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Human Resources Assessments

CATALOGUE 2008­2009

June 2008

The New Zealand Council for Educational Research is pleased to present the Human Resources Test Catalogue for 2008/9.

In this edition, you will find information about changes and revisions to popular tests, and details about tests new to our range. A good deal of research has gone into the development of this new catalogue, with some useful new editions, and a growing number of tests now available online. The catalogue classifies tests by area of professional interest, and the alphabetical index at the back of the catalogue enables you to locate particular tests quickly and easily. Thank you for giving NZCER the opportunity to assist you and your clients with your test requirements in 2008 and beyond. We welcome any enquiries regarding test items not listed in this catalogue.

Other test catalogues available:

Educational Test Catalogue Psychological Test Catalogue Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Resources Price List

Contact:

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Tests or Revisions New to this Catalogue

This list does not include new individual items for existing tests.

Test

Graduate and Managerial Assessment (GMA) Wonderlic Personnel Test ­ Revised (WPT-R) Career Values Card Sort Leisure and Retirement Activities Card Sort Motivated Skills Occupational Interests Card Sort Prepare for Tests at Interview: For Graduates and Managers Customer Service Aptitude Profile (CSAP) Emotional Judgement Inventory and Report Employee Screening Questionnaire for Call Centres (ESQ-CC) Employee Screening Questionnaire (ESQ) The Stress Profile Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ General and 360 (EIQ:G) Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ Managerial and 260 (EIQ:M) Extended DISC Parker Team Player Survey Personal Learning Profile (PLP) Team Climate Inventory (TCI)

Category

Aptitude and Skills Aptitude and Skills Career Guidance Career Guidance Career Guidance Career Guidance Client Resource Employment Screening Employment Screening Employment Screening Employment Screening Interpersonal and Work Environment Organisational Development Organisational Development Organisational Development Organisational Development Organisational Development Organisational Development

CONTeNTs

Aptitude & Skills Career Guidance Client Resource Employment Screening Interpersonal And Work Environment Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Organisational Development Personality 4 9 15 16 18 22 28 33 41 45 46 47

Additional Information

Catalogue Order Form Test User's Qualification Summary Form Index Alphabetical

ApTITude & sKILLs

ACeR Advanced Test B90 -- New Zealand Revision (B90)

(Reid & Croft, 1991)

Level: B Age: Adult Timed: 50 minutes

Publisher: NZCER

The B90 was designed to sample verbal and numerical components of general mental ability. Developed to assess the ability to understand cognitive relationships and solve verbal and numerical problems, it is used with those currently undertaking or planning to undertake tertiary study, or with adults in a selection/training context, where some emphasis is likely to be placed on high intellectual ability.

Manual Key 1 or Key 2 Test booklets (pkg 10) (603M) (603K1) (603K2) (603B) $6.30 $1.80 $1.80 $19.80

ACeR Mechanical Reasoning Test -- Revised

(ACER Press, 1997)

Level: B Age: 15 + Timed: 20 minutes

Publisher: ACER Press

This test is designed to assess aptitude for solving problems requiring the understanding of mechanical ideas. It does not require mechanical knowledge but focuses on the reasoning aspects of mechanical aptitude, and the ability to visualise the relationship between moving parts in space.

Manual Key, ­ Form A ­ or Form B Test booklet, ­ Form A ­ or B (each) Answer sheets (pkg 10) (8002M) $81.00 $12.15 $12.15 $15.30 $15.30 $24.30

(8002AS)

ACeR short Clerical Test

(ACER Press, 2002)

Level: B Age: 15 + Timed: 5 minutes each subtest

Publisher: ACER Press

This test assesses the speed and accuracy of checking verbal and numerical material and competence in completing basic calculations as required in routine positions. It comprises two subtests -- one designed to measure speed and accuracy in checking handwritten or printed material, and one designed to measure basic arithmetic skills.

Manual Key Test booklets, each subtest (pkg 10) (8006M) (8006K) (8006TB) $45.00 $9.00 $22.50

ACeR Word Knowledge Test (WKT)

(de Lemos, 1990)

Level: B Age: 15 + Timed: 10 minutes

Publisher: ACER Press

The WKT is used to assess verbal skills and general reasoning ability and comprises 72 items. A word or phrase is selected from five alternatives, giving the closest meaning to that item.

Manual Score key, ­ Form E ­ or Form F Test booklet, ­ Form E ­ or Form F Answer sheets (pkg 10)

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(8005M) (8005KE) (8005KF) (8005BE) (8005BF) (8005AS)

$43.20 $7.65 $7.65 $7.65 $7.65 $15.30

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employee Aptitude survey Tests (eAs)

(Grimsley, Ruch, Warren, & Ford, 1963­2005) Publisher: Psychological Services, Inc.

