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Phone: (321) 351-3700
Address: 3251 Progress Drive, Suite F
Orlando, FL 32826
The Right Profile is built on a few core principles:
A great team can always accomplish more than a great individual
Everyone should have a chance to work on a championship team that they love
Sports can be one of the greatest ways to develop character and leadership skills
What we have learned as a company through sports will help us change lives throughout organizations and industries everywhere
These simple principles mask the complexity of what we do for our clients. Our customers see an element of magic in what we do and the insights that we can provide. The Right Profile uses people-centric science, proprietary psychometric assessments and patent-pending predictive analytics to help individuals and teams reach their full potential.
Our easy-to-understand reports help sports teams and companies see past simple, tangible metrics (a 40-yard dash time, the school that a candidate attended, GPA, etc.) to understand the intangibles (drive, coachability, persistence, teamwork, etc.). Coaches, General Managers, C-Suite executives, professional development and human resource professionals all use our tools to evaluate candidates for fit with an organization, deploy an individual on various teams where they will make the most impact and develop talent in a way that allows an individual to grow at their own pace and keep them engaged in the organization.
Our customers hire us because we provide a significant competitive advantage. In professional sports, where we are the market leader, our teams win more games and more championships. Customers include the reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and reigning American League champion Kansas City Royals. Nearly all players drafted in the NFL and MLB drafts are assessed by The Right Profile. The Right Profile is also growing quickly in college & high school athletics, and individual athletes can now access the TAP and our development reports through takethetap.com.
Beyond sports, we have taken our methodologies and lessons learned from the ultra-competitive world of professional sports, and applied them to the business world where we help our business clients make better hiring & management decisions. As a result, our clients see reduced turnover, increased organizational effectiveness and increased profitability.
Although our first talent evaluation service focuses on the legal profession, we are also creating evaluations for finance, engineering/technology, medicine and education. Our first career guidance tool is also currently available at shouldibealwyer.com, and will help aspiring attorneys understand if law might be a good fit for their individual mental makeup, and if so, what practice areas and settings might be best for them.
Although The Right Profile is known for its role as a leader talent evaluation and development systems, technology is at the core of our services. Our software services include:
- Multiple pending patents
- Deep system integration engineering (stats, psychology, algorithms, business applications, reporting, interfaces)
- Full SaaS, including cloud-based management, servers in the cloud, auto scale, browser-based application
The Right Profile is privately held and is headquartered in Orlando, FL.
Dr. Troutwine began consulting to organizations in the late 1970s and built an impressive track record during the early 1980s with corporate clients and laying important groundwork in the fields of sport and law. By the mid-80s Dr. Troutwine had gained national recognition in areas such as sports and law. His specializations include: assessment for the purpose of selection, training and promotion; executive development; performance appraisal; strategic planning; quality enhancement; and organizational research and development.
Dr. Troutwine is probably best known for his work in sports. He coached college football for two years in the early 1980s before coming on board with the Kansas City Chiefs in 1984. Since then, Dr. Troutwine has consulted with dozens of professional sports teams in the NFL, MLB and NBA, on talent selection and development. His work at the collegiate level includes many facets of player personnel and staff development. He also helps coaches, athletes and parents at the collegiate and high school levels maximize the mental performance of individual athletes and teams.
He has excited many audiences with his workshops on building a winning business team, motivation, leadership and interpersonal effectiveness. Several assessment tools have been designed by Troutwine that help organizations select and develop personnel that fit within an organization’s culture and thrive in the specific job role.
Robert Troutwine, PhD currently holds the title of Professor Emeritus after being a professor and chair of the Psychology Department at William Jewell College.
Prior to The Right Profile, Sterling worked for Disney in information technology where he created an early niche in business intelligence developing company reporting strategies and executive dashboards. Sterling started out as the first member of a department that under his leadership grew to a team of 15. While working on numerous corporate technical projects, Sterling became convinced that the reasons many projects failed was not because of the technology used, but because the people involved in the project had not been properly understood. Sterling then developed a keen interest in organizational and social psychology, and after becoming certified in psychological exams and becoming a member of SHRM, worked with human resources and organizational development at Disney. Seeking to do more, he then went to work with Disney marketing to help them better understand the integration of marketing metrics, psychology, psychographics, strategies and corporate partnerships.
After Disney, Sterling independently performed strategic consulting with emerging technology companies, Fortune 50 companies and federal agencies on the intersection between Psychometrics and Marketing, Organizational Development and Leadership Strategy. This consulting practice led Sterling to form Step Research, Inc. as a Benefit Corporation (a combination between profit generation and non-profit goals) working further in the same subjects.
Sterling frequently presents at business and professional conferences on how technology, hiring, sales and marketing relate to psychological types. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Psychological Type International, a global professional organization of psychological type researchers, consultants, coaches and leadership trainers.
Sterling received a BS in General Studies with concentrations in Mathematics, Minority Studies & Physical Education from Wichita State University. He has also done significant coursework toward multiple masters degrees in Computer Science, Business Administration and Psychology, but ultimately left Stanford and his Graduate Teaching Assistant position to join Disney.
Mark’s work with The Right Profile focuses on helping athletes, coaches and teams reach their fullest potential, and helping law firms reduce the human and monetary cost in their hiring processes. Mark’s experience in the legal industry – nearly twenty years in roles ranging from full-time practice to managing the business of a law firm to coaching business development strategies for firms and attorneys – has given him deep insight into the problems facing professional services firms and the professionals that work there. In fact, Mark has also been a frequent speaker at legal industry conferences, helping law firm leaders think through future state possibilities for their firms and the industry.
Mark received his MBA from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, with majors in Marketing, Management & Strategy and Media Management. Mark also received his JD from Chicago-Kent College of Law and his BA from Northwestern University. In his limited free time, Mark can be found sailing, skiing or listening to live music.
Gene has an MBA in Management and Organizational Behavior from Babson College and an Ed.M with a concentration in Counseling and Consulting Psychology from Harvard University. He incorporates his educational background in organizational behavior and psychology into his pursuit of helping others identify and understanding behavior patterns.
An entrepreneur for most of his career, Gene is also a founding partner at Step Research Corp. developing new ways to introduce behavior patterns and differences to people online. In his spare time Gene serves on the Board of Directors for the Association of Psychological Type International , a global organization of MBTI consultants, coaches and leadership trainers, he golfs when he can, and plays guitar in a blues band.