The Predictive Index

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Predictive Index

Introduction

1.

• Founded in 1995 by Arnold S. Daniels

 • Used over 146 countries around the globe

 • Developed and validated in compliance with:

    -  EEOC

    -  APA

    -  SIOP

4-Factor Model of Personality

What is the PI®?

People

Predicts

Provides a perspective

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Behavioral Survey

PI Job assessment

Analysis

Patterns

Factors

Drives

Factors

Factors

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Dominance - A

Dominance - A

Extraversion - B

Extraversion - B

Patience - C

Patience - C

Formality - D

Formality - D

Job Assessment

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The PI is:

  • Psychometric test
  • Work Survey
  • A predictor of work-related behavior
  • Intelligence Test

The PI behavioral assessment provides a perspective of the unique behavioral drives and needs that make people work

  • True
  • False

The PI is used for the following human resources purposes:

  • Employee Selection
  • Leadership Development
  • Performance coaching
  • Team Building
  • A and C
  • All of the above

Which of the elements of the PI Behavioral Assessment reflects an individual’s natural drives?

  • Self-Concept
  • Synthesis
  • Self
  • None of the above

The PI measures four primary and fundamental personality constructs: The Factor A – Dominance specifically measures:

  • Individual's Temper
  • The drives to exert one's influence on people and events
  • Tone of voice
  • The intensity of a person’s tension and pace

The PI measures four primary and fundamental personality constructs: The Factor B – Extroversion measures:

  • The ability to speak aloud in public
  • The drive for social interaction with other people
  • The drive to conform to formal rules and structure
  • The skills to organize events

The PI measures four primary and fundamental personality constructs: The Factor C – Patience measures:

  • The ability to listen to others
  • The drive to conform to formal rules and structure
  • The intensity of a person's tension and pace
  • The drives to exert one’s influence on people and events

The PI measures four primary and fundamental personality constructs: The Factor D – Formality measures:

  • Discipline
  • Manners
  • The conformity of rules and structures
  • The intensity of a person’s tension and pace

The PI job assessment represents the job requirements in behavioral terms.

  • True
  • False

The PI job assessment is completed by:

  • Leadership
  • Employees
  • Candidates
  • B and C
  • None of the above