Workplace Strengths Assessment

This Workplace Strengths tool provides powerful insights that will empower your decisions regarding hiring, placement, career moves and enable a provisional screening with insights into workplace strengths, behavioral and communication style.

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This Workplace Strengths tool provides powerful insights that will empower your decisions regarding hiring, placement, career moves and enable a provisional screening with insights into workplace strengths, behavioral and communication style. It highlights primary strengths, potential areas needing support, and other behavioral insights to further assist you in your evaluation prior to making a hiring decision.

Part One: Core Workplace Strengths
Part one of the report provides you with a powerful indicator of the candidate’s “good decision making capacity.” It is based upon Nobel Nominee Dr. Robert S. Hartman’s critical thinking calculations that measure the impact one’s solutions will likely have on the Results, Rules and Other People they will address in the workplace.

Part Two: DISC Behavioral and Communication Style
Behavioral style is measured with the world-class DISC behavioral assessment. It is a supportive, reliable and powerful tool that reveals how someone will likely interact and communicate with others. It identifies how the candidate’s unique blend of assertiveness, sociability, patience and precision will combine and typically be displayed to customers, co-workers and managers as they work within your organization.

Part Three: Sample Interview Questions
Whether a candidate scores Satisfactory or Cautionary in the Core Workplace Strengths, these interview questions can help you learn more about their four critical action factors to further understand the associated risks and relevancies that will support your hiring or selection decision.

Part Four: Development Inventory Suggestions
Should you select this individual, this section presents an inventory of their strengths and areas needing support. You can use them as an opportunity to discuss their relevance to your specific requirements.