Level: B Age: Adult Timed: 5 minutes each test, except Test 2 which takes 10 minutes

Consisting of 10 short cognitive ability tests, the EAS is intended for use in recruitment. The tests are designed to be used in combinations or batteries chosen to cover the major cognitive ability requirements of the relevant occupations: Test 1: Verbal comprehension -- measures ability to use and understand the relationships between words. Test 2: Numerical ability -- measures basic mathematical skill. Test 3: Visual pursuit -- measures speed and accuracy in visually tracing lines through complex designs. Test 4: Visual speed and accuracy -- measures ability to see details quickly and accurately. Test 5: Space visualisation -- measures ability to visualise and manipulate objects in three dimensions by viewing two-dimensional drawing. Test 6: Numerical reasoning -- measures ability to analyse logical relationships and discover principles underlying such relationships. Test 7: Verbal reasoning -- measures ability to analyse information and make valid judgements about that information. Test 8: Word fluency -- measures flexibility and ease in verbal communication. Test 9: Manual speed and accuracy -- measures ability to make fine-finger movements rapidly and accurately. Test 10: Symbolic reasoning -- measures ability to manipulate abstract symbols and use them to make valid decisions.

Manual -- revised Technical manual -- revised Supplemental norms report Keys 1 ­ 7, 10 (each) Each test (pkg 25) Specimen set (8102M) (8102TM) (8102SNR) (8102K1-7) (8102T1-10) (8102S) $81.00 $63.00 $63.00 $36.30 $243.00 $243.00

EAS series test will soon be available through online administration. Contact test advisory for more information.

Graduate and Managerial Assessment (GMA)

(Blinkhorn, 2006) Publisher: ASE

Level: B Age: Adult Timed: Verbal reasoning -- 30 minutes, Numerical -- 30 minutes, Abstract -- 30 minutes; Combined reasoning -- 50 minutes

A flexible parallel test series to identify the top 12.5 percent of the population

What the GMA measures

Verbal -- measures the ability to assess the importance and logic of verbally presented reports in an objective manner. Numerical -- measures the ability to reason with numbers and to understand information presented in numerical form. Abstract -- measures the ability to think strategically and the capacity to perceive new and changing patterns, devise new methods, and operate at different levels of analysis. Developed specifically to assess those with higher level ability and senior managerial potential, the Graduate and Managerial Assessment (GMA) has established itself as one of the most respected suites of ability measures in the UK and world test markets. The three tests that make up the GMA -- Numerical, Verbal, and Abstract -- measure not just knowledge but also numerical reasoning, critical thinking, and flexibility of thought. They can be administered separately or in any combination. Each assessment has two versions -- Form A and Form B -- which are parallel in terms of level of difficulty but contain different items. Either can be used to avoid the effects of learning through previous assessment.

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GMA Reference Set Numerical Reusable GMA Numerical ­ Form A ­ or Form B Test booklets (10) GMA Numerical ­ Form A ­ or B Admin pack Verbal Reusable GMA Verbal ­ Form A ­ or Form B Test booklets (10) GMA Verbal ­ Form A ­ or Form B Admin pack Abstract Reusable GMA Abstract ­ Form A ­ or Form B Test booklets (10) GMA Abstract ­ Form A ­ or B Admin pack

(8148S) (8148BNA) (8148BNB) (8148ANA) (8148ANB) (8148BVA) (8148BVB) (8148AVA) (8148AVB) (8148BAA) (8148BAB) (8148AAA) (8148AAB)

$621.00 $459.00 $459.00 $315.00 $315.00 $459.00 $459.00 $315.00 $315.00 $459.00 $459.00 $315.00 $315.00

Modern Occupational skills Test -- second edition (MOsT-2)

(Blinkham, Hall, & Wood, 2004)

Level: B Age: 15 + Timed: Varies from 8 ­ 15 minutes per subtest

Publisher: ACER Press

The MOST-2 consists of nine tests, grouped into three levels of complexity to cater for different literacy and numeracy requirements. They cover many of the skills important in office work including planning, organising, estimating, communicating, and accuracy and are most suitable for office personnel, junior management, retail staff, and supervisors. The nine subtests, and their levels, are: Level 1 Filing, Verbal checking, Numerical checking Level 2 Numerical awareness, Word meanings, Spelling and grammar Level 3 Numerical estimation, Technical checking, Decision making

Manual Administration pack, each subtest (one each of: administration guide, score key, test booklet, task inventory, and administrator's test record) Test pack, each subtest (pkg 10 test booklets) Test taker's guide, each subtest (pkg 10) Specimen set Subtest 1 Decision making admin pack Decision making test pack (10) Subtest 2 Filing admin pack Filing test pack (10) Subtest 3 Numerical awareness admin pack Numerical awareness test pack (10) Subtest 4 Numerical checking admin pack Numerical checking test pack (10) (82392NCA) (82392NCT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392NAA) (82392NAT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392FA) (82392FT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392DMA) (82392DMT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392S) (82392UG) $81.00

