Before you match a person to a job, you have to know what the job requires. That's where the Job Model (Performance Requirement Options) worksheet comes in.
The Job Model gives you a road map for the various positions in your organization, providing insight into the behaviors and drives necessary for superior performance in a given role.
The Predictive Index® system is a combination of employee assessment, education and consulting. At the core of this process is the Predictive Index® survey: a workplace-related behavioral assessment tool which helps managers identify the drives and motivations of their people, and the Job Model which helps you identify the behaviors and drives necessary for superior performance on a specific job. Combined, the two tools provide managers with invaluable insights for employee assessment, coaching, leadership development, succession planning, team performance and more. The end result: improved performance and productivity for your entire organization.
It all starts with a simple checklist
At first glance, it appears to be a simple checklist of personality traits. For all its apparent simplicity, however, the Predictive Index® (PI®) is a sophisticated instrument that's been scientifically validated as a reliable predictor of work-related behavior. As anyone who has completed PI will tell you, the results are uncannily accurate.
The Predictive Index®Checklist is available in sixty languages, plus Braille.
Job Model - How do you know who’s right for the job?
Before you match a person to a job, you have to know what the job requires. That's where the Job Model (Performance Requirement Options) worksheet comes in. The Job Model gives you a road map for the various positions in your organization, providing insight into the behaviors and drives necessary for superior performance in a given role.
The Job Model and the Predictive Index® work together. The Job Model helps you understand the specific traits that lead to the most effective performance in a particular job, given the realities of your organization's methods, markets, processes and management. It also gives you insight into similarities and differences that might exist in various individuals' approaches to the same job.
You can compare an individual's PI® results with the needs of the job, highlighting both fits and gaps to make better-informed selection, coaching, performance management and leadership decisions.
The Job Model is available in 15 languages.
Validity. Proven Results.
Since 1955, thousands of businesses have depended on the Predictive Index® for a variety of uses, including employee selection. PI Worldwide remains dedicated to conducting research that ensures that the PI is pertinent, free of bias, valid, and reliable.
Clients around the world have confidence in the Predictive Index® not only because of its proven accuracy, but also for its scientific and research-based foundation:
- The Predictive Index®was developed and validated in compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) Guidelines, as well as the professional standards established by the American Psychological Association (APA) and the Society of Industrial & Organizational Psychology (SIOP).
- We have amassed an extensive library of over 400 criterion-related job validity studies covering multiple jobs, industries and countries that document the instrument's validity and usefulness in the business world.
- EEOC studies indicate that PI cannot distinguish if a person has a disability or not. Therefore, PI® is in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
Contact PerformancePI for more information on the Predictive Index® process or to speak with a PI Associate to learn firsthand the bottom-line difference PI can make for your organization.
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