The FORTÉ® Process The Forte Process

FORTÉ® provides online communication style reports to over 6,000 corporate clients throughout the globe.

FORTÉ® tools help organizations to recruit and retain the right people, to develop people to improve their communication skills, to improve individual & team performance, to minimize conflict and to build resiliency.

The Forté report is a robust, highly accurate communication style report, used globally for over 30-years for personal development at all levels and sizes of organizations. It shares the "who" you are, increasing self-awareness, how you are currently adapting to your environment and how you are "most likely" coming across to others. Based on this profile it then gives you a communications strategy that will strengthen workplace communication and performance.

quote80% of our clients feel that their work performance immediately improved following their FORTÉ session.quote-Forté Client Survey 2010

FORTÉ® is not a once-then-done test. FORTÉ adapts and grows with your people and can become a lifelong coach.

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Keeping Your Cool

“Everyone says self-awareness is essential to effective leadership. It is, but there is another aspect to awareness that may be equally compelling and sadly overlooked. It’s self-management.”  – John Baldoni, author and internationally recognized executive coach Everyone looses his or her cool from time to time – after all, we’re only human, right? But what

Handling Q&A Sessions

Leadership always comes with a microphone. Whether casting vision, explaining strategy, or motivating your team, you’ll find yourself speaking before a group. And if you speak before groups, you’ll likely also find yourself fielding questions either informally or in an official question and answer session. Here are some tips for managing a Q&A session successfully. Don’t fear silence.

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