$36.00 $67.50 $12.60 $162.00

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Subtest 5 Numerical estimation admin pack Numerical estimation test pack (10) Subtest 6 Spelling & grammar admin pack Spelling & grammar test pack (10) Subtest 7 Technical checking admin pack Technical checking test pack (10) Subtest 8 Verbal checking admin pack Verbal checking test pack (10) Subtest 9 Word Meanings admin pack Word Meanings test pack (10) (82392WMA) (82392WMT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392VCA) (82392VCT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392TCA) (82392TCT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392SGA) (82392SGT) $36.00 $67.50 (82392NEA) (82392NET) $36.00 $67.50

select Tests -- General select and professional select

(ACER Press, 2003) Publisher: ACER Press

Level: B Age: 15 + Timed: Verbal, 15 minutes; numerical, 20 minutes

The Select Tests measure general intellectual skills as demonstrated by the ability to see relationships and solve problems. The General Select is based on the level of the PL/PQ and the Professional Select is based on the level of the BL/BQ and each comprises separate verbal and numerical tests.

Manual General numerical test booklet (pkg 10) General verbal test booklet (pkg 10) Professional numerical test booklet (pkg 10) Professional verbal test booklet (pkg 10) (8365GNB) (8365GVB) (8365PNB) (8365PVB) $22.50 $22.50 $22.50 $22.50 $22.50

skillscape

(Whetton & Smith, 2000) Publisher: GL assessment

These tests are designed to measure basic literacy and numeracy skills in people who have limited academic qualifications. The tests can be administered as a timed assessment for selection purposes, or as an informal, untimed assessment for diagnostic or counselling purposes. There are two levels of difficulty: Level 1 is aimed at individuals with a reading age of about 9 ­ 10 years whereas Level 2 contains more complex items and has slightly more information for candidates to deal with. This level is aimed at those with a reading level of about 11 years. Literacy: Questions are based around a fictitious community newspaper, and involve reading and extracting relevant information from advertisements, articles, job vacancies, and other local news. There are two sections to this test. Numeracy: The test assesses the candidate's ability to carry out simple calculations, estimate rough answers to questions, and apply numerical concepts to common problems involving money, measurement, travel, etc.

Level: B Age: 16 + Timed: Literacy tests: Level 1, 40 minutes and Level 2, 25 minutes; Numeracy: Level 1, 35 minutes and Level 2, 30 minutes

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Reference set Prescreen literacy tests (pkg 25) Prescreen numeracy tests (pkg 25) Literacy 1 booklets (pkg 25) Literacy 2 booklets (pkg 25) Numeracy 1 booklets (pkg 10) Numeracy 1 answer sheets (pkg 25) Numeracy 2 booklets (pkg 10) Numeracy 2 answer sheets (pkg 25) Writing booklets (pkg 10) Newspaper Level 1 (pkg 10) Newspaper Level 2 (pkg 10)

(8361RS) (8361PLT) (8361PNT) (8361L1B) (8361L2B) (8361N1B) (8361N1AS) (8361N2B) (8361N2AS) (8361WB) (8361NP1) (8361NP2)

$490.50 $99.00 $99.00 $148.50 $225.00 $148.50 $189.00 $148.50 $225.00 $175.50 $99.00 $99.00

Wonderlic Basic skills Test (WBsT)

(Long, Artese, & Clonts, 1996)

Level: B Age: Adult Timed: Verbal skills, 20 minutes; quantitative skills, 25 minutes

Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

The WBST is designed to assess the basic verbal and mathematical skills required for nonprofessional jobs. Quantitative skills are measured in terms of practical mathematical applications and verbal ability is measured in terms of reading comprehension, word knowledge, grammar, and sentence construction. The test is taken using pen and paper and then scored using PC software.

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Wonderlic personnel Test ­ Revised (WpT-R)

(Wonderlic, 2007)

Level: B Age: Adult Timed: 12 minutes

Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

The Wonderlic Personnel Test ­ Revised (WPT-R) is a new edition of the well-known and highly respected WPT that has been in development since 2001. The test introduces new item types including spatial, logic, verbal and math questions designed for adults in the workplace. Features: ·50questions,12minutes,singlescore ·Adult-Level,Business-relatedcontent ·Isvisuallyappealingandtesttakersfeeltheyareabletodemonstratetheirabilities ·Automatedscoringformaximumaccuracy ·Multiplechoiceitemtypes ·WPT-RscoresareonthesamescaleasWPT. The WPT-R can be taken online or by pen and paper. If taken online, the test is administered at your offices and results are emailed within minutes of completion. Please contact NZCER for details for setting up online scoring. With the pen and paper version, keys are provided for handscoring.

