Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment
Compass Workforce Solutions Partners with PI Midlantic to Offer Predictive Index Behavioral Assessments
PI Midlantic utilizes a program, the Predictive Index® (PI®) which, since 1955, has been helping companies worldwide develop their people and strengthen their organizations. Based on proven behavioral science techniques, the PI objectively identifies workplace-related strengths and provides a clear picture of people at work. Available in more than 70 languages, the Predictive Index is used by both large and small organizations across all industries. The PI® is a simple adjective checklist. It is untimed but typically takes no more than 10-15 minutes to complete. There is no “right” or “wrong” PI. The information obtained from the PI can be applied to improve many areas of a business including:
• Job Satisfaction
• Coaching and Mentoring
• Conflict Resolution
• Strategic Planning
• Succession Planning
• Employee Engagement
Who are you working with?
The Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment objectifies workplace behaviors so you can predict
the drives and motivations of others, be a better manager, and communicate more effectively.
Objectifying workplace behavior.
The PI Behavioral Assessment is a highly effective, yet simple, science-based assessment that is broken down into four primary behavioral factors, or core drives. These core drives and their relation to each other create a behavioral pattern that provides a simple framework for understanding the workplace behaviors of candidates and employees. The results make it easy to predict workplace behaviors and motivating needs
Backed by Science.
The PI Behavioral Assessment™ is a scientifically validated, free-choice, stimulus response assessment that was created through a normative sample of thousands of people. It has been investigated in nearly 500 criterion-related validity studies across almost all jobs and countries, built to the standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists (SIOP), and the International Test Commission (ITC).
Patterns generated by the PI Behavioral Assessment
Native Drives – “What comes naturally” in a person’s behavior.
How they believe they need to adapt to their work environment.
How the person usually behaves in the work environment.