Category Archives: Sample Reports

The Holland Code (RIASEC) Theory of Career Choice

Choose a job you love, and you will never have to work a day in your life. – Confucius

Choosing a job or a career is never easy. You can strengthen your career well-being with a career or course that fits your personality. Choosing a career or education program that fits your Holland personality is a vital step toward career well-being and success–job satisfaction, good grades, and graduating on time. You want to say, “Yes!” to the question, “Do you like what you do each day?” Your career well-being depends on it.

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Cognitive Processes Profile (CPP) – Sample Report

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The CPP is an advanced computerised assessment technique which externalises and tracks thinking processes to indicate a person’s cognitive preferences and capabilities. Based on this information, a suitable work environment, the learning potential and developmental needs of the person can be identified.

The CPP assessment involves an unfamiliar task which requires the person to decipher messages written in symbols. While completing the assessment, a person explores, links, structures, transforms, remembers, learns, clarifies information and monitors his/her own problem-solving actions.

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Guided Self-Development Program towards Strengthening Personal Capabilities

ManagerShadowmatch has been developed as the result of extensive research that was done with the aim to identify the habits or the absense thereof that will ensure that an individual will succeed when doing a specific job within a specific environment.

Shadowmatch has been developed to map the behavioural patterns we show in different situations under different conditions. We all follow some patterns of behaviour in the way we live our lives and the way we work and play.

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Psychometric Testing – Personality Assessments

Personality Assessments

Personality Assessments

There are a number of articles on this blog about psychometric tests. In this post we will explore the ‘why’ of tests. Often companies and candidates use and have to go through the ordeal of psychometric tests without really understanding why they have to do the tests and what the value is.

The question is thus: “Why do we do Personality Tests and why are they useful?” Before we can explore the why we first need to understand what it is that we are talking about.

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ISTP – JTI – The Sixteen Types

jtiISTP– A Brief Description

An alternative to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator ®, the JTI assesses personality within Jung’s framework of Psychological Type. In addition to identifying a person’s preferred Type the JTI uses a scaled approach to each dimension, giving a more detailed description of preference than most Type indicators.

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