Assessments

Online Assessments & Surveys

For convenience, our staff will administer psychological, work personality and career assessments on a web browser. Test-takers are therefore able to complete the assessments in a setting and time period that works best for them. Our standard assessment package is based in the science and practice of psychology, and tailors to the wants and needs of the client.

The tests are some of the most widely used and recognized tools that psychology has to offer, and we are dedicated to making the experience worthwhile and rewarding for our clients.

Assessments used

DRIC Personal History Survey

Features
An extensive survey of the participant’s biographical data. This includes job history, education, family background, career goals, self-evaluation and future goals.

Benefits
Provides a thorough background of the participant and a helpful context for all other assessment and developmental work

DRIC Job Function Survey

Features
A checklist of the participant’s management skills and interests

Benefits
Analyzes the gap between one’s skills and interests, which is helpful in career planning and leadership development

Myers Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) ®Step II Expanded Interpretive Report Form Q

Features
The most widely used personality inventory in the world; the MBTI determines the participant’s preferences on four aspects of personality.

Benefits
Illustrates the participant’s work preferences, work styles, communication styles, decision-making techniques and information-gathering approaches

Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation – Behavior( FIRO-B)™

Features
Assesses personality dynamics, individual approaches to inclusion, and preferences for power/control and affection. This evaluation determines the ways these variables affect workplace relationships.

Benefits
Useful in screening for personnel selection, predicting leadership potential and highlighting development needs

Thomas-Kilmann (TKI) Conflict Mode Instrument

Features
Measures how the participant approaches conflict situations. Five different styles are assessed: competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding and accommodation.

Benefits
Provides information on the participant’s leadership and interpersonal strengths in conflict situations, and points to developmental needs

Employee Aptitude Survey (EAS)

Features
A highly predictive and job-specific group of mental ability measurements. Consists of timed tests in four areas: vocabulary, math, numerical reasoning and verbal reasoning.
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Benefits
Measures and compares the job-specific thinking skills of participants to each other, customized norm groups and national samples. Can generate company, function, and team-specific norms

360-degree Assessment

Features
An all-encompassing, custom-designed approach to assessing management competencies and attributes defined by the client

Benefits
Provides comprehensive information from superiors, peers, direct reports, stakeholders and participants about an individual’s work performance

16 Personality Factors

Features
An all-encompassing, custom-designed approach to assessing management competencies and attributes defined by the client

Benefits
Provides comprehensive information from superiors, peers, direct reports, stakeholders and participants about an individual’s work performance
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The MMPI-2 Revised Personnel System

Features
Used to assess participant’s emotional competency for high-risk, high-stress positions. Also used in assessing candidates for special positions of power and influence such as those in religious or other ministry work.

Benefits
It presents in-depth, occupation-specific information—with tailored reports for six public safety fields.

EQ-i

Features
Examine participant’s emotional intelligence. The score is compared to other leaders and insight into leadership strengths and potential areas for development.

Benefits
The assessment connects EI with leadership. Provides participants the strengths and areas for development of EI in developing leadership.