Behavioral and Personality Tests
The Attentional and Interpersonal Style Inventory
"The Key to success is the ability to focus your attention at the right place at the right time."
This is the only test of its kind that measures attention and concentration and integrates it with personality traits. Concentration is critical to everyone from the business executive, to the person running a complex machine or the professional athlete.
The ability to shift attention from the broad analytical thinking to the narrow linear thinking is measured. It also provides a clear indication of the potential to make mistakes and be accident prone.
Excellent for anyone including senior executives, managers, sales, industrial positions to administrative positions.
The interpersonal section profiles the desire to lead, be self confident, and express oneself in positive and negative ways.
Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ)
A test that measures communication, leadership,and thinking style. Assertiveness, Gregariousness, Social Confidence, Caring, Change-Oriented, Forward Planning, Anxieties, and Achieving are among the 30 traits measured.
The OPQ provides specific profiles of Leadership, Team, Subordinate and Sales traits.
All 144 questions are devoted to what motivates or demotivates an individual. It measures how much drive and effort one will put forth, what will challenge them to push to a higher level of achievement and what will demotivate them. Specific areas include: Achievement, Competition, Fear of Failure, Commercial Outlook, Ease and Security, and Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivators.
Decision Profile (DP)
Decision-making is a very complex process.
This 20 minute test measures many of the unique and subtle components of the decision making process. The areas measured include: Risk Avoidance vs. Risk Seeking, Post Decision Ruminating vs. Firm Decision Making, Fast Decisions vs. Slow Decisions, and Anxious Wildness vs. Secure Discipline.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
This commonly used inventory measures thinking and interpersonal styles.
CRITICAL THINKING TESTS
Verbal Reasoning (VCT1)
A test of ability to measure the logic of complex written information. Skills measured include the ability to draw accurate inferences, make logical deductions, identify assumptions and distinguish between strong and weak arguments. Scoring looks for accuracy, speed and comprehension.
Numerical Reasoning (NCT1)
This test is designed for anyone working with numerical data. The challenge is to think through a problem with numerical data and then do the calculation. It also measures inductive and deductive reasoning.
Scoring looks at accuracy, speed and overall comprehension. This test applies to any industry and any position including Senior Management, Sales Managers, Finance and Technical Managers, Managers in the Manufacturing Industry, and Managers in Health Care.
Abstract Reasoning (GMA-A)
The primary purpose of this test is to measure one's capacity to think flexibly, to recognize order in the midst of apparent chaos, to focus on certain aspects and ignore the detail. Its strength is in the assessment of an individual's aptitude and ability for work that is analytical, conceptual and non routine that required flexibility and insight that leads to the development of new systems, innovation and change.
Abstract ability is critical to those who are in places of leadership and are charged with the responsibility of creating new business strategies. It also provides insight into those individuals who have excellent potential to move upward within the organization.
Numerous Other Tests Available to Meet Your Unique Needs
At Brownlee & Company we have numerous other testing instruments that we can use to meet your specific needs. Tell us what you want to know before you hire or before you promote, and we will tell you how we can provide that information.