RISE Executive is suitable for the complex personality and behaviour analysis of people in decision-making positions. The assessment can clearly determine the ‘original personality’ of the person, which identifies personality traits that govern decision-making in a crisis situation. The ‘present personality’, i.e. the personality in use at the time of the assessment, is the combination of the original personality and the imprints of the masks (adopted behaviours) that have been used by the person for extended periods. It shows what people think about themselves and how they try to present themselves to the world. As a special factor, Executive also reveals a person’s ‘idol personality’, which is someone’s ideal personality, the combination of characteristics they construct as a paradigm and strive toward. As they strive, they slowly modify their personalities to include these characteristics, so, in other words, the idol personality reveals that person’s future personality trajectory. With the original, present, and idol personalities, Executive defines a complex ‘lifetime personality’ that clearly shows an executive’s expectations, motivational factors, and potential. Behaviour-wise, Executive defines the current and the expected future behaviours of a person. This is helpful in understanding decision-making and behaviour, both in the short term and in the long term.
RISE Executive uses ‘Employee Indexes’ to set expectations and predict an analysed person’s results in various roles. In other words, it shows the areas in which someone has the highest chance of success.
Leadership qualities and abilities are also measured with the help of the ‘Leadership Indexes’. Different leadership areas and situations have drastically different expectations, so RISE Executive clearly defines the environments, conditions, and challenges in which the analysed person can or cannot achieve their best results.
RISE Executive uses 40 factors to define a person’s general personality traits, the personality traits they use at work, and their specific set of motivations. When coupled with RISE Executive’s other special factors, finding the suitable candidate for an executive position becomes markedly easier. Furthermore, RISE results are useful for the long-term motivation of the assessed person and can help predict and plan for future personality modifications.
When creating the complex assessment, one of the priorities was to keep it as short as possible without sacrificing results, so Executive contains 96 questions and takes approximately 40-50 minutes to complete.
RISE Manager provides a special evaluation for colleagues who are currently not in traditional leadership positions but whose role and importance is significant in the company. The assessment covers the basics of the RISE Executive test, except the ‘Leadership Indexes’ are not evaluated.
RISE Team Member is suitable for the complex personality and behaviour analysis of people that are not in decision-making positions. Team Member can clearly determine the ‘original personality’ of the person, which identifies personality traits that govern decision-making in a crisis. The ‘present personality’, i.e. the personality in use at the time of the assessment, is the combination of the original personality and the imprints of the masks (adopted behaviours) that have been used by the person for extended periods. It shows what people think about themselves and how they try to present themselves to the world. In addition to personality states, Team Member defines the current and the expected future behaviours of a person, which is helpful in understanding decision-making and behaviour.
Team Member uses ‘Employee Indexes’ to set expectations and predict an analysed person’s results in various roles. In other words, it shows the areas in which someone has the highest chance of success.
RISE Team Member uses 24 factors to define one’s personality traits at work as well as their professional motivations. With these results, finding the suitable candidate for a position becomes markedly easier. Furthermore, RISE results are useful for the long-term motivation of the assessed person and can help predict and plan for future personality modifications.
This complex assessment contains 72 questions and takes approximately 30 minutes to complete.
RISE Worker is ideal for assessing the decision-making mechanisms and motivations the rest of a company’s workforce, be them office workers or physical workers. Worker provides measurements of client-selected personality characteristics and can provide specific answers to questions clients ask about their employees. Clients can choose from 40 features that define an employee’s personality, such as respect for company property, tolerance for monotony, loyalty to the company, importance tied to salary raises, observation of working hours, or respect for rules. A client can also ask specific questions tailored to their business’s needs. Clients phrase the questions, then the RISE team translates them into psychological terms to identify the right combination of characteristics to answer the questions. Worker comes with 5 personality features, but clients can select up to 10 features if they so desire. Worker assesses features on a scale from 1 to 100%. From the determined ranges, the client can clearly see to what extent the given features are present in the ‘original personality’ of the person. Thus, Worker helps identify clear screening and selection criteria, which enables employers finds employees that meet these requirements, which significantly decreases staff turnover/fluctuation. When compiling the assessment, our priority was to keep it simple, easy to understand, and quick to fill out in order to integrate employees into the process.
RISE Worker contain 24 questions and take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete.
RISE Candidate is a screening and selection tool that focuses on the specific personality elements that lead to intelligent and effective recruitment decisions. Candidate does this by zeroing in the respondent’s primary and secondary ‘original personality’ types. The original personality is present since childhood and takes over when making important decisions. Thus, the primary and secondary personality types speak volumes about whether a particular person is suitable for a particular role. For example, we would not recommend a person with a high Individual factor—the personality type marked by creativity and dynamism—for a position that necessitates a high tolerance for monotony. Notably, our consultants have years of experience working across various industries, so they can recommend successful primary/secondary type combinations that vary widely based upon the needs of a particular position.
Candidate also identifies the changes to the respondent’s personality, their ‘modification’, which directly impacts their work efficiency, contentment, and potential to take advantage of their strengths. When coupled with the information about the respondent’s original personality, the modification shows whether a candidate can exploit the innate strengths of their original personality. The modification is Candidate’s extra safeguard: even if a person is an ideal candidate for a position based upon their original personality, a significant modification is a red flag that means that something has eroded their potential.Finally, Candidate also shows the respondent’s Top 5 highest-scoring Professional Features. Candidate identifies many Professional Features, including but not limited to the tolerance of monotony and a heavy workload, the ability to perform as a team player, problem-solving skills, the ability to lead and manage others, the desire for perfection, and the ability to motivate and energise others. All in all, Candidate takes a detailed snapshot that reveals crucial data and provides guidance throughout the recruitment and selection process.
RISE Candidate consists of 24 questions and takes roughly 10-15 minutes to complete.