The Enneagram system measures the ways we perceive and interpret the world, how we manage our emotions, and how we behave in different situations. It is designed to predict how people make decisions and take actions, especially in relation to the stress and opportunity of everyday life – it purports to uncover the patterns of behaviour that unconsciously drive and motivate. In the occupational context, the Enneagram provides insights into a candidate’s approach to interpersonal relationships and style in the work setting.
Highlight your values to assess the candidate's fit, in both principle and in action, of your company, your department and/or your teams.
The 16 Personality types test is a model for understanding different personality types. Each individual was born with different ways of perceiving information and making decisions. These preferences have a considerable influence on the way each person reacts, communicates, has a leadership style, or has strengths and weaknesses. The 16 Personality types test allows you to identify your preferred ways of functioning and those of the people you work with, thus helping to build more effective, productive and enjoyable relationships.
The CISDAG test aims to measure six robust and well-established personality factors: 'Diligent 'Composed 'Gregarious 'Amiable 'Scrupulous' and 'Intellective'.\n\nThis test was created based on the research established to develop the HEXACO test, by Kibeom Lee, Ph.D., & Michael C. Ashton, Ph.D.
The DISC test distinguishes four behavior types in people: dominant, influential, stable and conscientious. It allows us to determine a person's predominant behavior type and measure their adaptability, flexibility, interpersonal communication and leadership. The results are then used to improve communication and collaboration, especially in a work context.
This test aims at measuring the ‘dark side’ of personality in an occupational context with nine personality factors: Self-confident, Mischievous, Volatile, Vigilant, Detached, Irritable, Melodramatic, Eccentric, and Perfectionistic. The dark-side side of personality is important in the workplace, affecting productivity, team relations, and even workplace integrity.
The Big Five personality assessment evaluates the 5 major dimensions of normal personality. This test has been used in thousands of academic studies, which have provided compelling evidence for the idea that people in any culture differ in these five personality dimensions, and that those differences predict important work-related outcomes, such as job performance, engagement, work stress and wellbeing, and leadership potential.