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Our goal is to bring you the assessment tools best suited to your needs, including internet and onsite computer testing with the most respected tests available in the world today, many in English, Spanish, and other languages.

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Predict Job Success by Getting a Clear Picture of a Candidate’s Ability, Intelligence and How a Person Thinks!

 
   

"Finding the solution is easy, it's identifying the problem that's difficult."Albert Einstein.

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General Categories of Tests

A - Z Test Selections|Pages 1 - 4

 

Tests by Specific Category

aLeadership Assessments

Emotional Intelligence

aHigh Risk Positions Public Safety & Military

Athletics and Sports Teams

a Management

Professional

aProfessionals' Substance Abuse

aMedical Psychology Assessments

aMechanical & Technical Skills

aLanguage Skills

aAbility and 360 Multi-Rater Testing

Employee & Team Development|Clinical Assessments

 

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Watch: Daniel Goldman, Ph.D.,  author of Emotional Intelligence.

Emphasizes the importance of EI in our leaders.

 

 

Watch: Sheryl Sandberg "So we Leaned In....now what?" Facebook COO talks with the woman who pushed her to give that first talk, Pat Mitchell. Sandberg opens up about the reaction to her idea, and explores the ways that women still struggle with success.

 

 

Watch: Margaret Heffernan, most people instinctively avoid conflict.

But good disagreement is central to progress.