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CAReeR GuIdANCe

Career Attitudes and strategies Inventory (CAsI)

(Holland & Gottfredson, 1994) Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

Level: Csp Age: Adult untimed: 35 minutes

The CASI is a 130-item self-administered and self-scored instrument which is designed to help identify and clarify career problems. It is intended to stimulate constructive discussion in individual or group settings. The CASI surveys nine areas of career or work adaptation: Job satisfaction Dominant style Family commitment Work involvement Career worries Risk-taking style Skill development Interpersonal abuse Geographical barriers

A special section on the answer sheet allows clients to check specific areas of concern from a list of 21 potential career obstacles.

Complete set (includes forms for 25 administrations) Answer sheets (pkg 25) Summary booklets (pkg 25) (8079CASIKT) (8079CASIAS) (8079CASIS) $270.00 $81.00 $81.00

Career Beliefs Inventory (CBI)

(Krumboltz, 1991) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: Varies

The CBI is designed to create career options for people by identifying the beliefs they have which may be blocking their career goals. Ninety-six items are rated on a 5-point scale from "strongly agree" to "strongly disagree". The CBI measures 27 scores: Administrative index Openness College education Responsibility Work environment Job experimentation Persisting while uncertain Negotiating/searching

Applications and technical guide Self-scorable booklets (pkg 10) Workbook: Exploring your career beliefs

Employment status Achievement Intrinsic satisfaction Control Approval of others Relocation Taking risks Overcoming obstacles

Career plans Acceptance of uncertainty Peer equality Structured Self ­ other comparisons Post-training transition Improving self Learning job skills Working hard

(8070ATG) (8070SSB) (8070EYCB) $144.00 $162.00 $26.10

Occupation/college variation Career path flexibility

Career Thoughts Inventory (CTI)

(Samson, Peterson, Lenz, Reardon, & Saunders, 1998) Publisher: Psychological AssessmentResources, Inc.

The CTI is a self-administered measure of negative career thinking. It may be used for screening and needs assessment as well as a learning resource to help adults, university, and secondary school students. It aims to assist in identifying, challenging, and altering negative career thoughts. The CTI yields a global score and three construct scale scores: decision-making confusion, commitment anxiety, and external conflict.

Level: Csp Age: 15 + Timed: 7 ­ 15 minutes

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Complete set (includes forms for 25 test administrations and 5 workbooks) Test booklets (pkg 25) Workbook

(8071KT) (8071TB) (8071WB)

$432.00 $135.00 $27.45

Career Values Card sort

(Knowdell) Publisher: CareerTrainer

Non threatening

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: Varies

The KnowdellTM Career Assessments are universally perceived as non threatening by individuals at all levels and in a wide range of occupations. This is especially so in working with "test-shy" individuals who have not been very successful in school settings. Instead of seeing the sorting process as "a test that I will probably fail" they view the assessment as a "game" that is fun rather than threatening.

Almost effortless

When asked to prioritise values by making lists or ranking existing lists, clients often become bored or disengaged. This sorting process has the opposite effect, actually engaging the client--even a sleepy client on a warm day right after lunch.

High face validity

The sorting technique is unlike traditional psychometric instruments in that the client is very aware of the results as he or she engages in the process of sorting the cards. Consequently, the results are never a surprise and clients agree that they accurately describe them. The KnowdellTM Career Values Card Sort is a simple tool that allows your clients to prioritise their values in as little as five minutes. Fifty-four variables of work satisfaction--such as time freedom, precision work, power, technical competence, and public contact--are listed and described. This is an effective tool for job seekers, those fine-tuning their present jobs, and career changers at all ages and stages. The report includes an overview of values, the role of values in career decision making, and supplementary activities for further clarification of career values.

Career Values Card Sort (8053KT) $16.20

Leisure and Retirement Activities Card sort

(Knowdell) Publisher: CareerTrainer

Nonthreatening

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: Varies

The KnowdellTM Career Assessments are universally perceived as non threatening by individuals at all levels and in a wide range of occupations. This is especially so in working with "test-shy" individuals who have not been very successful in school settings. Instead of seeing the sorting process as "a test that I will probably fail" they view the assessment as a "game" that is fun rather than threatening.

Almost effortless

When asked to prioritise values by making lists or ranking existing lists, clients often become bored or disengaged. This sorting process has the opposite effect, actually engaging the client--even a sleepy client on a warm day right after lunch.

High face validity

The sorting technique is unlike traditional psychometric instruments in that the client is very aware of the results as he or she engages in the process of sorting the cards. Consequently, the results are never a surprise and clients agree that they accurately describe them.

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An easy to use and approachable tool to aid in the transition from formal employment to a meaningful retirement lifestyle. Forty-eight common pastimes - from cultural events to meditation, from entertaining to group leadership - are listed and described. Cards can be used to determine current frequency as well as preferred activity patterns.

