focus on the application of the NEO Personality Inventory within leadership development using the Primary Colours® Leadership Assessment Toolkit, designed to support individual and team leadership development and coaching activities. The toolkit includes:

Based on the Primary Colours® Model of Leadership (the proven leadership model we use in our teaching at Oxford University's Saïd Business School), these tools represent the state of the art in leadership/management assessment and development.

What Will I Get From The Course?

Successful completion of day one will give you access to a qualification in the NEO Personality Inventory for use in both selection AND development.

Completion of day two will lead to the award of accredited user status of the Primary Colours® Leadership Assessment Toolkit. You will also be given access to our online member’s portal which features presentation slides and marketing materials for the purposes of developing your own client assignments, a resource library, member forums, and support from Primary Colours® psychologists.

Dates

DAY 1

NEO

 Tuesday 25th July 2017 *50% discount*

Whitefriars Business Centre, Bristol

DAY 2

PCiP

 Wednesday 26th July 2017 *50% discount*

Whitefriars Business Centre, Bristol

DAY 1

NEO

Tuesday 17th October 2017

Whitefriars Business Centre, Bristol

DAY 2

PCiP

Wednesday 18th October 2017

Whitefriars Business Centre, Bristol

Pricing

The two-day course is £795 +VAT (£395+VAT for July course)

If you are already NEO trained or Primary Colours trained, you can attend one day only for £395 +VAT (£195+VAT for July course)

Book a Course

Please call Rebecca Lees on 01173 328 255 or email rebecca.lees@edgecumbe.co.uk to book your place, or if you wish to discuss accreditation within your organisation

If none of the above dates are suitable, you may register your interest by clicking here and we’ll let you know of future dates.