Strategic self-awareness is the key to employee development, but it’s easier said than done.
Reputation vs. Identity
We rarely see ourselves the same way others see us.
The complexity of human nature makes it hard to understand our strengths and challenges.
It’s rare for others to be truly honest with us, even if we ask for feedback.
The truth hurts, and we go to great lengths to avoid facing it.
The Dark Side
Describes strengths that can turn into career-derailing behaviors when times get tough.
Predicts how leaders could react under stress or complacency.
Allows leaders to stay consistent and avoid creating a toxic work environment.
The Bright Side
Describes how an employee will act when they are at their best.
Gives insight into how employees work, how they lead, and how successful they can become.
Captures key behavioral tendencies related to getting along and getting ahead.
Describes an employee’s core goals, values, drivers, and interests.
Reveals what motivates candidates to succeed.
Details their most productive type of job and working environment.
Easy-to-use self-guided reports
Full-day team-building workshops
Customized 12-month one-on-one coaching plans
Targeted development plans that align with strategic goals
High potential identification and programing
Personalized feedback sessions lead by certified experts
In conjunction with other programs at assessment centers
Tailored to suit 650 job families at every career stage
Our assessments were the first to scientifically measure personality for business, and are grounded in more than three decades of research. Today, we are committed to the same spirit of innovation that helped us become the industry leader. Inspired by the Civil Rights Act of 1964, which made discrimination illegal in the hiring process, our founders were dedicated to developing non-discriminatory personality assessments. Our assessments allow employers to eliminate any potential bias based on gender, ethnicity, and race as part of the selection process.