How do you conduct a behavioral assessment?
The PI Behavioural Assessment™ consists of two identical lists of adjectives relating to an individual’s personality. From the first list, the assessment taker chooses all the adjectives that describe the way others expect them to act. Then, from the second version of the list, they choose the words that describe them according to their own opinion of themselves.
The PI Behavioral Assessment™ is an untimed, free-choice, stimulus-response assessment that collects valuable data about participants. It generally takes around 6 minutes to complete.
Each adjective relates to one of the four key factors or “drives” that shape workplace behavior: dominance, extraversion, patience, and formality.
After the assessment is completed, the assessment taker is assigned a Reference Profile, such as “Individualist” or “Strategist.” This is a snapshot of the way they think and work without regard to any specific role.