Personality Based Assessments
The 16PF (16 Personality Factor Questionnaire) has long been recognised as one of the most popular and widely used instruments for the assessment of normal personality. The 16PF5 (1994) enhanced this reputation through a more contemporary presentation, administration and interpretation. In the mid 1990s, the Australian version of this popular personality assessment tool was developed.
Further research were done on this tool and in July 2002, the items have been rewritten allowing the 16PF5-AUS to provide more soundly based interpretations for applications within Australian occupational, vocational and clinical contexts. In addition, comparison group data is based on a general Australian population sample and research is ongoing to provide comparison group for specific occupational samples. As the Australian population has a large number of Asian immigrants, many clients from Asian countries such as Malaysia, Taiwan, and China also use the 16PF5-AUS version. Hence D Jeromel uses the 16PF5-AUS with their clients to minimise effects of cultural effects, if any. Primary factors in the 16PF5 include Warmth, Reasoning, Emotional Stability, Dominance, Liveliness, Rule-Consciousness, Social Boldness, Sensitivity, Vigilance, Abstractedness, Privateness, Apprehension, Openness to Change, Self-Reliance, Perfectionism and Tension. The five global factors include Extraversion, Anxiety, Tough-Mindedness, Independence and Self-Control.
The 16PF5 is a restricted psychometric test, only certified psychologists and those with the appropriate qualifications have unrestricted access to this tool. There are three report options available from D Jeromel Health-Psych Consulting:
- 16PF Basic Interpretative Report (available in English and Mandarin versions)
- 16PF Human Resource Development Report16PF Business Selection Development Report (available only in English versions)
- 16PF Leadership Coaching Report
15FQ Personality Set
The 15FQ+ is a normative, trichotomous response, personality test that has been developed based on the 16 core personality dimensions that were first developed by Cattell and his colleagues in 1946. The 15FQ+ applies Cattell’s personality dimensions directly to the workplace. This provides a more occupational orientated personality test as an alternative to the ‘Sixteen Personality Factors’ series of tests which are traditionally more clinically based. Since its development in 1991 the 15FQ has been used widely throughout the world and enhances its reputations as one of the most well researched assessments of normal personality available today.
Please contact us for details of the various categories of the15FQ test.
Big 5 Based assessments
The Big 5 Factor Model had yielded numerous personality assessments. It is to date one of the most well researched upon theories used in Personality assessment. At D Jeromel, we provide a range of personality assessments measuring the Big 5 trait and facet factors. For more details, please contact us.
Occupational Based Personality Assessments
Sales and related Positions
Concerned whether your candidate will be successful in a sales position with your firm? Now, you don’t have to wait for 6months or more. Calibrate your candidates against top performing sales performers.
Alternatively, organizations may want to examine the preferred selling and servicing orientations, productivity and strategic thinking style of your candidate.
To select the assessment that best suits your needs, please contact us.
Other assessments for Call Center and Customer Service positions are also available.
Emotional Reasoning Questionnaire (ERQ)
Emotional Intelligence involves the capacity to effectively perceive, express, understand and manage emotions in a professional and effective manner at work, and has been related to both life satisfaction and success in occupations. The ERQ assess a key component of Emotional Intelligence, the emotional reasoning ability, through:
Identification of emotions felt by others Prediction of future emotional responses across different contexts Understanding of one’s own emotional responses
The ERQ can assist you to:
Screen candidates and Assess staff ability in any roles that involve social interaction, customer service, team work and close relationships Reduce costs and time by streamlining the recruitment process Initiate discussion for team building workshops Determine training needs for team development programs
The ERQ is un-timed, typically taking approximately 15 – 20 minutes to complete.
Upon completion of the ERQ, an overall percentile ranking of candidates’ level of emotional reasoning, along with a feedback report is provided instantly via email.
BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory – EQ-I™
Based on 19 years of research by Dr. Reuven BarOn and tested on over 48,000 individuals worldwide, the BarOn Emotional Quotient Inventory is designed to measure a number of constructs related to emotional intelligence. Research had demonstrated that these constructs are critical in increasing sales performances of many multi-national companies and creating organisational cultures which promote excellent and engaging employees.
The BarOn EQ-i takes approximately 30 minutes to complete. It gives an overall EQ score as well as scores for the following 5 composite scales:
Intrapersonal ScalesInterpersonal ScalesAdaptability ScalesStress Management ScalesGeneral Mood Scalesand their 15 subscales
Two types of The BarOn EQ-I assessments are now available.
This report helps you identify and groom the best leaders. It can be used to help with leadership assessment, leadership placement, training of leadership skills, and understanding potential derailers.
The EQ-i Business Report is a new report for human capital development in organizational settings. Robust in its content, the Business Report contains business-specific strategies and action plans that are more compatible and meaningful in the workplace.
Leadership and Managerial Competencies
Often, team members left shortly after a newly promoted manager took over the reins. Yet this manager had been a strong performing staff prior to that. What could be lacking in the leading skills of this new manager? Or was it a leading style which clashes with existing team culture?
Combining American and European Management Competencies frameworks, our leadership and managerial soft skills competency assessments enable the management to prepare and develop to be groomed personnel. As well as to match the experiences given in resumes of job candidates.
Please contact us for more details.
CULTURE FAIR INTELLIGENCE TEST (CFIT)
The Culture Fair Intelligence Test (CFIT) measures individual intelligence in a manner designed to reduce as much as possible the influence of verbal fluency, cultural climate, and educational level. The test is non-verbal and requires only that examinees be able to perceive relationships in shapes and figures. The CFIT is extremely time-efficient in that it is a timed test of only 12 minutes. The CFIT contains four subtests involving different perceptual tasks: series, classification, matrices and conditions, so that the composite intelligence measure avoids reliance on a single skill. Research has shown that intelligence makes an important contribution to the prediction of skill acquisition, problem solving, decision making and other performance related competencies. The CFIT is an excellent tool to use to assist any selection decision, particularly when the role will require the individual to be able to make decisions, think strategically and manage a range of tasks at once. The CFIT can be used in situations where it is important to: • Discover if the achievement of an individual is what would be expected from his or her intelligence; • Assess potential to perform job-relevant tasks that involve cognitive ability; • Increase the effectiveness of career development decisions.
Verbal & Numerical Reasoning (ML-MQ/PL-PQ)
The Higher Test ML-MQ and PL-PQ are parallel forms of a group of tests designed to measure general intellectual ability, the ability to see relationships and to solve problems. The linguistic section contains verbal analogies, vocabulary, similarities and verbal reasoning. The quantitative section includes number series, arithmetic reasoning and number matrices. These tests are suitable for use with students (with secondary 3 or higher education) and adults. Norms are provided for secondary students (aged 15) and for first year students at colleges of technical and further education. The test is timed and the time allowed is 35 minutes (15 minutes for ML/PL and 20 minutes for MQ/PQ).
Verbal & Numerical Reasoning (AL-AQ/BL-BQ)
The Advanced Tests are parallel forms of a group of tests designed to measure general intellectual ability at advanced and tertiary levels. Both forms, A and B, have a linguistic (L) section and a quantitative (Q) section intended to measure general intelligence as demonstrated by the ability to see relationships and to solve problems. The tests are timed and allocated 35 minutes (15 minutes for AL/BL and 20 minutes for AQ/BQ).
As we carry more than 80 types of assessments (excluding non English version assessments), we do not want to waste your time browsing through endless pages.
If you are unable to find an assessment that matches what you are looking for on this webpage, please contact us.