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Contact Emma Woods, our Manager of the People Consulting Team, today about using Personality Profiling as part of your recruitment process.
Job performance is often dependent on personality traits such as a candidate’s drive and motivations, their adaptability, or how they fit into your team or organisation. Assessing a candidate’s personality traits predict performance and future potential in a specific job and organisation.
Personality profiling is a scientific method of determining human personality characteristics and establishes person-job fit across the talent management life cycle. The personality assessment establishes a candidate’s strengths and potential weaknesses, key work styles and motivations. Collins McNicholas develop a bespoke report based on the specific role/department within 24-48 hours of candidate completion.
Collins McNicholas can also assess a candidate’s Emotional Intelligence, which includes how well a person can understand their own feelings and emotions as well as those of others, and how well a person manages their relationships with others. Collins McNicholas can provide a report that indicates the degree to which a candidate’s particular combination of personality traits might be predictive of a range of social and emotional competencies.