Personality Tests for Recruitment
Are you recruiting for a key position? Do you need to understand who you are getting in addition to someone who is competent and skilled? Is it essential that your new hires are a good fit for the team and your organsiation’s culture? If yes, using personality tests and assessments, as part of a balanced selection and assessment process, can help.
5 Benefits of Using Personality Tests in Your Recruitment Process:
- Quickly identify and explore potential strengths and likely behavioural styles.
- Quickly identify and explore hidden personal and leadership derailers.
- Understand likely job and cultural fit.
- Accelerate the onboarding, integration, and development of successful candidates.
- Reduce the risk – and costs – of poor hiring decisions.
What We Offer
We offer a remote administration, interpretation, and debrief service for a number of personality tests and assessments. This includes suggested areas to probe and explore in the interview, and additional interview questions if required.
We also offer a 1-2-1 feedback service for successful candidates if desired.
Which Personality Tests and Assessments Do We Use?
The 16pf is a highly researched measure of personality trait. It reports likely behaviour across 5 global scales and 16 subscales.
Sample Management Potential Report
Sample Narrative Report with Interview Questions
Hogan personality assessments are a suite of personality tests that have been developed solely on the research of working adults.
- Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) – everyday personality when we are at our best.
- Hogan Development Survey (HDS) – the elements of our personality that start to emerge when we are tired and stressed; jeopardising relationships and creating leadership derailment.
- Hogan Motives, Values, Preferences Inventory (MVPI) – the core goals, values, drivers, and interests that determine what we desire and strive to attain.
- Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI) – describes reasoning style – the ability to evaluate sets of data, make decisions, solve problems, and avoid repeating past mistakes.
EQ-i 2.0 – Emotional Quotient Inventory
The EQ-i 2.0 reports emotional intelligence across 5 primary scales and 15 subscales. Research claims that emotional intelligence is responsible for up to 85% of job performance.