ICS-CONNECT Communication Assessment

ICS-CONNECT Communication Assessment

People are different in fundamental ways. They have distinct cultures, goals and needs. They think, imagine, perceive, and comprehend differently. Hence, the uniqueness of you and everyone around you! Awareness of how these differences affect the communication process can dramatically improve your personal and professional relationships.

With the ICS-CONNECT communication assessment and coaching program you will:

  • Gain an understanding of when and why you connect or disconnect with others, and why others connect or disconnect with you.
  • Discover how to connect with anyone to build a bond of mutual trust.
  • Increase your awareness of leadership communication styles.
  • Learn how to reduce conflict and anger.
  • Develop the ability to build stronger and more trusting relationships with individuals, groups and teams.

ICS-CONNECT is solidly based on the works of Carl Gustav Jung.

Due to the way the ICS-CONNECT is scored, it doesn’t type people and put them into a certain category. Instead, it demonstrates and graphs all four Jungian Energies and the person’s natural preferences for each of the energies. Click here to see a sample assessment report.

ICS-CONNECT begins with the distinction between introversion and extraversion along with what Jung suggests are Four Basic Ways or Functions: Sensing, Thinking, Intuition, and Feeling.

We all have and use these functions but we have them in different proportions and we use them to communicate in different ways too!

ICS-CONNECT can be used as a stand-alone assessment and debrief in order to bring about a positive change to how you communicate.

The assessment can also be integrated into our Cross-Cultural Coaching and Leadership Development Coaching services.

Contact us to discuss how we can help you communicate effectively and “build a bond of mutual trust.”




Testimonial – ICS

“When communicating with others, you must keep them connected long enough to build a bond of mutual trust where they are willing to let you influence them in a positive manner.”

—Dick Huiras,