UPDATES FROM THE WORLD OF HUMANOSTICS
THE PATH TO A GREAT ONBOARDING PROCESS
PI COGNITIVE ASSESSMENT EFPA CERTIFIED
WHAT IS BEST - APPLES, PEARS OR ORANGES?
- What does the job really entail?
- Which skills are needed?
- What type of person would shine in such a job?
- How does this behaviour match the goals and the strategy of the organisation?
- How complex is the job?
IS THE PI BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT VALID?
In the email containing the report there was a link to a survey where the assessment takers could indicate to what extent they found the report precise.
Of the 3535 respondents who answered on their own behalf, 86 % gave a 4 or 5 out of 5 which indicates that the lions’ share of respondents found that the report was an accurate description of them.
The responses have also been matched with the reference profiles of the assessment takers. The most common reference profiles were Collaborator and Operator – both accounted for 9 % of the responses – whereas only 3 % were Analyzers. The reference profiles which were scored as the most precise were Captain and Persuader (with a score of 4.6 and 4.53, respectively) and the least precise was Individualist (3,86). Please note that were still many Individualists who found that the report correctly reflected them.In sum: Based on scientific studies and on the feedback we get from assessment takers, we can conclude that the PI Behavioral Assessment is both very valid and very precise. The next step is to analyse if some of the words and phrases in the reports, for example the one describing Individualists, need to be adjusted, so we make sure that it is not a few words and phrases which elicit a negative response. If yiu wish to know more, please contact us or click HERE.
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HUMANOSTICS WINS TWO AWARDS
ARTICLE: THE IDEAL MARITIME LEADER IS AN ILLUSION
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LEARN TO LEVERAGE PI FOR DEVELOPMENT AND COLLABORATION
APPLYING PI THROUGHOUT THE EMPLOYEE LIFE CYCLE
- Understand a person
- Guide people to work better together
- Increase manager self-awareness
- Mentor a person’s development
- Optimise team performance
- Understand group dynamics
- Make informed people decisions
- And much more!