Prevue Assessment Development and Coaching
Our Prevue Assessment can be used to measure the following characteristics of your employees:
- 4 Ability Measures
- 3 Interest/Motivation Scales
- 13 Personality Scales
- 4 Working Characteristics
Our Employee Development and Coaching Solutions use the above information to build strategies for success that leverage employees’ strengths and compensates for their weaknesses. Many employees find themselves making little progress in their position, leading to dissatisfaction in the workplace. Our Employee Development and Coaching Solutions help you to ensure that employees are given more tools to enable them to succeed within your organization.
Ensuring that your employees are maximizing their potential will have a direct impact on your organization’s bottom line. In the sample below, it shows the candidate score in the Prevue report and gives coaching suggestions.
Our Employee Development and Coaching Solutions leverage the strength of Prevue Benchmarks. A Prevue Benchmark identifies the desired characteristics of an employee for a particular position. To learn more about Prevue Benchmarks and how they are created, click here.
All of our Prevue Reports are delivered via the web through the Prevue Online platform. Users simply enter the name and email address of the candidates they would like assessed and the platform does the rest.
Candidates are automatically invited to complete the Prevue Assessment Questionnaire online. Once the Prevue Assessment is completed, Prevue Online analyzes the candidate’s responses and delivers informative and reliable reports back to management.
Approach to Work
This section of the report provides information on John Johnson’s response to a number of work-related subjects or situations. Each of the Approach to Work scales is derived from one or a composite of the Prevue Personality Scales reviewed in the Total Person and Individual Characteristics sections of the report.
A manager can use the information provided within this section to understand John Johnson’s natural approach to several significant work situations or requirements that are experienced in most types of employment.