The HumanGuide Concepts for Companies/Organizations?

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The picture is from Sao Paulo, Brazil, which is one of the world's mega towns. It increases with more and more people in the cities, and the world is more and more a global village via internet, which implies that competition and speed of change only increases. Therefore it is crucial for companies and organizations to be alert in their business by e.g. hiring, developing and keeping good employees plus developing and nurturing both their trademark and culture.

 

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How can a toolbox based on personality knowledge support development of companies and organisations? In many ways e.g. concerning Individuals

  • How to recruit well including that candidates fit to our trademark and culture including a good way for onboarding hired people?
  • How to analyse what characterizes people, who are successful in their jobs – especially volume jobs, so you can recruit well? 
  • How to analyse our personnel’s capacity and development need?
  • How to handle personal development?
  • How to change our personnel turnover (decrease or increase)?
  • How to analyse why people quit?

e.g. concerning Leaders

  • How to support and develop our leaders?
  • How to identify potential leaders?
  • how to figure out what characterizes leaders, who are successful in their jobs – especially volume roles, so you have easier to identify such leaders?

e.g. concerning Teams

  • How to support and develop teams?
  • How to staff and start new teams?
  • How to figure out what characterizes team, who are successful in their mission – especially with volume missions, so you have easier to staffing good teams?
  • How to figure out what type of team are suitable for a specific mission?

e.g. concerning Trademark and Culture

  • How to describe our trademark and culture in a concise and practical way?
  • How to develop and care our trademark and culture?

A strong argument for HumanGuide is that the underlying personality theory consists of eight dimensions. Then you get a more nuanced testresult and sharper analysis. Compare with MBTI, where you "be" one of 16 types. The popular DISC model (and similar) has only four dimensions. And the BigFive model has only five basic dimensions. 

Testimonials

”Rolf Kenmo has adapted Szondi’s theory to everyday life. It is a great idea of conveying the theory to a broad use. That is an essential asset for making the test results immediately accepted and it works in any culture. We use HumanGuide in recruiting and team development for an internationally operating company.”

Thomas Seiler, CEO, U-blox AG, Switzerland (2003)

”The theory is explained very pedagogically in the HumanGuide concepts and it is a good support for my clients (since 2002), in vocational guidance and in coaching. HumanGuide supports well in working life as well as in private life.”

Giselle Welter, psychologist, spec. in vocational guidance, RH99, Sao Paulo, Brazil  (2000)

"Personality has always been a debatable topic throughout research and countless psychometric tests available for use. However none of these tests have the HumanGuide approach, which is practical, simple, easy to use and accurate to act upon. Supported by extensive research, HumanGuide takes in consideration eight factors, using the psychology of colours and symbols for meaningful comprehension.

The HumanGuide test does not stand alone, it goes beyond any other test. It provides unique opportunities to measure further person chemistry, passion index, job and culture profiles...It has all what an organisation needs to overcome today's more than ever complex human resources challenges.

HumanGuide has considerably improved my personal and professional life and I always appreciate our collaboration with Rolf Kenmo."

George Ubbelohde, hospitatlity Industry Executive and Educator, Shanghai (2020)

”The tests are simple and easy to use. The availability via the internet make them excellent. I have had great use of the concepts for recruitment, development of individuals and teams.”

Sven-Erik Ringström; VD WM-data IT Support AB, now CGI AB (2003)

"I've been using the HumanGuide since 2012, with excellent results! It has been an assessment tool much requested by my organizational clients."

Adriana Torres Guedes, psychologist, Brazil (2020-02-10)

"I hire probably the wrong yellow people". She used DISC's four dimensions. DISC's yellow dimension is represented by three dimensions with the HumanGuide. The colurs in HumanGuide are: Orange, grey, green, violett, blue, yellow, brown and red, i.e. Then the test result will be much more nuanced. On the startpage there is a video with the symbolics for the eight colours.
 
