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  1. 1. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile Thank you for taking the test. We hope it meets the purpose. Your report is presented in multiple sections as given below: Menu Indicators Indicators specific to the test The Graph Your results on major dimensions The Detailed Table (Profile Chart) Tabular presentation of your results on the principal factors/opposing factors axis The Comments Interpretation of your score on each factor with personalised comments General Profile Where you stand with respect to standard behavioral dimensions Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 1
  2. 2. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile Indicators Motivational distortion 0.0 0 10 This factor accesses the respondent`s tendency to give responses in a manner that is perceived to be desirable. Quotient : 95 Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 2
  3. 3. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile The Graph Your principal results (score out of 10) Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 3
  4. 4. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile The Detailed Table (Profile Chart) OPPOSING FACTOR A B C D E F G H I J K MAIN FACTOR Indifferent X Controlling Indifferent Controlling Solitary X Affiliative Solitary Affiliative Reserved X Lively Reserved Lively Artless X Diplomatic Artless Diplomatic Submissive X Assertive Submissive Assertive Trusting X Vigilant Trusting Vigilant Negligent X Conscientious Negligent Conscientious Restless X Tolerant Restless Tolerant Practical X Imaginative Practical Imaginative Easy Going X Achievement Oriented Easy Going Achievement Oriented Self doubting X Self assured Self doubting Self assured Casual X Rule conscious Casual Rule conscious Impulsive X Emotionally stable Impulsive Emotionally stable Group oriented X Individualistic Group oriented individualistic Pessimistic X Optimistic Pessimistic Optimistic Objective X Sensitive Objective Sensitive Focused on Present X Foresighted Focused on Present Foresighted Conventional X Experimenting Conventional Experimenting Non adaptive X Adaptive Non adaptive Adaptive Idea oriented X Action oriented Idea oriented Action oriented Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 4
  5. 5. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile OPPOSING FACTOR A B C D E F G H I J K MAIN FACTOR Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 5
  6. 6. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile The Comments Note: Certain character traits may seem contradictory in the descriptions. Indifferent Controlling At some timesSunder takes charge of situations while at other times he would prefer to be indifferent. His choice of shouldering responsibility and taking charge are likely to be dependent upon situational factors. Sunder may be an initiator or an observer depending upon the situation. He may not prefer exercising control on others but if he has to exercise control it will be supportive and not coercive. Solitary Affiliative Sunder has as a strong sense of affiliation as most of the people. He is generally caring and supportive but may behave in a cool and distant manner if required. He may behave categorical or generous depending on the situation and the people he is with. Sunder may behave in friendly manner but inclined more towards rational judgments. He is attentive to people around but is precise and objective in his social interactions. Reserved Lively Sunder has medium level of energy and enthusiasm. It indicates that he is very careful and cautious in speaking about things and people around him. He weighs his thoughts and statements before speaking; puts his views across in a balanced manner. Though he likes to expresses his views freely but at the same time pays proper attention to situation. Sunder behaves in a happy-go-lucky manner, but takes important matters seriously. Artless Diplomatic Sunder Is genuine and forthright and believes in mutual trust while interacting with others. However, he is equally good at modifying his behavior based on the situation and can be manipulative if need be. Though he is spontaneous and natural but at times he prefers to be emotionally detached in relationships. Sunder , generally, is well meaning at the same time he is capable of acting smart if the situation demands. Submissive Assertive Sunder is as much assertive as most of the people. He has an average level of assertiveness. At times he is accommodating and submissive while other times he is fairly assertive and expressive, thus his assertivity depends largely upon situation. He respects opinion of other people. At the same time the basic intention of his actions is not the wish to please anybody. He does not hesitate to express publicly his opinion on questions important to him. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 6
