Creating Behavioral Insights Workshop

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Manex’s Creating Behavioral Insights Workshop introduces basic concepts and tools to help management assess current and prospective employees’ behavioral strengths and job needs. This objective data can help with your decision-making process when it comes to interviewing, hiring and/or managing people. This process develops concepts and provides working examples of tool use, processes, and thinking for making better human resources decisions.


*Lunch will be provided. Dietary restrictions will be requested during registration.

Learn New Tools to Gain Objective Data

The Person Level Tool is a rapid behavioral assessment tool that allows understanding of:

  • Pre-disposed behaviors
  • Adaptability to behavioral change
  • Communication style
  • Relating to Others
  • Focus of Interest
  • Decision-making
  • Time orientation and reaction to change
  • Pace
  • Tolerance for Ambiguity
  • Relating
  • Motivational considerations
  • Job Adaptability

The Job Role Level Tool can help you create the ideal candidate profile to assist in candidate comparison by:

  • Creating an objective profile
  • Creating a profile based on future role needs
  • Defining critical behavioral characteristics required for success
  • Identifying motivational needs for success in the role
  • Identifying performance considerations
  • Identifying conflicts between work environment and candidate’s motivational needs or behavioral style


  • Learn an approach to building job profile for the ideal candidate
  • Understand behavioral tendencies for a person, based on objective data output.
  • Compare real job behaviors to candidate behaviors
  • Understand strengths and liabilities of choices we make to fill a job



Walt Tarpley has over 25 years of extensive manufacturing experience and expertise in general management, manufacturing operations, quality systems, engineering, and continuous improvement. He has managed teams and sites up to 600 people while performing major performance transformations.