Manager for a restaurant chain (2018-03-02) 
 
"For eight years I had  a personal meeting about my PersonProfile á la HumanGuide. I have done many other personality tests since then, but my opinion about this "method" is that it was fascinating and the most accurate. The PersonProfile is still pinned up at work"
 
IT manager (2018-04-19) 
 
"As a consultant I have done many personality tests. The results made me feel confirmed, but I didn't get any answer: Why I didn't was happy to 100%? This autumn I did the HumanGuide-test, which only took 15 min to do. It explained for me, where I had most motivation and because of then easiest to be my best version. So now I know!"
 
Nuclear engineer (2018-03-27) 
 
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The HumanGuide Concepts for Individuals?

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The picture gives an example how many people there are on the earth, i.e. it is no drawback to be good at cooperating with other people. Likewise it is smart to find your way in life, where it is to your advantage, e.g. a suitable job. 

 

In order to be successful at work and in life, you need to have good insights concerning your personality and other people – to get a high passionindex...

How can increased personality knowledge support personal development? In many ways e.g.

  • to choose a job, which gives a high passionindex between the personality and the job (tasks) or the culture. This also include to choose relevant education…
  • to make it easier to be successful, when you go for a new job
  • to understand when I exaggerate my strongest strength and how to handle that
  • to understand better what methods suit best for your personality and why

Or when dealing with other people, then

  • to improve cooperation with other people 
  • to improve working in teams
  • to understand what characterizes people, who is complementary to me
  • to choose a well suitable coach
  • to figure out what type of company or country culture suits best 

Personal development with support of the HumanGuide concepts can be of use to everybody – both leaders and employees. All concepts start with doing a PersonProfile via the internet, which takes about 15 minutes. To that you can add to fine tune the result with an authorized "humanguide”, which takes about one hour depending on the objective and conditions. Mostly this is done in the start of a coaching program, i.e. it leads to a more effective coaching (more "accurate" with more accomplished in a shorter time). There are many versions of coaching programs depending on the objectives and conditions. If you are interested, then contact with an authorized ”humanguide” or with us at Humankonsult AB – look at the foot of this page.

The advantage with doing a PersonProfile is that the coaching will be more efficient. Partly the coach gets faster understanding for the development needs and partly the coach can be more "accurate" in his or her coaching, i.e. one advice doesn't work for all people because we are different.

A strong argument for HumanGuide is that the underlying personality theory consists of eight basic dimensions. Then you get a more nuanced testresult and sharper analysis. Compare with MBTI, where you "be" one of 16 types. The popular DISC model (and similar) has only four basic dimensions. And the BigFive model has only five basic dimensions.

And how do you take care of your personal trademark?

Another alternative for personal development is to participate in a program, where HumanGuide is used as a part of it. Our "basic module" can be carried out in about 2 hours. During this module you

  • increase your self-knowledge based on the Eight boxes, which facilitates personal development

  • are better to coach and support other people to identify their best focus for success

  • are better to cooperate with other people -- especially with those who are not like you at all

  • are better to understand conflicts and how they can be handled.

Result

The overall result is that you get an increased self-knowledge and in this way a good personal development. Moreover, you will get it better both at work and in life.

Testimonials 

”Rolf Kenmo has adapted Szondi’s theory to everyday life. It is a great idea of conveying the theory to a broad use. That is an essential asset for making the test results immediately accepted and it works in any culture. We use HumanGuide in recruiting and team development for an internationally operating company.”

Thomas Seiler, CEO, U-blox AG, Switzerland (2003)

”The theory is explained very pedagogically in the HumanGuide concepts and it is a good support for my clients (since 2002), in vocational guidance and in coaching. HumanGuide supports well in working life as well as in private life.”

Giselle Welter, psychologist, spec. in vocational guidance, RH99, Sao Paulo, Brazil  (2000)

"Personality has always been a debatable topic throughout research and countless psychometric tests available for use. However none of these tests have the HumanGuide approach, which is practical, simple, easy to use and accurate to act upon. Supported by extensive research, HumanGuide takes in consideration eight factors, using the psychology of colours and symbols for meaningful comprehension.

