An individual’s personality can be extremely difficult to gauge, as the person in question will react differently in every situation. As an employer, you typically rely on your own intuition to assess the qualities of your staff and applicants. You’re never in possession of the full picture, making it difficult to make the right decision. A personality test forms a standard part of the Introduce selection process, and we additionally offer our clients the option of organising an assessment.
What does an assessment entail?
An assessment comprises one or more exercises that are designed to ascertain how the candidate reacts in certain situations. To determine the appropriate exercises, we first compile the competence profile that the candidate must satisfy. This is based on your requirements for the job opening and submitted for your prior review. We subsequently appoint one or more assessors who guide the candidates through the exercises. The assessment culminates in a blueprint of the candidate’s personality and competencies. This is processed into an exhaustive and highly nuanced report which you receive only a few days later, together with the requisite feedback. From that moment on, the choice rests with you the client.
What does a development centre entail?
We can also be of service to your existing employees and are happy to organise an on-site development centre upon request. During the development centre, we harness numerous exercises to determine whether your employee is suitable for the more senior role that they aspire to and which points remain an obstacle to future growth. This experience can provide welcome support and encouragement for your employees. It gives them an insight into their strengths and points for improvement, as well as a framework for working towards their goals.