Personality has been found to be a powerful predictor of individual behavior and job performance. In work settings, it is useful for identifying potential leaders, hard workers, team players, and rule followers among many other types of people. Personality can help identify an individual’s fit with an organization’s culture or job. AAI’s personality instrument, the Work Behavior Inventory (WBI), assesses 21 primary work styles sorted into the Big Five personality factors as well as several leadership styles, selling styles, and general occupational fits.
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Cognitive ability is an excellent predictor of job performance – intelligence plays a large role in how well we can do our job. Research continually shows it to be a large factor in how we perform. However, some jobs need certain cognitive abilities more than others and AAI’s Applied Reasoning Test (ART) measures an individual’s cognitive ability across three separate reasoning skills: Verbal Reasoning, Numerical Reasoning, and Abstracting Reasoning. We also have a separate test for Mechanical Reasoning.
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360 Assessment, often referred to as 360-degree Feedback or Multi-rater assessment, assesses an individual’s behaviors for various competencies at work by having those around the individual – boss, subordinates, peers, clients, etc. – rate them in addition to rating themselves. This gives a unique and encompassing picture of how a person behaves at work and can identify very specific areas where a person may benefit from development or where they are a strength to the organization.
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