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Psychological “portrait of your firm”

Generally, clients for this service are people who ask themselves the following questions:

  • “what does my company look like from the outside?”
  • “what exactly will potential clients and partners appreciate on my
  • website?”
  • “who is my client? What is his psychological profile?”
  • “what is my company’s style and is it the right one?”
  • “what impression does my team make?”
  • “what can I do to improve all the parameters – which are weak?”

The number of pages depends on the number of questions, is negotiated individually, consists of several parts.

Part 1:

– visual psychological analysis of the company, allowing you to answer the questions of “external perception” of this firm by other companies: both competitors and partners (of different levels);
– detailing the peculiarities of the perception of your company (analysis of pros and cons, bonuses, discounts, etc.);
– identification of errors and points that need to be finalized;
– everything that relates to the positioning of the company in the market of the same services, analyzing the prospects of development.

Part 2:

This block is responsible for the so-called “human factor” analysis of your company.
It includes:
– Psychological analysis of the management staff;
– Psychological analysis of personnel (general diagnostic analysis);
– Analysis of psychological perception of your company’s personnel by clients and partners;
– Answering problematic questions of interest to the owner.

Part 3:

– “A psychological profile of your potential client”;
– A recommendation part.
  • several Japanese and American physiognomic techniques (light analysis, typological technique, graphic linear analysis technique, etc.);
  • the method of studying at a distance;
  • the method of morphoscopy (spots, acne, birthmarks, scars);
  • somatization method;
  • method of content analysis;
  • graphological method;
  • method of prediction on a number of directions and manifestations;
  • etc.

Through these techniques are explored:

  • temperament;
  • character;
  • orientations;
  • proclivities and physique;
  • traumas and abnormalities;
  • morbid predispositions;
  • sexual proclivities;
  • decision making;
  • psychological defenses;
  • exposure to influences;
  • fixations;
  • peculiarities, etc.
At the end of the work, recommendations for communication are given, and in the descriptive part Conclusion.
P.S. The more complete the set of requirements sent to us for study, the photos will meet the necessary quality – the more complete, in terms of points and areas of analysis, the work will be.
Besides, you can clearly formulate a sphere or a question and order a forecast in this area. For example, is this person prone to pickpocketing?


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