Viewing Your Network
The main Network page lists everyone currently in your organization’s network and allows you to work directly with another individual. Tap a person’s name in the Network list to learn more about that person—see Working with an Individual below.
If a name is not selectable and does not show an Energy Map thumbnail, then the text below the name will indicate that the person either 1) has not yet completed the assessment or 2) has set his or her profile to private.
Finding a Connection
Above the list of people in the Network panel is a search function, labeled “Find a Connection.” Begin typing in this box to filter the results listed in the Network panel. This filter returns all results across first name, last name, and email address.
Wildcards are not used in search functions.
Share Profile Function
If you need to connect with someone who has their profile set to private, tap the Share Profile button in the top-right corner of the Network panel. In the Share Profile filter, begin typing the person’s email address.
Tap the plus icon (+) to select the desired individual(s), then tap the Invite button in the bottom-right corner. You will see a confirmation message to show that you’ve successfully sent the connection request(s) within the application. Tap Done to return to the main Network page.
If all the people in your network are sharing their profiles, then this function is NOT needed—i.e., it will appear to be blank, no matter what you enter into the search box.
Shared Profile Requests Status
If you have sent a Share Profile request to someone in your network of if you’ve received one (if you have set your Profile Privacy), then you can review the status of these requests by scrolling to the bottom of the Network page.
For received requests, you can choose to “Decline” or “Accept” the request.
- Immediately after you accept a Share Profile request, you will need to refresh the Network page for that person’s profile to appear in the Network panel.
- If you accept a shared profile request from someone who also has a private profile, then you both will be able to view each other’s profiles and reports. (In other words, you do not have to reciprocate and send a share profile request to that person.)
For sent requests, you will see a list of everyone to whom you have sent a request, along with one of three statuses: “Pending,” “Accepted,” or “Declined.”
- If a person declines your request, it is possible to send another request to that person.
- Once the person chooses to accept your request, you will then be able to view the person’s Energy profile through the Network and Teams pages.
If all the people in your network are sharing their profiles (i.e., there are no private profiles), then this Shared Profile Requests panel is not needed and will remain empty.
Working with an Individual
Tap a person’s name on the Network panel to open that person’s profile page. From this page, you can better understand that person and learn more about how best to work with that person in a one-to-one setting.
If a name is not selectable and does not show an Energy Map thumbnail, then the text below the name will indicate that the person either 1) has not yet completed the assessment or 2) has set his or her profile to private. See Viewing Your Network above for more information.
Profile Summary Panel
The Profile Summary panel provides an overview of that person’s work preferences, basic employee information, and that person’s Energy Map. To view more detailed personal and employee information, tap the More link at the bottom of the Profile Summary panel.
Understanding and Working with Others
The main panel of this page contains all of the individual and pair reports available to help you better understand and work with this person.
The standard individual reports include Work Preferences, Energy Map, Time Map, Performance Cycle, and Learning Preferences.
The standard pair report between you and the person is Working Together. This report looks at how the Energy patterns of you and your partner align in a peer-to-peer collaboration; it also provides awareness of where you both may need to adjust your natural collaborative styles.
Your organization may have access to additional content beyond these standard reports (e.g., our Leadership bundle); however, this content must first be distributed by your local administrator.
If you feel that you are missing content beyond the standard reports listed in this guide, please contact your local administrator.