We provide psychometric tests to organisations seeking an accurate and critically acclaimed method of individual analysis.
Our approach to these psychometric tests includes 1:1 feedback via telephone from a business psychologist. This ensures for an in depth, informative and beneficial evaluation.
There are many different systems and categories used to explain obvious similarities and differences in people. The MBTI is one system, based on psychological type, which is specifically useful for team development, as it helps us understand peoples’ preferences for performing certain tasks, and adding value through their contribution to team problem solving.
Based on the four basic preferences we can start to understand some of the personal differences that exist in people and help us to apply this understanding in the way we work as a team to bring out the best in each other, play to our strengths, solve problems and improve our communications.
We highly recommend the Hogan Leadership Series which consists of the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI), Development Survey (HDS) and Motives, Values and Preferences Inventory (MVPI). These psychometric questionnaires are tools that extract important information on a person’s ability to lead others, individual differences in interpersonal behaviours, behavioural performance risks and what motivates and drives a person in the workplace.
If you are overseeing a development process, are experiencing difficulties with a team or are looking at a staff restructure, a Hogan team map could provide you with the psychological insight into the potential success or potential derailers of individuals and the team in which they work.
The PAPI-I is a work preference inventory. It examines an individual’s personal style at work as a result of their needs and their confidence in carrying out different roles. It looks at motivators, leadership style, temperament and relationships with superiors.
This instrument helps people understand their interpersonal needs and how those needs influence their communication style and behaviour—and in the process improve their personal relationships and professional performance. We use the tool in team development to assess interpersonal dynamics and develop effective team working through understanding individual behaviour and improving communication.