Recruitment Assessment (DISC & Driving Forces)

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Behaviours (DISC) and Driving Forces Assessment and Report. Click here to view a Sample Recruitment Report.

Recruitment is arguably the most important business function of all. In our global knowledge economy, the only true source of competitive advantage lies in recruiting the best talent. As popular management author Jim Collins notes, “Leaders of companies that go from good to great start not with ‘where’ but with ‘who’. They start by getting the right people on the bus, the wrong people off the bus, and the right people in the right seats”.

Assessment tools help to identify which candidates have the best compatibility for a given job as well as the company culture. The primary purpose of this information is not to make the hiring decision on behalf of the manager, but to help validate or challenge the information provided by the candidate on paper and during the interview process.

After your purchase, you will receive a link with the Assessment Questionnaire. After the Assessment Questionnaire is completed, you will receive the report via your email and a link to book your 30 minute Debriefing session.

 

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Description

Even with the best of intentions it is difficult to stop personal bias creeping into decision making in recruitment and selection processes. TTI assessments on DISC and Driving Forces bring a scientific strength to what can be a biased process to ensure more information and better quality judgements are made.

Successful alignment in both of these areas, combined with the other aspects of interview assessment on CV, qualifications, experience etc. will increase the probability of a successful hire and save you the cost of rehiring again.

Behaviours

Measured in four dimensions (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance), DISC measures a person’s action preferences, revealing how an individual will behave. The DISC profile gives the hiring manager additional information about a candidate’s natural behavioural tendencies for dealing with people and tasks. The manager is therefore able get a much clearer picture about what they can expect from the candidate, and how that might contrast with their own management style, the company culture, the other team members, and the nature of the work itself.

Driving Forces

Discover what motivates and engages a person by examining six unique continuum: knowledge, utility, surroundings, others, power, and methodologies. The Motivators profile gives the hiring manager additional information about a candidate’s core values so that they can better understand what motivates the person. Motivation is often described as the most important part of job performance because without any underlying passion to learn or perform in one’s role, there is no reason to stay with the company. This profile helps select a candidate with the right motivational-fit.

 

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