The HumanGuide test does not stand alone, it goes beyond any other test. It provides unique opportunities to measure further person chemistry, passion index, job and culture profiles...It has all what an organisation needs to overcome today's more than ever complex human resources challenges.

HumanGuide has considerably improved my personal and professional life and I always appreciate our collaboration with Rolf Kenmo."

George Ubbelohde, hospitatlity Industry Executive and Educator, Shanghai (2020)

"I hire probably the wrong yellow people". She used DISC's four dimensions. DISC's yellow dimension is represented by three dimensions with the HumanGuide. The colurs in HumanGuide are: Orange, grey, green, violett, blue, yellow, brown and red, i.e. Then the test result will be much more nuanced. On the startpage there is a video with the symbolics for the eight colours.
 
Manager for a restaurant chain (2018-03-02) 
 
"For eight years I had  a personal meeting about my PersonProfile á la HumanGuide. I have done many other personality tests since then, but my opinion about this "method" is that it was fascinating and the most accurate. The PersonProfile is still pinned up at work"
 
IT manager (2018-04-19) 
 
"As a consultant I have done many personality tests. The results made me feel confirmed, but I didn't get any answer: Why I didn't was happy to 100%? This autumn I did the HumanGuide-test, which only took 15 min to do. It explained for me, where I had most motivation and because of then easiest to be my best version. So now I know!"
 
Nuclear engineer (2018-03-27) 

”Rolf's coaching clearly gave me more self-knowledge and it was valuable to get it confirmed. The idea of having a life vision was very good– now it is easier to be on track and also to say no. Many smart tips. Last, but not least, good to have to report to someone about my progress, i.e. actions was done.)” 

Entrepreneur (2015-03-26)

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The HumanGuide Concepts for Private Life?

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The picture shows Rolf Kenmo, management consultant and inventor of the HumanGuide concepts, and his life partner since 1994. They are an example of how you can benefit from the concepts privately e.g. how you fit together, i.e. have similar interests and also understand each other's needs – that crucially facilitate life. basic 

 

How to get a good life at work and in life?

The HumanGuide concepts can be used both at work and in life, i.e. according to our slogan "HumanGuide improves at work and in life". Many of the concepts used at work can also be used in the private life, e.g. from to identify the "perfect" job for yourself to how to support your children in their choice of an occupation and based on that choice the relevant kind of education. Etc.

How can personality knowledge support the private life? In many ways e.g.

  • at first – all the ways as for personal development
  • what hobby or interest will I like?
  • how to handle my family, my parents, friends and other people?
  • what is a suitable life partner for me?
  • is this a suitable life partner for me?
  • how to cooperate better with my life partner?

If you are interested in any of these areas, what can you then do? Well, e.g.

  • Buy the book "Let the Personality Bloom". More information about the book here  "Products"
  • Get in touch with an authorised user – a coach here

When it comes to choice of occupation, then most people immediately think of certain jobs e.g. because the parents have that job, buddies have chosen it, the job is attractive just now, etc. It is much smarter to do this in a two-step rocket. At first you analyse your personality in a nuanced way -- why not use HumanGuide). If you use a good concept, then you realize more precisely your human needs, your motivation (the drive forces). Many of the competing concepts are too simple and others too complex. Our opinion is that the eight factors, which HumanGuide is based on, is an optimum. Neither too few (simple) nor too many (complex).

First, you understand clearly your needs and drive forces, then you should chose what types of jobs can match your personality in a good way. If you do this, then the chance is much greater that the type of job that you focus on will be the one you also will like in the long term -- and in tough times!

Of course it is not only the personality that matters in getting a good match for a job but also the leader, the company/organization, your own talents of different kinds (logical ability, language, etc.), values, etc.

A leading landmark for maximum motivation is to accept a good matching to one's own personality, and according to the book Drive by Daniel Pink:

  • that you be in control of your job situation
  • that the job is purposeful.

