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Work Personality Index: Leadership Online Report

Author(s): Donald Macnab and Shawn Bakker
Publisher: Psychometrics Canada
SKU code: E567
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The Work Personality Index assessment provides a clear framework for understanding the impact of personality on job performance. It helps you identify key motivators and behaviours - essential for hiring the right people, developing employees and supporting great leaders.

Unlike other personality assessments the Work Personality Index only measures personality traits that are directly related to the work environment and on-the-job behaviours.

The 19-page Work Personality Index: Leadership Online Report can assist leaders understand their role and maximise their impact. This report sets the stage with an individual's pivotal skills, competencies and areas of difficulty, to focus development plans on areas that will lead to the greatest increase in leadership performance.

It ends with exercises that bring it all together-helping you create development plans that leverage strengths and address pressing needs.

Sample WPI Leadership Online Report.

The Work Personality Index is administered via the CareerID Online Testing Platform. To set up a CareerID Online account, please email with your account request.

The Work Personality Index Assessment(s) can be sent to clients for completion at any time. Once the assigned assessment has been completed, clinicians require credits in their CareerID account to generate reports.

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Author(s): Donald Macnab and Shawn Bakker