- Job Profiling
- Personal Profile Analysis
- Emotional Intelligence
- Skills Assessment
Personal Profile Analysis (PPA)
The Thomas PPA has received a Certificate of Registration from the British Psychological Society (BPS) to confirm it meets all psychometric requirements for use as a psychological tool.
Whilst people remain the heart of a business it is their interaction with one another that can impede the flow of work and productivity. Personality clashes are a major cause of break-down in team communication and good will. The PPA can provide objective and accurate behavioural based data to assist you in making informed decisions. With a choice of over 20 different reports, the personality profiles provide extensive and diverse information.
Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire (EIQ)
The Emotional Intelligence assessment has been developed by Dr K V Petrides and Professor Adrian Furnham, University College, London. Emotional intelligence assessment is an accurate and objective way to measure emotional intelligence and competence in the work place.
Such an assessment can help you manage your people better, equip individuals with the skills to be more successful, facilitate more productive teams and enable better communication throughout the organisation.
Research suggests that emotional intelligence accounts for as much as 31% of success in management contexts. An emotional intelligence test will enable you to measure this.
EI assessment is a predictor of performance, telling you how well people understand and manage their emotions, how well they interpret and deal with the emotions of others and how they use this knowledge to manage relationships. The Thomas Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire can add real value to your business in helping to coach, manage and develop more effective people.
360 Degree Feedback Questionnaire
An online 360 degree feedback tool is a fast and effective way to carry out a review. It’s a process that enables people to gather performance feedback from those they work with and compare it with their perception of their own performance.