THE PI BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT
One quick assessment. Deep understanding.
Predict on-the-job success with insights from the PI Behavioral AssessmentTM.
What is the PI Behavioral Assessment?
The PI Behavioral Assessment is an untimed, free-choice, stimulus-response tool that is far more than a personality test. For more than 60 years, thousands of businesses around the globe have used our EFPA-certified behavioral assessment to understand the personality traits that make their employees and candidates tick.
Use the PI Behavioral Assessment to hire candidates who are hardwired to be a great fit, to design teams that perform like magic, and to manage employees in a way that pushes them to perform at the top of their game.
How does the PI Behavioral Assessment work?
Assessment takers get two lists of adjectives. Using the first list, we ask them to select the words that describe the way others expect them to act. Using the second list, we ask them to select the words that describe them in their own opinion.
Each adjective is associated with one of the four key factors that determine workplace behavior: dominance, extraversion, patience, and formality.
After people complete the assessment, we assign them a Reference Profile—a snapshot of the way they think and work without regard to a specific role.
What does the PI Behavioral Assessment measure?
Dominance is the drive to exert influence on people or events.
Extraversion is the drive for social interaction with other people.
Patience is the drive to have consistency and stability.
Formality is the drive to conform to rules and structure.
Objectivity is the degree to which an individual prefers objectivity when processing information and making decisions.
These four key factors—or key behavioral drives—provide a simple framework for understanding your employees’ and candidates’ workplace behaviors. PI is your superpower: it lets you see beneath the surface so you can predict how people will behave in given situations. Behavioral testing, combined with an understanding of cognitive ability, can dramatically improve the hiring process.