Life-long learning is essential for employees and organisations alike. Change calls for development; development leads to innovation. Allow passionate people to develop themselves and make optimal use of their talents. In the end, investing in their development and stimulating their learning ability will benefit everyone. You can use Ixly's assessments to map out your the talents and ambitions of your team.
Passionate people are eager to develop and capitalise on their talents. You can maximise the returns on your investment in people's development by accommodating their talents, ambitions and learning style.
Personality Colours provide insight into the (colour) type, qualities, areas of improvement, work and communication style and the (in)correct approach.
The complete assessment for insight into talents, personality, drives, learning style and development strategy.
The complete assessment for career-related questions such as “Who am I? What do I want? What am I capable of?”
The assessment for insight into a person's ability to change and exhibit flexibility on the work floor.
The Quinn competitive values model distinguishes between four organisational modalities: flexibility, control, internal orientation and external orientation. These succeed each other according to the circumstances within which an organisation operates. ‘Quinn’ is a useful model for coaching and Management Development.
It is always a good idea to test a candidate’s intellectual ability, particularly when the job in question requires a certain amount of brainpower. But why? And if we do so, which tests should we use? And even more important, where do we draw the line?
Integrity is an important concept in staff recruitment. The damage that dishonest behaviour causes can be enormous. It varies from behaviour that impacts productivity, such as turning up late or petty theft, to serious fraud. The newspapers regularly feature organisations that have sustained serious damage and have even gone belly-up due to integrity violations.