Builds a report that interprets an individual's POIS Form C (Co-Worker) scores. You invite participants to take the survey and Transform™ generates their reports.
Profiles of Organizational Influence Strategies: Form C (POIS-C)
by David Kipnis and Stuart M. Schmidt
Copyright © 1999 by David Kipnis and Stuart M. Schmidt
Upon purchase of a POIS Individual Report: Form C (Co-Worker), you will receive an email from firstname.lastname@example.org which includes a login link to your Mind Garden Transform account where you will administer the POIS Form C (Co-Worker) survey via a campaign. Follow the steps to create the campaign, set the campaign options, invite your participants to complete the survey, and monitor their progress. Upon a participant's completion of the survey, their POIS Individual Report: Form C (Co-Worker) is automatically generated and released at your discretion.
Each POIS Individual Report: Form C (Co-Worker) includes one POIS Transform Survey Hosting: Form C (Co-Worker) (Data) license (to collect the data) and one POIS Individual Report: Form C (Co-Worker) license (to generate the report).
To review a sample POIS Individual Report: Form C (Co-Worker), please click here.
Introduction to the POIS-C
Your First Attempt to Influence -- Co-Workers
Interpretations of Influence Strategy Scores - First Influence
Comparison of Your Scores to Your Group - First Influence*
Your Back-up Strategies
Interpretation of Influence Strategy Scores - Back-Up Strategies
Comparison of Your Scores to Your Group - Back-Up Strategies*
The POIS Profiles
Strategic Influence Theory
*Section only generates if a campaign norm is applied.
Alternative Report Type - Report About Me
If you want a POIS Form C (Co-Worker) report for yourself only, purchase a POIS Report About Me: Form C (Co-Worker).
To view a sample report, click here.
Stuart M. Schmidt, Ph.D., is a Professor of Human Resource Management at Temple University Fox School of Business and Management. His research interests include leadership, organizational politics, dynamics of virtual authority relationships, cross-cultural team relationships, and the power of wielding power.
David Kipnis (1924-1999), PhD, was a leader in understanding the social psychology of power. Kipnis was a fellow of the American Psychological Association, a James McKeen Cattell Fellow of the American Psychological Society, and a member of the Society of Experimental Social Psychology.
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