The OPA provides a broad perspective of a person’s personality, and is useful in discovering potential, assessing suitability as well as identifying developmental needs.
The ACT-GR is a non-verbal measure of mental ability that uses patterns and shapes to assess a candidate’s abstract problem solving ability.
The ACT-NR measures the ability to make deductions, recognise assumptions, and evaluate arguments based on numerical data.
The ACT-VR measures the ability to think logically about written information and accurately draw logical conclusions and inferences.
The CARI is a questionnaire that measures Resilience, the ability to deal with stress and to overcome adversity.
The WEII describes a person’s Emotional Intelligence, the ability to recognise and manage his or her emotions, as well as that of others.
The Change Agility Profiler (CAP) measures the extent to which a person can adapt to and thrive in an environment of change.
The Workplace Cultural Intelligence Appraisal (WCIA) outlines the ability to adapt and perform effectively across different national, ethnic and organisational cultures.
MITEAM helps people identify their most preferred team roles – which describe the critical actions they take which contribute to optimal team performance.
LEADROLES provides a perspective of individuals in terms of leadership competencies based on 16 leadership roles.
The Career Potential Inventory (CPI) is a questionnaire designed to help people discover the most suitable career path for them based on their passion, ability, and preferred organisational culture.
The Occupational Motivators (OM) questionnaire provides a profile of a person’s key motivations at work, which can help them make more informed career decisions.
The Values Fit Inventory (VFI) is a recruitment tool that helps organisations better understand how well a candidate’s values align with those of the organisation.
The Situational Decision Appraisal (SDA) provides insight into a person’s situational judgement and decision making priorities in challenging work situations.
The Ethical Reasoning Appraisal (ERA) aims to uncover the patterns and tendencies of moral reasoning of candidates in order to access a hidden dimension of deep insights that go beyond personality and cognitive assessments.
The GAT uses patterns and shapes to measure mental abilities that allow youths to spot patterns, reason with structure, and solve problems.
The NRT measures the ability to make deductions, recognise assumptions, and evaluate arguments based on numerical data.
The CRT measures the ability to think logically about written information and accurately draw logical conclusions and inferences.
A version of the OPA that has been adapted to be more relevant for youths still completing their education.
A version of the CARI is designed to be more relevant to educational and school settings, and uses simpler language and more academic-oriented examples in its questions.
The YEII is a version of the WEII that has been adapted for use in educational and academic settings.
The YCIA is a version of the WCIA that has been adapted for use in education and academic settings.