We blend the latest psychometric science, with the power of data analytics and machine learning.
Our solutions go beyond traditional metrics to encompass areas including wellbeing, employee experience and values in order to provide you with a more holistic view of your team.
We are scientifically rigorous. Our solutions are based on our robust suite of assessments: 10x Motivation, 10x Ability and 10x Personality. These assessments are built on extensive research into what drives successful performance in the workplace – from behaviours, skills and competencies through to extrinsic workplace motivators.
Our questionnaires use the most valid scoring method and are more comprehensive than comparable instruments, whilst being quicker to complete
Our new motivation questionnaire is invaluable for recruitment, onboarding, learning and personal development. In essence, it helps organisations and individuals understand what informs certain behaviours, what drives people towards goals and how high performance can be sustained.
Our new personality questionnaires are based on original research, a comprehensive literature review and many years of professional experience. Our questionnaires are designed to measure work performance across job roles and industries, giving powerful insight into key personality factors and behaviours. The three versions form the basis of many of our solutions including those relating to hiring, organisational and personal development, culture, values and wellbeing.
Research demonstrates that tests of mental ability are highly significant in predicting job performance and learning, especially when combined with personality measures. Covering a broad spectrum of aptitudes, this new suite of tests is fair, objective and rigorous.
This test measures the ability to examine, understand and use written information to draw conclusions. Questions require the test-taker to draw logical conclusions, replace words, and summarise information.
This test measures the ability to understand numerical information and to apply numerical concepts and procedures to problems. The test requires analysis of numerical figures (such as graphs, charts and tables) and use of this analysis to inform calculations. Skills assessed include data interpretation, percentage calculations and aptitude with ratios and fractions.
This test measures the ability to identify patterns, logical rules and trends in data for problem solving. Test-takers are asked to apply pattern assessment and logic to sequences to identify missing shapes.
This test measures the capacity to comprehend, visualise and manipulate three-dimensional images and shapes. The test-taker is asked to examine a series of objects rotated in space and identify the one which is in some way different to the others.
Here, test-takers examine two random but similar strings of characters and identify discrepancies between them. Ability is assessed by the speed and accuracy with which candidates can complete the assessment.