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Time Communication Model

Communication has the power to make or break your relationships at work or at home, and the key to good communication is being able to recognize that we’re each seeing things differently.

The Time Communication Model explains how perceptions often lead to misunderstandings that could be easily avoided. After taking this assessment, you’ll learn how to identify four major Windows of Perception—the Producer, the Imaginist, the Teamist, and the Analyst—and improve your ability to relate with each.

This assessment is foundational to all other skills ILD teaches, such as resolving conflict, improving listening skills, managing time, and understanding various leadership styles. Once you and your team understand the four Windows, you will be equipped to take your organization to the next level.

For a more in-depth look at the material covered in this assessment, get the companion book, Everyone Is a Jerk to Someone, Everyday.

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Passport to Your Identity

Do you long for clear purpose and direction in life . . . but struggle to find it? Gain new insight about yourself—mentally, emotionally, and spiritually—with Passport to Your Identity, a battery of assessments designed to help you understand your strengths, identify your spheres of influence, and find purpose in your life and work.

This assessment includes:

Destination Rank: Determine which of the five main “ranks,” or types of leadership roles, you are destined to hold.


Destination Mountains: Discover the top two cultural “mountains” you are called to influence. This idea is based on the “7 Spheres of Influence” developed by Bill Bright (Campus Crusade) and Loren Cunningham (YWAM).


Destination Acquired Talents: Learn which of sixteen talents, such as decisiveness, foresightedness, and persuasiveness, you are the most skilled in and where you have room for development.


Destination 11 Areas of Personal Growth: Identify which of the eleven major areas of personal growth, such as financial, relational, and emotional skills, you are strongest in, and learn where you need improvement.