A strong argument for HumanGuide is that the underlying personality theory consists of eight dimensions. Then you get a more nuanced testresult and sharper analysis. Compare with MBTI, where you "be" one of 16 types. The popular DISC model (and similar) has only four dimensions. And the Big five model has only five basic dimensions.

What Life Partner Suits Me?

At work it is an advantage if the teams in which you are a member are based on diversity. However, when it comes to choosing a life partner, it is preferable to strive after many similar strong factors and also values of course. Why? Because if you two are very different, then you both will have very different interests and hobbies, e.g. one in the couple likes to be in nature as often as possible and the other in the couple perhaps hates it... But if you have two or more factors as strong ones, then it is, of course, good if other factors are complementary, e.g. one is strong at Structure (one of the factors in the personality theory Eight Boxes) and the other is not.

Testimonials

”Rolf Kenmo has adapted Szondi’s theory to everyday life. It is a great idea of conveying the theory to a broad use. That is an essential asset for making the test results immediately accepted and it works in any culture. We use HumanGuide in recruiting and team development for an internationally operating company.”

Thomas Seiler, CEO, U-blox AG, Switzerland (2003)

”The theory is explained very pedagogically in the HumanGuide concepts and it is a good support for my clients (since 2002), in vocational guidance and in coaching. HumanGuide supports well in working life as well as in private life.”

Giselle Welter, psychologist, spec. in vocational guidance, RH99, Sao Paulo, Brazil  (2000)

"Personality has always been a debatable topic throughout research and countless psychometric tests available for use. However none of these tests have the HumanGuide approach, which is practical, simple, easy to use and accurate to act upon. Supported by extensive research, HumanGuide takes in consideration eight factors, using the psychology of colours and symbols for meaningful comprehension.

The HumanGuide test does not stand alone, it goes beyond any other test. It provides unique opportunities to measure further person chemistry, passion index, job and culture profiles...It has all what an organisation needs to overcome today's more than ever complex human resources challenges.

HumanGuide has considerably improved my personal and professional life and I always appreciate our collaboration with Rolf Kenmo."

George Ubbelohde, hospitatlity Industry Executive and Educator, Shanghai (2020)

"I hire probably the wrong yellow people". She used DISC's four dimensions. DISC's yellow dimension is represented by three dimensions with the HumanGuide. The colurs in HumanGuide are: Orange, grey, green, violett, blue, yellow, brown and red, i.e. Then the test result will be much more nuanced. Below on this page there is a video with the symbolics for the eight colours.
 
Manager for a restaurant chain (2018-03-02) 
 
"For eight years I had  a personal meeting about my PersonProfile á la HumanGuide. I have done many other personality tests since then, but my opinion about this "method" is that it was fascinating and the most accurate. The PersonProfile is still pinned up at work"
 
IT manager (2018-04-19) 
 
"As a consultant I have done many personality tests. The results made me feel confirmed, but I didn't get any answer: Why I didn't was happy to 100%? This autumn I did the HumanGuide-test, which only took 15 min to do. It explained for me, where I had most motivation and because of then easiest to be my best version. So now I know!"
 
Nuclear engineer (2018-03-27) 
 
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The HumanGuide Concepts for Leaders?

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The picture shows Rolf Kenmo, management consultant and the inventor of the HumanGuide concepts, at a signpost in the Rondane Mountains, Norway. He has in many ways had great use of the HumanGuide concepts, when he has been a leader, e.g. to staff, start and handle teams, to coach different persons, to handle conflicts, etc.

 

The demands on leaders increase all the time, but some tasks are eternal, e.g.

  • How to coach a particular person in a good way? There are few general prescriptions that work for everybody, because all human beings are different. Therefore it is crucial to understand how people differ. The more accurate you are in your understanding, the better you can coach.
  • How to handle the conflict between X and Y?
  • How can I figure out the best matching for this task?
  • How is a suitable development for me?
  • How to create good teams and then support them in a good way?
  • How should we succeed with our recruitment?

