The Birkman Method
Birkman is one of the premier assessment that combines behavioral and occupational data and that has withstood the test of time with over 60 years in the field and millions of data points . Birkman interprets advanced data on motivation, personality and behavior and delivers the results to not only lend insight to individual behavior but to assess team dynamics.

Five Core Applications: Leadership Development, Team Building, Sales & Negotiations, Talent Selection and Career Exploration.

Comparative and group reporting is exceptionally useful for talent selection, conflict resolution, team building and employee onboarding.


Hogan Assessments

Hogan Personality Inventory – describes the normal, bright side personality traits that describe how we relate to others at our best. Used in leadership development and hiring, assessing the normal personality provides valuable insight into how people work and lead.

Hogan Developmental Survey -describes the darker sides of a personality when behaviors emerge due to stress that can be counterproductive and damaging to relationships. Used to recognize and mitigate performance risk.

Motivates, Values, Preferences Inventory - describes personality from the inside by evaluating core goals, drivers, values and interest. This information can be used to help determine what motivates a client to succeed, and what environment they will be most successful.

NBI Thinking Preferences Assessments

The concept of whole brain thinking and preferences to a particular style or quadrant is helpful in shifting perspectives and encouraging employees to be more creative, systematic, analytical and considerate to others. This tool is excellent for understanding various points of view and communication styles that may be causing conflict within a team or organization. 

DISC Personality Assessment

A behavior assessment tool based on the four different behavioral traits: Dominance, inducement, submission and compliance. Acts as a springboard for conversation and team building. Improves workplace communication, helps understand other points of view, used to reduce conflict and avoid misunderstandings.

Myers Briggs

The purpose of Myers Briggs personality inventory is to make the theory of psychological types, as described by C.G. Jung, understandable and relevant in people’s lives. The 4 following dichotomies or personal preferences: Introvert/Extrovert, Sensing/Intuition, Thinking/Feeling and Judging/Perceiving are assessed to determine 16 different permutations to describe 16 different personality types.