Leisure and Retirement Activities Card Sort (8333KT) $16.20

Motivated skills

(Knowdell) Publisher: CareerTrainer

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: Varies

Non threatening

The KnowdellTM Career Assessments are universally perceived as non threatening by individuals at all levels and in a wide range of occupations. This is especially so in working with "test-shy" individuals who have not been very successful in school settings. Instead of seeing the sorting process as "a test that I will probably fail" they view the assessment as a "game" that is fun rather than threatening.

Almost effortless

When asked to prioritise values by making lists or ranking existing lists, clients often become bored or disengaged. This sorting process has the opposite effect, actually engaging the client--even a sleepy client on a warm day right after lunch.

High face validity

The sorting technique is unlike traditional psychometric instruments in that the client is very aware of the results as he or she engages in the process of sorting the cards. Consequently, the results are never a surprise and clients agree that they accurately describe them. The KnowdellTM Motivated Skills Card Sort is a quick and easy way to identify the motivated skills that are central to personal and career satisfaction and success. Based on experience, feedback, and instinct, the client uses the cards to assess his or her proficiency and motivation in fifty-one transferable skills areas. The online client report includes an overview of achievement motivation and its role in career decision making, along with a series of supplementary activities for further clarification of one's motivated skills and achievement patterns.

Motivated Skills Card Sort (8243KT) $16.20

strong Interest Inventory and skills Confidence Inventory

(Betz, Borgen, & Harmon, 2004) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: 40 ­ 50 minutes

The Skills Confidence Inventory is a tool for exploring how self-assurance may be influencing occupational, educational, and leisure choices. Linked to the six General Occupational themes, this report illustrates how your client's interests relate to their level of confidence in performing certain activities. Available only as a Strong Profile or Interpretive report. The Strong Interest and Skills Confidence Inventory can only be taken online through NZCER's Test Scoring Centre.

Manual Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Strong interest and skills confidence profile report Strong interpretive and skills confidence profile report (929SCP) (929SICP) $28.80 $39.60 (8370SCM) $99.00

Completed online assessments are emailed to the test administrator. A fee of $10.00 per assessment will be charged for posted black and white hard copies.

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strong Interest Inventory

(Grutter, Hammer, Lecertua, Prince, & Rumpel, 2004)

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: 30 minutes

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

The Strong Interest Inventory has undergone significant changes; it now comprises 291 items answered on a 5-point Likert scale. Changes or updates were made to the normative sample, items, response options, general occupational themes, basic interest scales, occupational scales, personal style scales, and administrative scales. The Strong compares a client's interests with those of others in a wide variety of occupations. It measures preferences for occupations, school subjects, activities, amusements, types of people, and preference between pairs of activities and occupations. The profile is organised according to Holland's theory of occupational types, and provides information on six general occupational theme scores, 30 basic interest scales, 244 occupational scales, and five personal style scales. The Strong can only be taken online through NZCER's Test Scoring Centre.

Strong Interest Inventory manual Strong Interest Inventory user's guide Where do I go next? Career exploration: A journey of discovery (pkg 25) Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Online reports Profile Interpretive Profile, high school edition Profile, high school edition, plus interpretive Profile, college (university) edition Profile, college (university) edition, plus interpretive (926P) (926I) (927HP) (927HI) (928CP) (928CI) $28.80 $39.60 $28.80 $39.60 $28.80 $39.60 (8370M) (8370UG) (8370WDIGO) (8370RCX) $171.00 $73.80 $15.30 $54.00

Completed online assessments are emailed to the test administrator. An administration fee of $10.00 per assessment will be charged for posted black and white hard copies.

strong Interest Inventory 1994 edition Applications and technical guide Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Prepaid reports (combined question/answer booklet) Profile Interpretive Professional Online reports Profile Interpretive Professional strong/MBTI combined reports

NB: To generate the combined report the Strong GOT (General Occupational Theme) and MBTI type codes are required.

(8370RATG)

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(921SPRA) (922SIRA) (923SPFSRA) (921SPRO) (922SIRO) (923SPRO)

$28.80 $39.60 $45.00 $28.80 $39.60 $45.00

Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Career report Entrepreneur report (924S/MCRA) (925S/MERA) $39.60 $39.60

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Occupational Interests Card sort

(Knowdell) Publisher: CareerTrainer

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: Varies

Non threatening

The KnowdellTM Career Assessments are universally perceived as non threatening by individuals at all levels and in a wide range of occupations. This is especially so in working with "test-shy" individuals who have not been very successful in school settings. Instead of seeing the sorting process as "a test that I will probably fail" they view the assessment as a "game" that is fun rather than threatening.

Almost effortless

When asked to prioritise values by making lists or ranking existing lists, clients often become bored or disengaged. This sorting process has the opposite effect, actually engaging the client--even a sleepy client on a warm day right after lunch.

