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Assessments Available for Purchase

We’re qualified to administer and interpret a wide range of published assessments including those listed below. Contact us if there’s another specific instrument you’re interested in using. Or check out the list of free assessments we’ve developed for you to download and use on your own!

Conflict Dynamics Profile:
Individual and 360 versions are available to provide a picture of your constructive and destructive responses to conflict as well as your “hot button” conflict triggers. (For more detailed information, see our Conflict Dynamics Profile page.)

EQ-i and EQ-360:
Emotional Intelligence, or EQ, is at the root of workplace effectiveness. It involves both self and social awareness and the ability to translate this awareness into effective behaviors for managing ourselves and our relationships. These EQ assessments measure competencies in 5 domains — self-perception, stress management, self-expression, decision making, and interpersonal — and provide tips on enhancing and making the most of your EQ.

Insight Inventory:
A basic personality assessment that measures four dimensions of your style, in both work and personal contexts: (1) “getting your way,” (2) “responding to people,” (3) “pacing activity,” and (4) “dealing with details”. Team and 360 versions are available, as well as a standard self-report version. (View sample individual report and team cluster map.)

Leadership Practices Inventory:
Based on the Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership as outlined in Kouzes and Posner’s book The Leadership Challenge: (1) “model the way”, (2) “inspire a shared vision”, (3) “challenge the process”, (4) “enable others to act”, and (5) “encourage the heart”. Both self and 360 versions are available, as well as the option for a reassessment to reveal changes in practices and perceptions since the initial assessment. (View samples of the 360 report and reassessment report.)

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator:
Perhaps the most well-known personality assessment out there, the MBTI is based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological type. It measures your preferences across four domains: (1) where you focus your attention (“introversion” vs. “extraversion”), (2) how you take in information (“sensing” vs. “intuition”), (3) how you make decisions (“thinking” vs. “feeling”), and (4) how you deal with the world (“judging” vs. “perceiving”). A “Step II” version of the MBTI is also available which details facets within each of the four domains. A wide range of reports are available, including integrations with other assessments such as the Strong Interest Inventory and the Leadership Practices Inventory. (View sample reports.)

Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument:
Measures your current and desired organizational culture on six dimensions, and illustrates to what degree your organization exhibits and/or desires characteristics of four basic culture types: (1) “clan,” (2) “adhocracy,” (3) “market,” and (4) “hierarchy”. Implications for culture change are highlighted. (View sample report.)

Our favorite personality assessment. Measures five different dimensions of personality that drive behavior, including primary needs and motivations, expectations of self and others, and preferred roles and styles. (For more detailed information, see our Personalysis page.)

Strengths Finder:
Identifies your top strengths from a set of 34 themes. Developed by Gallup, the themes are defined in a number of their books (e.g., Strengths-Based Leadership; Now, Discover Your Strengths), where strategies for making the most of those strengths are also laid out.

Strong Interest Inventory:
Based on John Holland’s hexagon model of occupational themes, the Strong Interest Inventory measures your career interests (and, optionally, your confidence in your skills) across six themes: (1) “realistic”, (2) “investigative”, (3) “artistic”, (4) “social”, (5) “enterprising”, and (6) “conventional”. It also provides more detailed feedback on things such as your likely interest in 30 domains within the six themes, as well as how similar your interests are to those of people working in 130 different occupations. (View sample report.)

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If your needs are more specialized, see our custom assessments page.