If you are qualified in one of our psychometric tools, you'll find data supplements, norm tables white papers presenting our views on how to tackle common business issues in our Practitioner downloads section.
Our conference presentations section shows some of the presentations we have delivered for psychology conferences.
If you have practical questions about our psychometric instruments and how to use them, we hope you'll find the answer in our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
Here are some of the latest resources designed to help you to get the most from our psychometric instruments, and to inform your practice.
Step II exercise: T-F Questioning - Accommodating
How do people respond to differences in point of view? The Questioning–Accommodating group exercise explores this while providing an understanding of out-of-preference scores (OOPS), because OOPS often occur within this facet.
Step II exercise: S-N Realistic - Imaginative
This is a Sensing–iNtuition line-up exercise which looks at how people’s perceptions influence the way they approach a task or solve a problem. It can be used to explore different approaches to creativity.
Step II exercise: J-P Early starting - Pressure-prompted
How do individuals manage their time and tasks to achieve deadlines? This simple exercise explores how people who differ on their scores for the Early Starting and Pressure-Prompted facets approach their tasks in different ways.
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