Personal values are deeply woven into our life and can hardly be influenced by the business relationships. And that is precisely why personal values is one of the more important assessments it gives the candidate and assessor insight in what the candidate finds most import in his or her life the things that give them meaning.
During the assessment the candidate is tested for the following patterns for personal value:
• Truth, an idealistic value pattern
• Humane, an altruistic value pattern
• Usefulness, a business value pattern
• Familiar, a traditional value pattern
• Oneself, an egocentric value pattern
The questions are asked in pairs where the candidate is constantly asked to choose between two alternatives. Between the two alternatives there are five options, from ‘’completely the first alternative’’ to ‘’completely the second alternative’’. These alternatives represent different characteristics with every question.
The results from the individual characteristics of the candidate are displayed on a scale from 1 – 10. The results give the candidate a visual statistic about which characteristic fits him or her best. The results are not compared with a test group. Because of this we give the candidate insight in which characteristics they personally score best.