High face validity

The sorting technique is unlike traditional psychometric instruments in that the client is very aware of the results as he or she engages in the process of sorting the cards. Consequently, the results are never a surprise and clients agree that they accurately describe them. A low-cost technique for quickly identifying and ranking occupational interests. Clarifies the high-appeal jobs and fields; the degree of readiness, skills, and knowledge needed; and competency-building steps for entry or progress.

Occupational Interests Card Sort (8274OIC) $24.75

self-directed search: Revised Australian edition Form R (sds-R)

(Shears & Harvey-Beavis, 2000) Publisher: ACER Press

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: 30 ­ 45 minutes, including use of the Occupations finder

The Self-Directed Search is a self-administered, self-scored, and self-interpreted counselling tool that is based on Holland's RIASEC model. The SDS provides information about occupations which match the clients' interests, competencies, and perceived abilities.

Manual Assessment booklets (pkg 10) Occupations finder (pkg 10) Occupations finder -- alphabetised (pkg 10) You and your career (pkg 10) (8362SDSM) (8362SDSAB) (8362SDSOF) (8362SDSOFA) (8362SDSYYC) $81.00 $45.00 $45.00 $90.00 $27.00

strong Interest explorer

(Chartrand, 2001) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: Csp Age: 15 + Timed: 10 ­ 15 minutes

Developed for use in group settings, this Strong Interest Inventory instrument contains a condensed number of items (130), basic interpretive information, and steps to help identify educational and career options. No other components are required to administer this inventory.

Self-scorable booklets (pkg 10) (8370SIEB) $153.00

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Work Aspect preference scale -- second edition (WAps-2)

(Pryor, 2002)

Level: Csp Age: 15 + untimed: 10 ­ 20 minutes

Publisher: ACER Press

The WAPS-2 is designed to measure the qualities of work that individuals consider important to them. The 52 items are grouped into 13 scales: Altruism Detachment Money Security Independence Useful in counselling students about appropriate career choices, in rehabilitation of disabled individuals, in providing a general introduction to the study of personal and work values in career development research, and in assessing worker satisfaction.

Manual Question booklet/answer sheet/profile (8434R-M) (8434R-B/A) $144.00 $6.30

Co-workers Lifestyle Physical activity Self-development

Creativity Management Prestige Surroundings

Work potential profile (Wpp)

(Rowe, 1997)

Level: Csp Age: Individuals seeking employment Timed: 30 ­ 40 minutes

Publisher: ACER Press

The WPP was developed as a tool to assess the client's freedom from major barriers to employability. The questionnaire consists of 171 criterion-referenced items and is selfadministered. The following six factors form the basis of the assessment: coping; freedom from major barriers; social resources; abilities; motivation; and physical ability.

Complete set (includes forms for 10 administrations) Questionnaires (pkg 10) Answer sheets (pkg 10) Group summary forms or individual forms (pkg 10) (8427C) (8427Q) (8427AS) $225.00 $31.50 $18.00 $31.50

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CLIeNT ResOuRCe

practise Now! How To prepare For Recruitment and selection Tests

(ACER Press, 2002) Publisher: ACER Press

Level: A

A practical guide to test questions written by people who write selection tests. This guide will give your clients confidence in answering test questions related to general ability, aptitude, and skills. Each chapter focuses on a specific question type commonly used in selection tests. Each question type is explained in detail and reasons given for the correct answer. Practise Now! also has plenty of sample questions.

Practise Now (31346) $39.95

prepare For Tests At Interview: For Graduates and Managers

(Williams) Publisher: ASE

Level: A

Prepare for Tests at Interview de-mystifies the whole testing process and tackles many of the concerns candidates may have when faced with an unfamiliar assessment situation. Aimed primarily at managers and graduates, this book is an informative and user-friendly introduction to psychometric testing. The book contains examples, useful advice, and detailed explanations on: what psychometric assessments are; how to prepare for the day of the assessment; strategies to use during the assessment process; and how the results are interpreted. The book also contains test-yourself examples for each of the main test groups: personality, verbal, non verbal, numerical, mechanical, and clerical assessments. These are a useful way for candidates to build their confidence and familiarise themselves with the assessments, to ensure they do their best on the day of the assessment.

