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Personality Assessments

Identify leaders. Understand differences. Cultivate strengths.

Personality assessments can help leaders better understand themselves, how they work, and how they might be perceived by those around them. We partner with several reputable organizations to offer what we’ve found to be the most reliable assessments, so you can choose the one that best fits your needs.

 

MBTI

Organizations all over the world have used The Myers Briggs Type Indicator® assessment to understand personality type and how it comes into at play in the workplace. The MBTI is a popular tool among corporations because an understanding of “type” can help leaders place personalities in their most natural roles and successfully manage a collaborative environment.

 

DiSC

More than 40 million people have looked to DiSC® to improve productivity, teamwork and communication in their organization. The leading personal assessment tool, this test uses a series of questions to produce a detailed report and help people discuss their behavioral differences in a non-judgmental environment.

 

Hogan

HoganDevelop—Succession Planning helps companies identify future leaders by creating a match between the company’s future needs and its current employees’ aspirations and abilities. By using HoganDevelop in your talent identification process, you can proactively pinpoint potential future leaders and provide them with the development opportunities they’ll need to be successful down the road.

 

Gallup’s StrengthsFinder

Based on a decades-long study of human talents, Gallup has created a language of the 34 most common strengths. The Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment is the first of its kind developed expressly for the Internet. It presents a total of 177 items to the test-taker, with each item containing a pair of potential self-descriptors, such as “I read instructions carefully” versus “I like to jump right into things.” The reader selects which end of the spectrum is most accurate for them and identifies the extent to which it describes them.

 

Developed from the perspective of positive psychology, Gallup’s StrengthsFinder celebrates all 34 strengths and helps leaders not only identify their unique strengths but also focus on developing them further.