Personality and behavioural profiling in the work place provides an accurate insight into how people behave at work.
Businesses use behavioural profiling to gain a greater level of certainty in their recruitment and development programmes as well as succession planning.
These types of assessment look at how people behave at work and answer questions such as:
At Acumen 360° we have the capability to administer a range of psychometric tools through our team of expert analysts.
The psychometric assessments and tools recommended and used by us include:
Thomas International provides people assessments which empower business leaders to transform the performance of their teams and individuals – and deliver an immediate impact on their organization.
Through Thomas assessments we help our clients recruit, retain, develop and manage their people. We’ll give you insight into your staff – what motivates them, their core strengths and limitations, and their potential. And we’ll add a high level of certainty to all your people-related decisions.
Thomas assessments are straightforward to understand and quick to use, with rapid results.
Thomas has been at the forefront of assessment innovation for 30 years. They provide assessments in 56 languages and have a presence in over 60 countries. Today they are working with 32,000 companies and 250,000 trained Thomas users worldwide.
Spanning the entire employee lifecycle, from recruiting and retaining staff, to developing and managing performance, Thomas assessments will give you a high level of certainty in all of your people decisions.
Discovering the professional work style
Online Recruitment Hub
Assessing emotional expression & control
Building self knowledge from the outside in
Measuring ability and aptitude
Knowledge & skills assessment
Identify team strengths and gaps
Facilitating team analysis and forward planning
Facilitated personal assessment day
Self-awareness and modifying behavior
Discovering what good looks like and why
For more details visit www.thomasinternational.net
Extended DISC was founded in 1994 by Jukka Sappinen, an MBA from the Helsinki School of Economics who spent his early professional years consulting clients in the use of psychological tools. A profound understanding of the gap between existing tools and corporate needs enabled Jukka to develop what his clients were looking for: an instrument that combines a range of valuable analyses, forming a simple, unified system that can be used to generate understandable, integrated information on an individual, team, or entire organization.
One of the top three companies in the field today, Extended DISC International has spread to over 50 countries, with an annual growth rate of 20-50%. The Extended DISC® System has been translated into 55 languages and was used by over a million people in 2013.
Among many other benefits are…
How can Extended DISC® System add value to your services?
When developing a better understanding of how to improve the performance and effectiveness of individuals, teams and organizations, a thorough understanding of their natural behavior, communication and work styles will clearly be advantageous.
The Extended DISC® System provides that superior advantage. It gives your clients the understanding about their colleagues, teams and organization in a powerful yet understandable way, the way they’d never have believed possible.
Extended DISC is a complete platform for performance improvement programs for all organizational development issues, be it for employee management, team work and team building, leadership building or HR development matters.
Among the most popular applications for Extended DISC®:
For more details visit www.extendeddisc.in
The 16PF assessment gives a complete picture by measuring personality in both the professional and personal spheres. Its accurate predictions of behaviour and potential provide businesses with an enlightened confidence that steers staff selection and individual development. This unique depth and breadth of insight, along with more than 60 years of research and application, has earned the 16PF international renown and respect.
16PF key features
Belbin Team Roles are used to identify people's behavioural strengths and weaknesses in the workplace. This information can be used to:
A team should be put together for a specific purpose. Each team member should be chosen to ensure that the correct balance of skill and behaviour is achieved.
This doesn't mean that you need nine individuals, each with one strong Team Role in each team. Each of us can play two or three Team Roles well, and should learn to adapt our behaviour to the needs of the of team's objective.