Quintax Reports

A rich range of reports is available through Quintax.  These are described in the table below with some of their uses.  The suggestions should not be seen as exclusive as the reports have been designed to be flexible in covering many potential applications, and to be useful in combination with other tools and approaches.

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Quintax Profile Chart
A complete picture of the respondent’s profile is presented along with scores on the SR&A Team Role model. This is colour graded to illustrate the clarity of the respondent’s preferences on the five factor scales. Can be used if desired as take-away written feedback for the respondent. A primary purpose is to support 1to1 oral feedback with the respondent.
  • As a basis of 1 to 1 feedback process
  • As written summary for respondent after oral feedback
  • To provide concise advice to interview panel in selection events
  • To provide input or wash-up summary for use in assessment centres
  • See sample
Quintax Type Report
This report takes the poles of the five factors which are closest to the results of the respondent and gives a holistic summary of the typical impact of their responses. This provides a description of the respondent’s preferences and their strength, along with a type pen portrait, strengths, possible development areas and tips for development, with summaries on learning style, time management, and temperament. Further information is provided about the respondent’s type and preferences, and how to understand these and their links with work behaviour.
  • As a holistic summary of respondent’s results to plan oral feedback
  • Summary of global trends for respondent use in career transition

  • In development discussions with respondent
  • As a basis for coaching
  • In team building or team diagnostics
  • As holistic summaries for interviewers in selection
  • See sample
Quintax Learning Style
A model of learning is followed by a description of the respondent’s preferences for different parts of the learning cycle and their implications. Subsequently, preferred approach to different parts of the learning cycle, potential difficulties, and suggestions for dealing with them are presented specifically for the respondent’s Quintax Type.
  • In oral feedback regarding respondent’s approach to learning
  • As written feedback for respondent to review
  • In development events
  • In coaching around learning to learn, learning blocks, facilitating effective learning
  • In training events
  • See sample
Managerial & Professional Impact Report
The report includes: a descriptive summary of the respondent’s profile; a detailed report of the respondent's working style for each trait; sections on ‘perspectives’ and ‘deep structure’ that deal with combinations of attributes and their implications for work; finally a technical appendix is given.
  • Subsequent to initial feedback for discussion of detailed profile implications
  • As feedback for interview panels in selection events
  • In assessment centres
  • Individual development work and coaching around temperament, and deep structure aspects of profile
  • Career coaching and management
  • See sample
Innovation & Change Report
This report describes the Creative Style Continuum and how it relates to work. The respondent’s score on the continuum and the impact of their Quintax Type on their approach to innovation and their reactions to change is covered. The difficulties of dealing with those who have a different creative style are covered along with suggestions. A learning task is built into the final section of the report.
  • Subsequent to initial feedback to discuss creative style
  • Written feedback for respondent review
  • In development events dealing with innovation
  • Coaching around responding to change
  • Workshops on team creativity, problem solving, change, and change blockers
  • Selection for creative style
  • See sample
Team Role Report
This report is focussed on the respondent’s team behaviour and contributions. Scores and interpretation are provided for nine team roles in the model. A page for the respondent to summarise their conclusions and produce an action plan is provided. Finally, a table is provided to show the links between the model and other well-known approaches to Team Role.
  • To amplify profile chart feedback on team role in 1 to 1 feedback
  • Written team role feedback for respondent to review
  • In team building and team development workshops
  • Individual coaching around team role theory
  • Additional information when selecting to teams
  • See sample
Leadership Report
A model is presented based upon the concepts of transformational, transactional, and passive leadership. Scores and interpretation are provided on these and on sub-components. A page for the respondent to summarise their conclusions and produce an action plan is provided.
  • Subsequent to 1 to 1 feedback to discuss leadership implications
  • Written feedback for respondent review
  • Leadership development workshops
  • Coaching around leader performance issues
  • Career management
  • Leader selection
  • See sample
Quintax Analytics
This report, intended for the Quintax User, gives a summary of the response style indices taken while the respondent completed Quintax. This provides a traffic light model for deciding on the ‘interpretation risk’ attached to the respondent’s profile based on their results and their completion strategy. Each index is described in detail, and subsequently responses to individual questions are listed. Tips and guidance on interpretation is provided for report users.
  • High stakes selection and development processes
  • As a check on candidate reactions when assessed remotely, without face-to-face supervision
  • To decide user’s 1 to 1 feedback strategy
  • For Quintax User to assess interpretability of profile based on respondent’s approach to completion
  • Complex and not specifically trait related, therefore appropriate for user planning rather than as direct respondent feedback
  • See sample