Headlining is the TI* Personality Profile Assessment (PPA test). This is a popular personality test which employers/recruiters administer to evaluate candidates’ character traits. It provides a more thorough way to determine whether candidates will be a proper fit for the role.
The PPA test assesses one’s choice of adjectives, each of which reflects their behavioural tendencies and personality in a workplace setting that wouldn’t necessarily be shown during a job interview.
The TI Profile Assessment (PPA test) takes up to fifteen minutes to complete. The PPA test will build a personal profile to portray how four traits, Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance rank within the personality to form a person's unique character.
Key * TI is Thomas International
PPA Profile A comprehensive report on an individual’s working strengths, fears, motivators and value to the organisation. Indicates behaviour under pressure, behavioural modifications and frustrations.
Interviewer’s Guide A series of general interview questions tailored to the candidate’s profile, suitable for both recruitment and development.
Management Strengths This report reflects these two integral parts to managing effectively – exploring the individuals’ approach to both task and people management.
Onboarding This report assists in the Onboarding process by providing information on how to maximise the potential of the individual. By focussing on areas of strength and providing support in possible development areas.
Leadership Skills Identifies the candidate’s leadership style, gives insight into strengths and limitations and highlights areas for development.
Strengths and Limitations Gives a fast, effective overview of the behavioural strengths and limitations of the individual.
How to Manage Tells you how to manage and motivate the individual.
Training Needs Identifies weaknesses and training needs.