  7. 7. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile Trusting Vigilant Sunder is generally trusting and accepting to others, but circumstances may make him suspecting where matters do not confirm his basic values or beliefs. He is most of the times ready to adapt himself to the situation without too much of thinking. Sunder tends to be balanced and can maintain good relationships with people without unnecessary fear of rejection or being fooled. Negligent Conscientious Sunder has a low level of conscientiousness that indicates a greater comfortability with disorganization and a need for external pressure to keep things organized. He generally tends to tolerate disorder and is comfortable with the clutter. Sunder has less of self control and will power in structuring and organizing his work and life; and he is more apt to leave things to chance. He is likely to follow his own urges and is less likely to adhere to protocols. Restless Tolerant Sunder is alert and responsive while adapting a relaxed disposition; he tends to tolerates ambiguity and indecisiveness and adapts a rather relaxed attitude towards things and people. He is very less likely to get tensed or irritated. He needs external motivation to stay energetic. Sunder may easily feel tired and avoid high activity tasks. Practical Imaginative Sunder is concerned with both current realities as well as potentialities depending upon the situation. He gives almost equal attention to both- immediate results and a broader view. He may be earnest and too concerned at times. Sunder may be good at both, visioning and realistic appraisal, depending upon the exposure to situations but very less likely to be an excellent visionary or a hard core realist. Easy Going Achievement Oriented Sunder sets moderately difficult goals and achieves required results through independent effort; demonstrates a high level of determination and persistence where goals are clear; does not hesitate to stretch himself in order to achieve results. Sunder is prepared to say quot;noquot; and he questions expectations/goals when there is ambiguity. Self doubting Self assured Sunder has a tendency to appraise negatively his own abilities and potentialities. He has a high degree of self doubt that makes him worried and anxious. He may always have a feeling of insufficiency and is likely to be too self critical which results in low self confidence. Sunder tends to seek assurance and reinforcements from others in order to have confidence in self. This tendency leads him to be extra cautious in his approach and to anticipate danger more aptly than most of the people. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 7
  8. 8. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile Casual Rule conscious Sunder has a high sense of righteousness in everything he does. He is guided by a sense of duty and is more likely to persevere even in demanding situations. His actions are deeply rooted in moral standards and values. He is exacting in character and dominated by a sense of responsibility. Impulsive Emotionally stable Sunder is more sensitive than most of the people. He may get upset at the slightest provocation but at the same time has the ability to calm down easily. His score indicates a tendency to get distressed in emotionally disturbing situations. He may struggle to sustain a calm front under pressing situations and may often have feeling of helplessness in face of difficulty. Group oriented Individualistic Sunder `s score indicates a balance between need for togetherness and approval and need for individuality. His choice of being or working with groups or alone would depend upon situations and people involved in it. Sunder may be comfortable working in most situations. However, situations that demand for high dependence or high level of independence may not be conducive to his performance. Pessimistic Optimistic Sunder can be rightly termed as a realist. He strikes a balance between optimistic and pessimistic dispositions. He does not have very positive or overly negative expectations in uncertain situations. He rather adapts a middle path and acts accordingly. This makes Sunder effective in most of the situations that demand realistic appraisal. Objective Sensitive Sunder makes soft decisions emphasizing on harmony and humanism rather than objectivity and realism. His decisions are largely based on appraisal of acceptability. He is emotionally sensitive has some aesthetic orientation.He most of the times tends to make popular decisions that are well accepted by majority of people no matter how less objective or rational they may be. Sunder is likely to be most effective in situations that call for soft decisions with implementation as top priority. Focused on Present Foresighted Sunder is as good as most of the people in adapting strategic perspective and being foresighted. At times he prefers to hold long term views while at other times he focuses on current realities of the situations. Although he can easily switch his orientation from futuristic to realistic and vice versa he has not developed marked competency in either areas. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 8
  9. 9. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile Conventional Experimenting Sunder adapts a mix of conventional as well as innovative approach to change. He can be experimenting or conventional as per the demand of the situation. He is as experimenting or conventional as most people. Non adaptive Adaptive Sunder demonstrates a mixed reaction towards change at workplace. At some times he is quick to adapt to changes while at other times he is reluctant and may show resistance to change. His choice of action (to go with the change or against it) is most likely to depend upon situational factors. He seems to be very good at striking a balance between old and new ways of doing things. He is flexible when required and is as adaptive as most of the people. He may exhibit a tendency to go with the flow and be indecisive amid changing situations. Idea oriented Action oriented Sunder has a preference for action; more clear than most of the people. It may interest him more to act out things rather planning and conceptualizing. He is most likely to demonstrate an active and energetic approach towards everything. Sunder is also likely to have developed certain competence in implementing plans, executing tasks and mobilizing things and people. A task or project involving a lot of physical activities is more likely to make him feel happy and satisfied. He may feel uncomfortable and less in control of the situation if he has to something that requires deep thinking over a particular task, plan or project. He may often need to take breaks while working on this kind of task. Just to maintain his energy level. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 9