If you are a leader, then you can look upon the HumanGuide concepts as a toolbox with many possibilities, e.g. coaching, staffing/recruitment, handling conflicts, etc.

If you are a leader and wish to have the HumanGuide concepts as a part of your toolbox, then it is best to start with doing a PersonProfile via the internet, which takes about 15 minutes. The next step is to fine tune the result with an authorized "humanguide”, which takes about one hour depending on the objective.

Then you can as a leader continue with a coaching program with your humanguide. There are many versions of a coaching program depending on objectives and conditions. If you are interested, then contact an authorized humanguide or us at Humankonsult AB -- look at the foot of the page.

A strong argument for HumanGuide is that the underlying personality theory consists of eight dimensions. Then you get a more nuanced testresult and sharper analysis. Compare with MBTI, where you "be" one of 16 types. The popular DISC model (and similar) has only four dimensions. And the BigFive model has only five basic dimensions.

Another version is to participate in a program for leader development, where HumanGuide is a part. Our "basic module" can be carried out in about 2 hours. Then you

  • learn about the personality theory Eight Boxes, which is the core of the HumanGuide concepts
  • increase your self-knowledge based on the Eight Boxes, which facilitates personal development
  • are better able to coach and support other people to identify their best focus for success
  • are better able to cooperate with other people – especially with those who are not like you at all
  • are better able to understand conflicts and how they can be handled

To summerize – How can personality knowledge support leadership development? In many ways e.g.

  • to understand how to coach people in a good way
  • to recruit well
  • to create good teams and support them in a good way
  • to handle conflicts in a constructive way

Result

The overall result is that you get leaders, who learn to be a leader in harmony with their personality, i.e. to be one's self in an advantageously way. Moreover, they learn to use a very broad and practical toolbox as a support for their leadership. 

Testimonials 

”Rolf Kenmo has adapted Szondi’s theory to everyday life. It is a great idea of conveying the theory to a broad use. That is an essential asset for making the test results immediately accepted and it works in any culture. We use HumanGuide in recruiting and team development for an internationally operating company.”

Thomas Seiler, CEO, U-blox AG, Switzerland (2003)

”The theory is explained very pedagogically in the HumanGuide concepts and it is a good support for my clients (since 2002), in vocational guidance and in coaching. HumanGuide supports well in working life as well as in private life.”

Giselle Welter, psychologist, spec. in vocational guidance, RH99, Sao Paulo, Brazil  (2000)

"Personality has always been a debatable topic throughout research and countless psychometric tests available for use. However none of these tests have the HumanGuide approach, which is practical, simple, easy to use and accurate to act upon. Supported by extensive research, HumanGuide takes in consideration eight factors, using the psychology of colours and symbols for meaningful comprehension.

The HumanGuide test does not stand alone, it goes beyond any other test. It provides unique opportunities to measure further person chemistry, passion index, job and culture profiles...It has all what an organisation needs to overcome today's more than ever complex human resources challenges.

HumanGuide has considerably improved my personal and professional life and I always appreciate our collaboration with Rolf Kenmo."

George Ubbelohde, hospitatlity Industry Executive and Educator, Shanghai (2020)

”The tests are simple and easy to use. The availability via the internet make them excellent. I have had great use of the concepts for recruitment, development of individuals and teams.”

Sven-Erik Ringström; VD WM-data IT Support AB, now CGI AB (2003)

"I've been using the HumanGuide since 2012, with excellent results! It has been an assessment tool much requested by my organizational clients."

Adriana Torres Guedes, psychologist, Brazil (2020-02-10)

"For eight years ago I had  a personal meeting about my PersonProfile á la HumanGuide. I have done many other personality tests since then, but my opinion about this "method" is that it was fascinating and the most accurate. The PersonProfile is still pinned up at work"
 
IT manager (2018-04-19) 
 
"As a consultant I have done many personality tests. The results made me feel confirmed, but I didn't get any answer: Why I didn't be happy to 100%? This autumn I did the HumanGuide-test, which only took 15 min to do. It explained for me, where I had most motivation and where I could easiest be my best version. So now I know!"
 
