The Attentional Interpersonal Style Inventory (TAIS) measures three basic performance building blocks—Leadership, Emotional Control, and Performance Under Pressure—and can be used to identify the root cause of a performance problem.
- Provides information that can be used to build a tailored program to enhance or develop performance skills
- Assesses specific traits to create various reports (general or specific) or to assess abilities in a specific performance context
- Provides a view of behaviors in context; rather than labeling specific behaviors as good or bad, TAIS scores are interpreted in the context of the demands of a particular workplace
- Assists employers in judging the fit of new candidates through the use of "mission profiles" that identify the concentration skills and behaviors required for particular jobs