Assessments & Diagnostics
We live in an age of science and statistical analysis. Dating services talk about scientific matchmaking. Have you seen those funky defensive alignments in baseball? They’re data driven—and they work.
In a similar way, the science-based assessments developed by Target Training International remove bias from hiring and personnel decisions. Research proves that job-related talents directly correspond to job satisfaction and personal performance, according to TTI.
What these assessments mean for employers is a more complete picture of current and prospective employees. And the more we understand about people, the greater the chances of putting them in positions in which they will flourish for the long haul.
This is why the vast majority of Fortune 500 companies use assessments in their recruitment efforts.
Having a “gut feel” about a job candidate after an interview isn’t adequate these days. Science adds a vital layer of objectivity to the mix.
Click on the links below for sample assessments:
TriMetrixHD Management-Staff Coaching
Talent Insights Gap Report
Job Benchmark Report
TTI Success Insights develops and distributes more than 20 assessments combining five social and psychological sciences used to hire, retain and develop people in companies and organizations around the world.
Examine an individual’s dominance
(hence, DISC), revealing how the person will perform.
The DISC Wheel provides a visual representation of an individual’s natural and adapted behavior styles. It demonstrates the similarities and differences in behavior among team members and allows for exploring behavioral styles based on eight specific identifiers: Conductor, Persuader, Promoter, Relater, Supporter, Coordinator, Analyzer, Implementor.
Reveal why an individual acts a certain way, what motivates
one to perform a job.
Identify how a person thinks
and makes decisions and clarify natural abilities
or capacities, finding order in the world.
Ensure that the inherent skills
of each individual match the soft skills required by the job.
Emotional Intelligence (EQ)
Ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power and acumen of emotions to facilitate high levels of collaboration