Nuclear engineer (2018-03-27) 

”Rolf's coaching clearly gave me more self-knowledge and it was valuable to get it confirmed. The idea of having a life vision was very good– now it is easier to be on track and also to say no. Many smart tips. Last, but not least, good to have to report to someone about my progress, i.e. actions was done.)” 

Entrepreneur (2010-08-01)

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The HumanGuide Concepts for Teams?

teamuvThe picture shows Rolf Kenmo, management consultant and inventor of the HumanGuide Concepts and Giselle Welter, psychologist and CTO for RH 99 (Resources Humanos). Our cooperation started in 2000. That has mostly been in a global virtual team. In this cooperation the HumanGuide concepts have been invaluable, i.e. mostly because both we have clearly understood each other's personality (our profiles) and their effects  – from the first moment.

 

 

Diversity in teams is best, but...

A lot of research shows that diversity in a team gives the best result. Mostly because then you don't see narrowly and one-eyed as when you, for example, need to solve a problem. However, the catch is that many people believe that it is more difficult to cooperate with someone who is different. Therefore they are keener on recruiting and staffing someone, who "is like we are". When the team members are very similar to each other, then there is the crucial risk of getting so-called "group-thinking", i.e. they have more or less the same opinion and oppose the one who has other opinions. There are many examples of fatal results from this kind of thinking. One was the time when an USA spaceship exploded just after take-off. In a way another was the time when we lost the ship Wasa in Sweden; this was also a kind of  group-thinking because no one dared to tell the king that this ship would sink.

The HumanGuide concepts support you so that you can more easily can get a team with diversity to cooperate better. 

For example we have developed a special concept to staff and develop a team that participates in UF, which is a Swedish development program for schools (the participants are around 18 years old), and the purpose is to train in a practical way entrepreneurship combined with lessons. The origin of the concept's development was that the teachers were not pleased when the pupils mostly staffed their UF-team with their buddies and thus the team most often became very "cloned" (homogeneous). More under "Testimonials" below.

To get a team to function very well you need good answers on this questions...

  • How to get a good start?
  • How to handle conflicts?
  • How to get tips about how to cooperate with different members of the team?
  • How should we think, if we need to change the staffing?

 A team with diversity has the best potential to solve its tasks well, but in teams with diversity there is the biggest risks for bad results and destructive conflicts. How should you then handle the risks and how to develop the team in a good way?

One way to act, of course, is to be proactive whenever you can e.g. to staff and start the team in a good way. How to do that? Well, by learning more about each other, e.g. via the HumanGuide concepts and using some concepts for teambuilding and team development. 

Of course you can also improve cooperation in established teams by using some of our HumanGuide concepts. You always start by doing the personality test. Then there are many ways for team development depending on the circumstances and the ambition level. 

How can then personality knowledge support team development? In many ways e.g.

  • if you understand other people well, then it is much easier to cooperate. You will understand e.g. their drives, what can make them angry, how to give them an advice they can accept, etc
  • to understand what type of personalities are a cooperation challenge
  • to understand how you can contribute best in a team
  • to solve many conflicts, if the cause is a challenge concerning personal chemistry, which is a very common cause

Result

The overall result is that you get a better cooperation in the team via increased self-knowledge, increased openness, and increased trust. These team qualities have a crucial effect on a team's cooperation capacity and performance.

As a "bonus" the team members learn a very useful personality theory that can, for example, be used in discussions about staffing and recruitment. This personality theory will also be like a language.

A strong argument for HumanGuide is that the underlying personality theory consists of eight dimensions. Then you get a more nuanced testresult and sharper analysis. Compare with MBTI, where you "be" one of 16 types. The popular DISC model (and similar) has only four basic dimensions. And the BigFive model has only five basic dimensions.

