Types of Psychometric Profiling Tests Employed:
The MBTI assessment is a psychometric questionnaire deigned to measure your psychological preferences into one of 16 personality types, none being superior, but each being different and unique. Knowing your personality type helps you to understand about yourself, others, your relationship with others, and most importantly the kind of work or profession you’ll be most comfortable and satisfied with. Esp. useful for (1) organizations, (2) adults, (3) young people, (4) teachers, (5) students, and (6) family members.
The MBTI (Basic) is a Basic level analysis of your personality type.
EQ is a measure of your Emotional Intelligence (EI). EI is about your Emotional Skills in your personal and professional life. EI is a key to success in your work. Know your EI - your overall EI, and in terms of its 3 dimensions (Emotional Sensitivity, Emotional Maturity, and Emotional Competency). Esp. useful for professionals, managers, businessmen, and students. Knowing your results gives you a scope to work upon your EI, and helps you to improve your personal and professional life.
There are 5 trait-descriptive lifestyle categories. None is good or bad, but each is unique. It provides insight into an individual’s outlook. The results (1) help you to identify personal strengths and weaknesses, and make choices among alternative behaviours, (2) should not be used to label past behaviour, but to encourage responsibility for your future behaviour, and (3) encourage you to act on what is personally important and meaningful. Esp. useful for students and professionals in Behaviour Management and Stress Management.
Advanced (More Detailed Analysis)
The MBTI (Intermediate) is an Intermediate level analysis of your personality type.
There are 8 team roles, each person has a dominant strength in a specific role. Mapping strengths with actual roles improves team functioning, effectiveness, and efficiency. Knowing the dominant team roles of members and mapping them, improves team performance and results. Esp. useful for team members, or individuals to plan out career orientations.
The TA is a theory of personality that describes how people are structured psychologically, into 3 psychological positions referred to as Ego-States, the 3 Ego-States – (1) Parent (Taught) – (a) Critical and (b) Nurturing, (2) Adult (Thought), and (3) Child (Felt – concept of life) – Natural and Adapted. Knowing your dominant Ego-State helps you to develop improved communication and human relationship. Esp. useful for (1) parents and teachers in interacting with children and students, and (2) adults in improving personal and professional relationships.
It is a technique to help you understand your relationship with self and others. It is disclosure-feedback model of awareness. It helps you in having a greater interpersonal intimacy. Esp. useful for (1) general applicability, (2) students, and (3) professionals working in teams.
There are 5 conflict resolution strategies. Each person has a dominant conflict resolution style. Knowing your dominant conflict style helps you (1) to exercise your dominant style when necessary, and (2) learn about the other styles and approaches, and apply them when necessary. Esp. useful for (1) managers working in organizations, (2) professionals working in teams, and (3) management and business trainers.