Assessments can be made both at individual and group level. We use several tools in our assessments. Before being assessed, the person or the group will complete suitable tests and assignments. The results of these form a set of hypotheses, which we examine in more detail through a confidential conversation with the individual or group. We ask open-ended questions and go in-depth on topics such as personality, career, results and motivation factors. Finally, the findings will be put in context with each other and against the company's strategy and goals.
We try to answer questions about whether the group has a correct overall competence profile and personality composition, as well as what development potential the group represents. If desired, we can present the findings in plenary and facilitate a discussion about how you as a group can perform better in the future. However, there are some important ethical principles that must be discussed and clarified before any assessment can take place.