Testimonials

”Rolf Kenmo has adapted Szondi’s theory to everyday life. It is a great idea of conveying the theory to a broad use. That is an essential asset for making the test results immediately accepted and it works in any culture. We use HumanGuide in recruiting and team development for an internationally operating company.”

Thomas Seiler, CEO, U-blox AG, Switzerland (2003)

”The theory is explained very pedagogically in the HumanGuide concepts and it is a good support for my clients (since 2002), in vocational guidance and in coaching. HumanGuide supports well in working life as well as in private life.”

Giselle Welter, psychologist, spec. in vocational guidance, RH99, Sao Paulo, Brazil  (2000)

"Personality has always been a debatable topic throughout research and countless psychometric tests available for use. However none of these tests have the HumanGuide approach, which is practical, simple, easy to use and accurate to act upon. Supported by extensive research, HumanGuide takes in consideration eight factors, using the psychology of colours and symbols for meaningful comprehension.

The HumanGuide test does not stand alone, it goes beyond any other test. It provides unique opportunities to measure further person chemistry, passion index, job and culture profiles...It has all what an organisation needs to overcome today's more than ever complex human resources challenges.

HumanGuide has considerably improved my personal and professional life and I always appreciate our collaboration with Rolf Kenmo."

George Ubbelohde, hospitatlity Industry Executive and Educator, Shanghai (2020)

"I've been using the HumanGuide since 2012, with excellent results! It has been an assessment tool much requested by my organizational clients."

Adriana Torres Guedes, psychologist, Brazil (2020-02-10)

"I hire probably the wrong yellow people". She used DISC's four dimensions. DISC's yellow dimension is represented by three dimensions with the HumanGuide. The colurs in HumanGuide are: Orange, grey, green, violett, blue, yellow, brown and red, i.e. Then the test result will be much more nuanced. On the startpage there is a video with the symbolics for the eight colours.
 

Manager for restauravt chain (2018-03-02) 

"Rolf Kenmo assisted us in a relaxed and pedagogic way to start to work to create understanding of each other as individuals. The objective was to further improve the cooperation in our team. Rolf's work was appreciated by the participants and created a positive foundation for further development."

Eva Kimber, manager at Svensk Exportkredit,  (2010-07-21)

"Our delivery is a function undertaking with a big management responsibility; therefore, it was important that HumanGuide's Team Chemistry Analysis gave the management team not only individual understanding of strengths and risks but also knowledge about the whole team's chemistry. The management team's total strength is crucial in order to deliver at least at the agreement level."

Leif Öjestedt; manager WM-data, nu CGI AB;  (2011-04-06)

”We got better staffing in our UF-teams. In the start of the school year we had a course by Rolf Kenmo in the personality test HumanGuide. The pupils did the test after our course. Then they were to staff their teams based on qualities and personality instead of gender. This resulted in more teams with more of a mix between girls and boys. Moreover, more chose to cooperate with new persons instead of their best buddies. In the distribution of roles in the UF companions the pupils based their staffing on who had the best qualities and knowledge -- instead of gender"

Henrik Samuelsson; Teacher in UF (Young Entrepreneurship and business, JENSEN gymnasium Södra*); (2014-08-27)

*) The school became Sweden's best UF-school in 2014.

Manager for a restaurant chain (2018-03-02) 
 
"For eight years I had  a personal meeting about my PersonProfile á la HumanGuide. I have done many other personality tests since then, but my opinion about this "method" is that it was fascinating and the most accurate. The PersonProfile is still pinned up at work"
 
IT manager (2018-04-19) 
 
"As a consultant I have done many personality tests. The results made me feel confirmed, but I didn't get any answer: Why I didn't was happy to 100%? This autumn I did the HumanGuide-test, which only took 15 min to do. It explained for me, where I had most motivation and because of then easiest to be my best version. So now I know!"
 
Nuclear engineer (2018-03-27) 

 

 

 

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