Role-Based Assessment is an effort of 35-years of research by The Gabriel Institute. The technique is created and validated to measure how people interact in teams.
The Gabriel Institute�s Role-Based Assessment� is now available online since 2009. It incorporates a range of predictable individual and group performance variables that have not been directly measured by other forms of assessment:
- Coherence: expressed as positive, flexible, constructive teaming behaviors
- Role: the affinity for specific modes of service to an organization
- Teaming Characteristics: individual styles of responding and relating to others
- Job-fit: the right people performing the right tasks
- Role-pairing: known, replicable synergies between specific Roles
Benefits of Role-Based Assessment
In the complex and shifting environment of global, high-tech, knowledge-driven markets, the industrial-age view that people are merely a pool of �resources� must eventually give way to a new view of people as inter-operating links in the infrastructure of business activity. The use of RBA in connection with TGI's Coherent Human Infrastructure� management concepts can greatly enhance synergistic performance and productivity of individuals, teams, and entire organizations.