Prepare for Tests at Interview (32038) $29.70

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Customer service Aptitude profile (Customer service Ap)

(Marcus, Friedland, & Mandel)

Level: B Age: 14 + untimed: 20 minutes

Publisher: Western Psychological Services

This convenient questionnaire measures traits that are critical to success in customer service. Comprising 140 items and written at a sixth-grade reading level, the Customer Service AP can be completed by anyone over the age of 14. Applicants can take it online (on your PC) or on a paper-and-pencil answer sheet. You can score the test on your computer to get an interpretive report that evaluates the applicant in terms of: ­ customer service strengths ­ potential strengths ­ areas that need development. Validity scales identify applicants who have an unusually positive or unusually negative style of self-presentation and the scores of those applicants are automatically adjusted. In addition, the report includes recommendations for training and motivation. If you like, this section can be removed and shared with the individual who is being evaluated. The Customer Service AP stresses motivation as well as aptitude, identifying individuals who are likely to follow through once they've got the job. This evaluation addresses the following characteristics: Sales disposition Achievement Planning Assertiveness Patience Relaxed style Initiative/Cold calling Motivation Initiative Personal diplomacy Co-operativeness Goal orientation Sales closing Competitiveness Teamwork Extroversion Self-confidence

You can use the Customer Service AP not only to make better hiring decisions, but also to find out why your current customer service representatives may not be working up to their potential.

CD (10 uses). Good for 10 uses PC with Windows 98, ME, XP, or 2000. (8066CD10) $299.70

CD (100 uses). Good for 100 uses (8066CD100) $935.00 PC with Windows 98, ME, XP, or 2000. Employer's Guide (8066EG) $49.50 This 24-page guide includes administration and scoring instructions, interpretive guidelines, psychometric information, and a sample report.

emotional Judgment Inventory and Report (eJI)

(Bedwell)

Level: C Age: 16 + untimed: 15 minutes

Publisher: IPAT

The EJI is a brief measure of emotional intelligence designed to enhance the employee selection process by providing insight into an applicant's tendency to recognise and effectively use emotional information. It is also useful in professional development and placement applications as a tool to increase self-awareness. The seven dimensions of emotional intelligence measured are: ­ Being aware of emotions ­ Identifying own emotions ­ Identifying others' emotions

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­ Managing own emotions ­ Managing others' emotions ­ Using emotions in problem solving ­ Expressing emotions adaptively

EJI test booklets (pkg 10 ­ reusable) EJI answer sheets (pkg 25) Emotional judgement inventory report $36.00 $36.00 $55.80

employee Reliability Inventory (eRI)

(Borofsky, 1986) Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

Level: B Age: Adult untimed: 20 minutes

The ERI is a risk management tool designed for use in recruitment to help reduce turnover, absenteeism, work-related accidents, theft, and disruptive effects of alcohol and illegal drug use. The candidate's level of risk on the following seven scales is assessed: Long-term job commitment Conscientious job performance Safety Courtesy Trustworthiness Emotional maturity

Freedom from alcohol/substance abuse ERI can only be taken online through NZCER's Test Scoring Centre.

Due to publisher restrictions we are unable to include prices for the ERI in our catalogue. Please email [email protected] for price details.

employee screening Questionnaire for Call Centres (esQ-CC)

(Jackson, 2003) Publisher: Sigma Assessment Systems

Level: B Age: 16 + untimed: 15 minutes

Based on the ESQ, the ESQ-CC was developed specifically for the selection of reliable, productive, committed, customer-service oriented call centre personnel.

Online ESQ-CC administration $45.00

employee screening Questionnaire (esQ)

(Jackson, 2002) Publisher: Sigma Assessment Systems

The ESQ is a personality-based selection assessment designed to identify job candidates who are most likely to be productive, accurate, provide excellent customer service, and remain with the organisation. In addition, ESQ identifies applicants who are most likely to engage in counterproductive work behaviours, such as theft, sabotage, absenteeism, and safety violations.

Online ESQ administration $45.00

Level: B Age: 16 + untimed: 15 minutes

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Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation -- Behavior (FIRO-B®)

(Schutz, 1978)

®

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: C + MBTI® qualified practitioners Age: 18 + untimed: 15 minutes

The FIRO-B instrument is one of the most widely used tools for helping people understand their own behaviour -- and that of others -- in interpersonal situations. It provides a clarity of perception that improves personal effectiveness and is easily integrated into team-building initiatives, management training programmes, and communication workshops. With its short administration time and straightforward approach, the FIRO-B instrument lets you quickly gather insights about your clients' interpersonal needs and how those needs affect their interactions. This information helps illuminate why some relationships click and others miss. The FIRO-B Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation­BehaviorTM instrument is based on three basic interpersonal needs identified by renowned psychology pioneer Will Schutz, PhD: ­ Inclusion -- participation in forming relationships and associating with people ­ Control -- decision making, control and influence ­ Affection -- closeness and loyalty between individuals Using just 54 items, the FIRO-B assessment measures these basic needs along two dimensions: ­ Expressed -- the extent to which a person initiates a particular behaviour ­ Wanted -- the extent to which a person wants others to initiate the behaviour The FIRO-B assessment can be used in many different settings and across a variety of applications. Its insights can make a meaningful difference in one-on-one, small group, and team relationships. An ideal complement to other inventories, it can expand your view by shedding light on some additional nuances of variable interpersonal style. Use the FIRO-B tool in your organisation to meet a range of business needs, including improving communication, management and leadership development, team building, group development, and personal development. FIRO-B® can be taken online or by using the self-scorable booklets.

