Personnel Assessment Tools
If you would like to have a thorough assessment of your current employees or teams, then the following measurement tools provide solid information. Based upon the results, we will gladly develop a tailor-made and sustainable development strategy for your employees. Ask us – we will be glad to tell you more!
- Clifton StrengthsFinder® – Identify, understand and maximise strengths. The Clifton StrengthsFinder® helps people discover their unique combination of strengths. Research shows that people are successful when they focus on what they do best. By identifying their talents and transforming them into strengths, they increase productivity, performance and emotional attachment. CliftonStrengths® assessment is the first step towards identifying your talents. The results then give participants the opportunity to discuss and develop their own individual combination of skills, talents and knowledge (their strengths).
- RELIEF by SCHEELEN® – Stress & Burnout Prevention to Maintain Performance Everyone is talking about stress and burnout – now you can measure it. With the RELIEF by SCHEELEN® you have the possibility to record the different facets of stress and burnout. Questions such as how meaningful and motivating someone experiences their work, which attitudes are most promising, how strong self-induced stress is, and above all, what keeps someone healthy, are answered. Previously undiscovered resources and potential for development become objectively visible, along with sources of social or psychological stress, and loss of motivation.
- INSIGHTS MDI® – Capturing Behaviour & Motives of Individuals or Teams. INSIGHTS MDI® raises behavioral preferences (how someone does something) and motives (why someone does something). Profiles based upon both aspects of personality as well as situational requirements can be generated. INSIGHTS MDI® thus forms an effective basis for personnel selection, personnel development, and team development. The analysis makes it easier to communicate successfully according to our type, while providing insights into how we behave in professional and stressful situations. It captures our core values, illuminates our own individual driving motivations, and explains why we behave in a very specific way.
- ASSESS® – Validly and strategically define, measure and develop competencies. ASSESS® delivers a reliable and comprehensive competence analysis of applicants and employees. In this way, it identifies objective discrepancies between the existing potential and the competencies required for a position. The data obtained provides the basis for tailor-made, sustainable HR potential development programmes. This is how professional competence management can succeed! You define your individual competence model, reliably measure the competences of your employees, and strategically provide them with development opportunities to meet your needs.
- OPQ32® – Behavioural preferences at the workplace of individuals or teams. The Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ32®) is based on a personality model that allows for the interpretation of complex personality structures and thus for an understanding of how they impact work performance. The OPQ records 32 preferred, job-related behavior styles, which in turn are divided into three categories: interpersonal behaviour, thinking style, as well as emotion and motivation. This information enables you to make better personnel selection decisions, achieve a better fit between employee and task area or between employee and team, and make informed assessments of your employees’ strengths and development areas.
- EQ® – Measuring & developing emotional intelligence strategically 90% of the difference between exceptional and average managers can be explained by their EQ®! Turn your management team into emotionally intelligent executives who can perceive, understand and competently navigate their own and others’ emotions. Under these circumstances, even critical change processes can be healthier and more successful. The EQ® analysis highlights the five areas of Emotional Intelligence: self-perception, self-regulation, motivation, empathy and social skills. The information gained helps to meet each customer and employee where they are and offers starting points for improving upon the team culture.