Driven people with talent and passion can make a difference within an organisation. Especially when they inspire each other, a lot is possible. Look beyond someone's CV and discover their talent. Our assessments help with that. They provide insight into the hidden talents, competencies and motives.
We are happy to advise you on what instruments are best suited to your needs and how you can achieve optimal results when selecting talented individuals. This ensures you only select people who are suitable for the organisation and the position. That, in turn, leads to reduced turnover and better performances.
The adaptive cognitive capacity test for complete insight into a person's professional and intellectual credentials, usable at every level.
The complete assessment for insight into a person's aptitude for competencies is based on their personality and drives.
The complete assessment for insight into leadership competencies, leadership style, qualities, and pitfalls.
Personality Colours provides insight into the (colour) type, qualities, areas of improvement, work and communication style and the (in)correct approach.
Choose the right person in a playful manner.
Most of the trainers in the field of teambuilding and team effectiveness use Belbin’s Team roles. For years, however, I have been a fan of the model of Eduard de Bono; the six thinking hats. I would like to discuss the differences and promote the six thinking hats approach, because it is is fun and effective!
The Quinn competitive values model distinguishes between four organisational modalities:flexibility, control, internal orientation and external orientation. These succeed each other according to the circumstancxes within which an organisation operates. ‘Quinn’ is a useful model for coaching and Management Development.
In an internationalising environment, we are often asked if immigrants can be assessed with our capability test material and if our tests would be applicable abroad. I would like to comment on my experience with this subject in this blog, and make recommendations on how to be careful when making a choice between capability test materials.