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Innovation Team Quick Start Guide

An Introduction to the Predictive Index Framework

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Here's What We Will Cover:
So you’re on your way to understanding the Predictive Index! This quick start guide will help you get familiar with the methodology and science to help you and your team navigate the people side of innovation.
 
This six-step guide will walk you through two “PI Learn” courses designed to familiarize you with the Predictive Index science and Team Optimization methodology. It is estimated to take one hour or less to complete this guide.
 
Before we get started, be sure to download the lesson checklist. It will help you keep track of your progress.
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PART 1: Understanding Behaviors With PI

Estimated time: 50 minutes

#1: Head, Heart, Briefcase

Estimated time: 5 minutes

Note: When you click on the first lesson, you will be asked to create a free PI Learn account with your name and email address.

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Lesson Overview

When I’m teaching the PI Certification Workshop, one of the first phrases I introduce is “head, heart, briefcase.” And when you read this lesson, you’ll understand why. You’ll learn how the whole person shows up at work, and why that’s so important.

#2: What Drives Your People

Estimated time: 5 minutes

Lesson Overview

The relationship between people’s drives, needs, and behaviors is so powerful. In this lesson you’ll learn this relationship and see why it is the basis for PI’s assessments. Then, get a brief overview of the Behavioral, Cognitive, and Job Assessments.

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#3: PI Foundations

Estimated time: 5 minutes

Lesson Overview

If you’re going to pick one lesson to learn more about, this is the one! In this section you’ll experience an interactive video that will teach you the fundamentals of the PI Behavioral Assessment. You’ll learn the four key factors that drive workplace behavior, how those factors work in combination, and how they create a pattern that describes a person’s motivating needs.

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#4: Reference Profiles

Estimated time: 5 minutes

Lesson Overview

Once you’ve got the basics of the Behavioral Assessment down, you’re ready to learn about Reference Profiles. Reference Profiles are like neighborhoods for PI patterns. Everyone’s pattern falls into a Reference Profile, and patterns in the same reference profile will have similarities. You’ll learn that there are 17 Reference Profiles, with each having unique drives, needs, and behaviors.

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#5: Person Page Overview

Estimated time: 5 minutes

Lesson Overview

Find out where all the knowledge you just learned about is stored in the PI system, and how it’s organized. You’ll definitely need to know your way around a Person Page as you start out on your PI Champion journey!

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PART 2: Your Leadership Style

Estimated time: 10 minutes

#6: Leading Through Self-Awareness

Estimated time: 10 minutes

Lesson Overview

This is a set of four leadership lessons. It's a great introduction to how you can use PI to bring a better you to work. These quick-but-effective lessons will teach you about the four leadership styles, how to work to the strengths of your leadership style, and how to communicate effectively with your team based on their work style.

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Questions? Let's Connect.

The PI Champion Quick Start Guide is a great way to begin building your people leader skillset. Predictive Index provides a powerful common language that demystifies how individuals and teams are wired for work. It also helps leaders decode performance in order to optimize potential in yourself and your team. 
 
I'm looking forward to welcoming you to a PI Certification workshop soon!
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Remember to download the lesson checklist! You can use it to keep track of your progress, and to keep all of your notes in one place.

 
Even if you've already started the lessons, it's not too late! 
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