  10. 10. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile General Profile Behavioral Competencies 1 Coping with Pressure 74% 2 Initiative 73% 3 Innovation 65% 4 Flexibility 64% 5 Written Communication 63% 6 Teamwork 53% 7 Analysis and Problem-Solving 52% 8 Continuous Learning 47% 9 Business Acumen 46% 10 Drive for Results 42% 11 Customer Focus 34% 12 Technological Orientation 33% 1 Coping with Pressure 74% Coping with pressure requires a positive attitude in stressful situations or following failure. It relies on the ability to manage one’s own emotions, a willingness to take on challenging tasks, and the energy to remain focused on those tasks when presented with obstacles. 2 Initiative 73% People showing Initiative are constantly looking for things to do. They are self-confident and proactive and will generate activity for themselves rather than waiting for instruction. They are also prepared to take risks if they feel there is potential benefit in doing so. 3 Innovation 65% Innovation is about turning creative ideas into original solutions. This competency is concerned with producing new or different approaches to current situations and enabling this creativity in others. An innovative approach involves both generating ideas and seeing them through to implementation. 4 Flexibility 64% This competency is concerned with responding well to change. It requires a positive attitude toward change and a readiness to adapt when presented with new information, new situations or shifting priorities. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 10
  11. 11. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile 5 Written Communication 63% This competency concerns the ability to write clearly and succinctly. Clear Written Communication means adapting the style and content to meet the demands of the situation and audience. To communicate clearly and effectively will usually mean using well-structured, logical arguments and avoiding unnecessarily technical or complex language. 6 Teamwork 53% Teamwork means building supportive relationships within a team, based on trust and respect. It requires listening to each other, adapting to other people's different work styles and focusing on shared goals. It also means being willing to challenge others and to accept challenge as a way of getting the best results for the team. 7 Analysis and Problem-Solving 52% This competency is concerned with applying an analytical approach to solving problems and reaching logical conclusions. This means gathering information from a variety of sources and quickly gaining an understanding of it. It requires working effectively with complicated, conflicting or ambiguous information, and looking beyond the surface of issues to identify their underlying patterns and causes. 8 Continuous Learning 47% This competency is concerned with continually seeking new knowledge and skills, as well as developing existing capabilities. It involves taking advantage of all opportunities for professional development, seeking feedback on both style and performance, learning from others and gaining valuable lessons from successes and mistakes. 9 Business Acumen 46% Those who are commercially aware consider the flow of money and resources through an organization, and the need to get maximum value at each stage. They seek to achieve commercial objectives, such as profitability, so that the business can be as competitive and successful as possible. 10 Drive for Results 42% This competency requires a strong focus on setting and meeting high standards. People who drive for excellent results expect high standards from themselves and others. To be sure of this, they will take appropriate steps to monitor the quality of their own work and that of others. 11 Customer Focus 34% People demonstrating Customer Focus are eager to develop strong, lasting relationships with their clients. They are driven by a desire to understand and satisfy their customers’ needs, exceeding their expectations wherever possible. This competency may be concerned with clients inside or outside the organization; internal customers may be other departments or individuals from the same organization. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 11
  12. 12. CTPI-PROFESSIONAL VERSION Sunder RANGARAJAN's profile 12 Technological Orientation 33% Those demonstrating Technological Orientation show comfort and aptitude using technology in order to reach goals more efficiently and to a higher standard of quality. It means showing openness to advancements in technology and being quick to understand them. People who are strong in this area will use technology appropriately, and will help others to appreciate and understand the benefits of using technology. Taken on 05/02/2009 Central Test International (United Kingdom) Page 12