We offer a traditional psychodiagnostic testing of work and managerial potential.
Psychodiagnostics is used to gauge motivation and readiness to use key soft skills. In an ordinary work process we offer a psychodiagnostic tool "SOFTSKILLERS" based on the CA method. It can be used for a personal development, career development and for more effective adaptation.
We use the MBTI personality typology which is a very interesting tool for personal development, self-knowledge, understanding others and improvement of one´s managerial style.
PSYCHODIAGNOSTIC TESTING OF WORK AND MANAGERIAL POTENTIAL
"You will get the best out of other people when you give out the best of you" (Zig Ziglar)
The testing battery includes (depending on the needs of the client) 6 to 8 psychological questionnaires and performance tests that complement one another and provide a plastic image of a person. They gauge strategies of coping with stress, interpersonal strategies, performance motivators, personality integrity, self-reflection, emotional stability and maturity, team roles, ability to see connections and to give undistorted information.
The output is a written report with charts. It is ideal to combine this diagnostics with the Softskillers tool.
We are more than happy to introduce to you Softskillers - a new approach in soft skills testing based on the patent-protected CA method (colour word associations) which is a result of a long-term research and further development of a generally accepted Luscher colour test.
MBTI PERSONALITY TYPOLOGY
If we want to be successful in our relations to others and in our work, we have to work on ourselves, deliberately improve and develop. In order to do so we need to - at first and above all - be able to look at ourselves and learn more about ourselves. (M. Cakrt)
MBTI or Myers-Briggs typology draws from Carl Gustav Jung doctrine. It is a personality test that describes one´s orientation and their cognitive style. MBTI typology identifies 16 personality types that are in a various way represented in the population. It does not assess individual types, it describes them. It describes preferred behaviour and thinking of individual types.