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Brad Worthley International Offers Pre-Employment & Employee Development Evaluations

 

Would you like to have…

  • more sales?
  • higher profits?
  • less employee turnover?
  • increased customer retention?
  • a strong sales & service culture?
  • hired the right people the first time?
  • less office politics & employee drama?
  • more productivity from your employees?
  • great “leaders” instead of routine “managers”?

We have your answers right here

1. Customer Service Pre-employment Evaluations $35 each

This pre-employment evaluation is critical for hiring the right person the first time for jobs dealing with customer service and customer interaction (including Call Centers & Help Desks). It provides you with scores to help point out the high performers and narrative responses to really help you make your final hiring decisions. The report will summarize the person’s strengths and developmental concerns to help you make the best hiring decisions. It also provides you with recommended questions for a potential second interview based on their results. This evaluation has 217 questions and takes approximately one hour for the candidate to take. It evaluates:

  • Agreeableness
  • Assertiveness
  • Conscientiousness
  • Customer Service Responsiveness
  • Emotional Stability / Resilience
  • Empathy
  • Extroversion
  • Flexibility
  • Integrity
  • Openness
  • Optimism / Enthusiasm
  • Orderliness
  • Relationship Sales
  • Teamwork
  • Work Drive
  • Plus Their Overall Cognitive Aptitude (Abstract Reasoning, Numeric Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning)

2. Sales Ability Pre-employment Evaluations $35 each

This pre-employment evaluation is essential for hiring powerful and confident people for internal or outside sales positions. It provides you with scores to help point out the high performers and narrative responses to really help you make your final hiring decisions. The report will summarize the person’s strengths and developmental concerns to help you make the best hiring decisions. It also provides you with recommended questions for a potential second interview based on their results. This evaluation has 195 questions takes approximately one hour for the candidate to take. It evaluates:

  • Closing Ability
  • Competitiveness
  • Customer Service
  • Dependability
  • Emotional Stability
  • Extroversion
  • Image Management
  • Money Motivation
  • Optimism
  • Relationship Sales
  • Sales Boldness
  • Selling Confidence
  • Work Drive
  •  
  • Plus Their Overall Cognitive Aptitude (Abstract Reasoning, Numeric Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning)

3. Leadership Skills Pre-employment Evaluations $35 each

This pre-employment evaluation is essential for hiring people who know how to inspire and motivate people. It provides you with scores to help point out the high performers and narrative responses to really help you make your final hiring decisions. The report will summarize the person’s strengths and developmental concerns to help you make the best hiring decisions. This evaluation has 235 questions takes approximately one hour for the candidate to take. It evaluates:

  • Agreeableness
  • Assertive Leadership
  • Dependability
  • Detail Mindedness
  • Emotional Stability / Resilience
  • Extroversion
  • Impression Management
  • Integrity
  • Intrinsic Motivation
  • Managerial Human Relations
  • Openness to Change
  • Optimism / Enthusiasm
  • Orderliness
  • Self-Confidence
  • Task Structure
  • Team Orientation
  • Work Drive
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  • Plus Their Overall Cognitive Aptitude (Abstract Reasoning, Numeric Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning)

4. Leadership Developmental Evaluations $35 each (Current Employees)

This evaluation is used for current employees in order to help them develop their leadership skills. It provides them with a feedback tool with which to help point out their strengths and opportunities for improvement. This evaluation measures a person’s orientation to the future, such as their preference for stability or change and whether they are vigilant or optimistic. The report will highlight the person’s strengths, weaknesses, best-fit work situations, worst-fit situations, suggestions for development and provide a detailed summary at the end. This evaluation has 157 questions and takes approximately 30 minutes for the employee to take. It evaluates a candidate’s personal working style such as their emotional reaction or resilience, extrinsic or intrinsic motivation, and their work-centered compared to non-work-centered style. It looks at their interpersonal style such as independent vs. collaborative, introverted vs. extroverted and straightforward vs. image-conscious style. It also evaluates a person’s management style such as accommodating vs. assertive leadership, big picture vs. detail orientation, participative vs. directive and role-relations vs. human relations oriented.

5. Customer Service Representative 1 Pre-employment Evaluations $10 each

This pre-employment evaluation will help you identify the person who will be cooperative, enjoy dealing with customers, achieve high levels of customer satisfaction, live up to obligations, handle job tasks in an ethical manner, be helpful to others on the team, display positive attitudes, and work hard. This evaluation is suitable for jobs where the tasks are not particularly mentally challenging. It provides you with recommended questions for a potential second interview based on their results. This evaluation has a 102 question untimed personality inventory. The evaluation will probably take most people about 30 minutes to complete although it will vary from person to person because it is untimed. It evaluates:

  • Agreeableness
  • Conscientiousness
  • Customer Service Responsiveness
  • Emotional Stability / Resilience
  • Empathy
  • Extroversion
  • Integrity
  • Long Tenure Potential
  • Optimism
  • Teamwork
  • Work Drive
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Each of the above evaluations are taken on-line (no mailing or faxing) and come with a very comprehensive report that is delivered via e-mail to the hiring manager within minutes of the completion of the evaluation. You may view sample reports for each of the evaluations above by clicking on download icon next to each evaluation above.

The Personal Style Inventory evaluations have been under development for twenty years and were created by John Lounsbury PhD., licensed Industrial-Organizational Psychologist, a Professor of Psychology at the University of Tennessee, and a Fellow in the American Psychological Association. The evaluations have been used in 38 countries around the world in a wide variety of industries.

Benefits to Evaluating

Scores on the Sales Evaluation

  • 15th Percentile
  • 50th Percentile
  • 85th Percentile
  • 95th Percentile

Actual Employee Sales

  • $40,000
  • $80,000
  • $120,000
  • $175,000

Comparison of the “Sales Ability Pre-employment Evaluation” scores to employee annual sales

Are All Employees Created Equal? No!

Here is how your best workers help your company to be successful…

  • Superior workers profit easily from instruction so the investment in training dollars is spent wisely.
  • Superior workers are dependable and reliable so you can count on them.
  • Superior workers reach full production quicker so you are losing less money during an orientation phase.
  • Superior workers are more effective in performing their tasks.
  • Superior workers make fewer errors so they are more efficient in their everyday work, cut waste, and reduce equipment breakdowns.
  • Superior workers are observant and thoughtful about their work so they help improve the processes and save even more money in the long run.
  • Superior workers need less supervision.
  • Superior workers make better team members because they fit in well with other people on the job.
  • In short, superior workers are an excellent investment of company resources.

It’s simple! An investment in selection evaluating reaps tremendous financial benefits year after year.

Wide Applicability for Business and Industry

In addition to pre-employment selection, there are other valuable uses of personality measure. Listed below are some of the applications of the Personal Style Inventory Evaluations:

  • Recruitment, including training recruiters in personality appraisal.
  • Individual counseling and employee assistance interventions.
  • Training needs assessment.
  • Professional development.
  • Placement into different jobs and career paths.
  • Career planning.
  • Improving work group and team functioning.
  • Promotion evaluating.
  • Conflict resolution.
  • Succession planning.
  • Pre-retirement planning.
  • Personal feedback and development.
  • Partnerships and mergers.

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