Below you will find a sampling of the various assessments we offer. For more information, email us at Assessments.
The Birkman assessment is widely regarded as the industry-leader in personality assessments. For more than 50 years, corporate human resources professionals, independent consultants, executive coaches, educational institutions and other not-for-profit organizations have used The Birkman Method® with over 2.5 million individuals. The Birkman Method® accurately measures productive behaviors, stress behaviors, underlying needs, motivations and organizational orientation.
The 298-question assessment is delivered online and takes about 30 minutes to complete. One of our team members will then provide you with individual or group debriefing and facilitate team building, executive coaching, leadership development, career management and interpersonal conflict resolution.
DiSC Personality Inventory
The DIiSC personality inventory profiles four primary behavioral styles, each with a very distinct and predictable pattern of observable behavior. Applied in corporate, business and personal situations the DISC inventory can lead to professional and personal insights and has application for individual development and team building. Understanding the DISC patterns has empowered millions internationally to better understand themselves and others.
Emotional Intelligence Style Profile
The Emotional Intelligence Style Profile is designed to help you understand the way you apply your emotional intelligence style, preferences and behavior. It can help you determine how appropriately and effectively you apply your knowledge and feelings in a given situation, and thus form the basis on which you make adjustments in order to be more balanced and effective.
The FIRO-B (Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation – Behavior) focuses on relationships between people and teams. It measures three interpersonal needs — Inclusion, Control and Affection — and two dimensions of those needs — Expressed Behavior (what a person does and how much they want to be initiators of the action) and Wanted Behavior (how much they want others to be the initiators while they are the recipients).