Psychometric Assessments

Personality assessments measure characteristics that predict performance and future potential in a specific role. Job performance is often dependent on personal qualities such as an individual’s drive and ambition and how they fit into your team or organisation, or on how inspiring they are as leaders. Personality assessments offers valuable insight and makes a great impact on an organisation.

Cognitive, ability and potential assessments assists in identifying candidates with the right abilities and potential to flourish in a role. These assessments identify high-calibre talent, efficiently, accurately and securely. Cognitive, ability and potential assessments are highly effective in predicting job success, they objectively measure the aptitudes or abilities identified as important for success in the role. 

The Emotional Intelligence assessment measures the distinct combination of emotional and social skills and competencies that influence our overall capability to cope effectively with the demands and pressures of work and life.

The Values Assessment identifies motivation, culture and values, and potential opportunities for improvement within a team.

The sales assessment provides an objective view of one’s strengths and areas of development within sales. It quantifies a person’s selling skills and provides insight to one’s capabilities.

Determining whether an individual has the ability, potential and cultural fit to succeed.  Integrity assessments explores an individual’s standing on salient attitudes and behaviours that are associated with counter-productive work behaviour (CWB). This includes both interpersonal and organisational, as well as risk-taking behaviour.

Organisations should identify individuals with integrity and strong moral principles that align with their organisation. Integrity assessments also explore an individual’s ability to uphold ethical standards and the degree to which they are vulnerable to counterproductive behaviour. Being able to predict counterproductive work behaviour is of great practical importance in order to save enormous costs. 

An interest assessment can help you identify careers that meet your interests. Interest assessments usually explores a series of interest fields and how you align your interest and career.  Interest assessments match your likes, interest and strengths to potential roles and careers. When you choose a career that matches your overall interests, you’re more likely to enjoy your job and to be more likely to be successful.

Aptitude assessments are a structured way of assessing an individual’s ability to perform certain tasks.  Aptitude assessments assess an individual’s fluid intelligence, combined with the ability to apply reasoning, logic, and the ability to work with information.

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