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SOCIAL STYLE International Language Options

TRACOM offers SOCIAL STYLE Profiles in a wide variety of international languages.  The use of local-country language results in a more effective training program.  A variety of local-country comparative norms are also available.

Universal Multi-Rater Profile

The flagship Universal Multi-Rater online profile provides the most robust language selections. Participants and raters can complete their surveys in their own preferred language, with the Profile Report generated in a company-selected language. The Universal Multi-Rater Profile Report is available in the following languages.

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Universal Self-Perception Profile and Concepts Guide

The flagship Universal Self-Perception online profile provides the most robust language selections. Participants can complete their surveys in their own preferred language, with the Profile Report generated in a company-selected language. The Universal Self-Perception Profile Report is available in the following languages.  In addition, the Concepts Guide is included with the Profile Report.

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 Paper Universal Concepts Guide and Self-Perception Questionnaires

TRACOM’S paper Universal Concepts Guide and Self-Perception Questionnaires are also available in  multiple languages.

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View our Product Catalog translated into Chinese here.

Country and Regional Norms

TRACOM offers a variety of international norms to reflect the culture and behavioral standards of individual countries and geographic regions.  In doing so, people receive profile reports that are most meaningful for them.  Research shows that SOCIAL STYLE is a global context; it exists across nationalities and geographies.  However, every culture is unique, and this is sometimes reflected in the way SOCIAL STYLE and Versatility are displayed.  For this reason it is important for people to use norms that reflect their specific culture.  Norms are a reference point so that people can compare themselves to others. Click here for more information about International Norms.

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