We have three inventories that offer powerful insights into candidates' personality, personal competencies, and motivations. The WPS provides a detailed picture of a candidates' personality, and considers the likely implications for their work style and competencies. The CSQ analyzes the personality dimensions relevant to creativity and innovation. The MQ provides information about factors that motivate and demotivate candidates.
Personality traits directly influence employees' work style, performance and career success. The WPS personality assessment test is designed to identify how an individual's personality traits are likely to impact on their work style and competencies. The feedback report provides a concise picture of personality traits across the big five factors along with practical tips for performance improvement. This is an excellent tool to support employee selection and development programs.
Are you an adaptor or an innovator? The CSQ creative style assessment measures an individual's thinking and problem solving style. Based on Adaption-Innovation Theory, the instrument has five scales that measure idea generation, willingness to question rules, openness to change, assertiveness, and achievement motivation. The feedback report provides a concise picture of an individual's creative style and with practical tips about how to improve problem solving and decision making.
The MQ assesses what motivates and demotivates people at work. The MQ model is based on twenty motivation dimensions that occur repeatedly in the literature on motivation. These cover key areas in motivation frameworks including the three key areas of Ryan and Deci's (2002) Self-Determination Theory--Autonomy, Relatedness, and Competence. The feedback report summarizes the factors that impact on a person's motivation and provides ideas and suggestions for performance improvement.
Our emotional intelligence inventories offer different perspectives on candidates' emotional awareness, emotional intelligence, and emotional abilities. The EIQ16 measures sixteen emotional abilities covering the Four Branch Model of emotional intelligence. The SYN provides a joined-up picture of a candidate's personality and emotional competencies.
According to Daniel Goleman, you won't get very far, no matter how smart you are, if you are unable to manage your own and other people's feelings and emotions. This assessment is based on the Mayer-Salovey-Caruso four branch model of emotional intelligence. Designed to increase awareness and understanding of emotional intelligence, the development report provides a rich picture of a person's emotional awareness and abilities along with practical tips for performance improvement.
Synthesis is a new state-of-the art assessment test that reveals deep insights into an individual's work style and how it is likely to impact on job performance. Based on the five factor model of personality and the four branch model of emotional intelligence, the assessment provides a joined-up picture of a candidate's personality traits and emotional abilities along with a profile of their personal and emotional competencies. This is an excellent tool for talent development.
We have three inventories that will help you build a rich picture of candidates' management and leadership competencies and style. The LPI assesses leadership potential against twenty areas of leadership competence. The MLQ30 provides an in-depth analysis of a candidate's management and leadership style in thirty areas covering transformational and transactional aspects of leadership. The TSQ provides a 360-degree picture of an employee's management and leadership style and competencies.
The LPI inventory is designed to throw light on an individual's management and leadership style and potential. Normed on a very large international benchmark group of over 20,000 managers, the inventory provides a comprehensive picture of an individual's management and leadership level, style, and competencies. The feedback report contains practical tips and recommendations for performance improvement and development making it an excellent tool for executive education programs.
What does it take to be an effective manager and leader--one who is competent in the transformational and transactional challenges of their position? The MLQ30 assessment is designed to help individuals recognize and master both components. The development report provides a rich picture of an individual's management and leadership competencies along with insights into their style and situational effectiveness. The report also provides practical tips for performance improvement.
The TSQ is a 360-degree survey designed to show how far an individual’s perception of their knowledge, skills, style, and competencies is shared by the people they work with—for example, bosses, direct reports, peers, and customers. The standard survey measures 25 management and leadership competencies that feature in many competency frameworks. The feedback report summarizes an individual's management and leadership competencies and provides performance improvement suggestions.
The SCQ is designed to provide information about an individual's sales competencies and style. The SCQ competency model measures thirteen sales competencies covering three key areas of selling: strategy and business focus, work ethic and resilience, and interpersonal skills. It also provides an assessment of a salesperson's selling style against three well-established behavioral concepts in the sales literature--adaptive selling, relationship selling, and customer-oriented selling.
The SPQ20 sport psychology test is designed to measure a sports person's mental toughness and skills. The assessment is based on a four branch model of sport mental skills covering an athlete's confidence and resilience, achievement drive and competitiveness, relationships and sportsmanship, and power motivation and aggressiveness. The feedback report provides unique insights into an athlete's personality and mental skills, and gives performance improvement ideas and suggestions.