Self-scorable booklets (pkg 10) Understanding your FIRO-B® results (pkg 10) Introduction to FIRO-B® Introduction to FIRO-B® in organisations Participating in teams Coach's guide to the leadership report using FIRO-B and MBTI

® ®

(8128SB) (8128UR) (8128I) (8128IO) (8128PIT) (8128CGL) (8128TG) (998FI) (998F/ML)

$171.00 $171.00 $27.00 $27.00 $27.00 $31.50 $99.00 $36.00 $45.00

FIRO-B® technical guide Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Online reports Interpretive report for organisations FIRO-B®/MBTI® combined leadership report

Completed online assessments are emailed to the test administrator. An administration fee of $10.00 per assessment will be charged for posted black and white hard copies. Please Note: To generate the combined report the MBTI® type code is required and an initial FIRO-B® report must have been generated.

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Maslach Burnout Inventory ­ Third edition (MBI)

(Maslach & Jackson, 1996) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: B Age: 18 + untimed: 20 ­ 30 minutes

This inventory attempts to measure "burnout", a syndrome said to occur frequently among individuals whose work involves interaction with others at an intense level. Key aspects of burnout are increased feelings of emotional exhaustion, depersonalisation, and feelings of reduced personal accomplishment. The inventory was designed to assess these three aspects, each being measured by a separate subscale. The external and discriminate validities of the subscales suggest that the inventory measures a syndrome of behaviours that is qualitatively different from job dissatisfaction or clinical depression.

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Occupational stress Inventory -- Revised (OsI-R)

(Osipow & Spokane, 1998) Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

Level: B Age: 18 + untimed: 20 ­ 40 minutes

This is a 140-item self-report inventory designed to measure three dimensions of occupational adjustment: occupational stress; psychological strain; and coping resources. The inventory comprises three questionnaires that may be administered together or separately. The first questionnaire, occupational roles, is made up of six subscales to assess role overload, role insufficiency, role ambiguity, role boundary, responsibility, and the physical environment. The personal strain questionnaire comprises four subscales to measure vocational, psychological, interpersonal, and physical manifestations of stress, respectively. The final questionnaire, personal resources, comprises four subscales which assess the coping resources of recreation, self-care, social support, and rational/cognitive strategies.

Complete set (contains forms for 50 administrations) (8273RKT) $387.00

The stress profile

(Nowack) Publisher: Western Psychological Services

Level: C Age: Adults Timed: 20 ­ 30 minutes

The Stress Profile quickly identifies individual characteristics and behaviours that protect against or contribute to stress-related illness. In just 20 minutes, the Stress Profile measures all personal traits and lifestyle habits that have been shown to moderate the stress-illness relationship. It is ideal for both clinical and organisational use -- for behavioural health or executive coaching programmes. This convenient self-report inventory provides scores in 15 areas related to stress and health risk: Stress ­ Exercise ­ Rest/sleep ­ Eating/nutrition ­ Prevention Social support Cognitive hardiness ­ Positive appraisal ­ Negative appraisal ­ Threat minimisation ­ Problem focus Psychological well-being Health habits Coping style

Type A behaviour

The Stress Profile is particularly useful to clinicians who must evaluate people with physical and psychosomatic complaints. It also makes an excellent health risk appraisal tool within organisational settings (as part of wellness, stress management, and health promotion programmes). Because it is quick and easy to administer, the Stress Profile is ideal for routine use in organisations, outpatient clinics, hospitals, and medical practices.

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Complete set (includes forms for 25 autoscore forms, manual, 1 reusable administration booklet) Autoscore form (pkg 25) Manual Administration booklet (disposable x 25) Administration booklet (reusable x 5)

(8192KT) (8192HSB)

$252.00 $108.00 $124.20 $67.50 $141.50

Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

(Thomas & Kilmann, 1974)

Level: B Age: 15 + untimed: 15 minutes

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Conflict is a universal part of human interaction. For more than 30 years, the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) has been the leading conflict management assessment used by professionals throughout the world. The TKI reveals how differing conflict-handling styles affect personal and group dynamics and gives individuals the power to choose the appropriate style for any situation. The forced-choice, TKI inventory identifies a person's preferred conflict-handling style, or mode, and provides detailed information about how that individual can use the five different modes-- competing, collaborating, compromising, avoiding, and accommodating--effectively. The TKI model demonstrates that these differing behaviours are neither good nor bad, but simply different ways of dealing with conflict. The TKI is easy to administer; with just 30 carefully chosen items, it can be completed in about 15 minutes. The self-scorable Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument and the online version, the Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument Profile and Interpretive Report, were updated in the fall of 2007. Norms for the TKI assessment are based on a newly revised sample that closely reflects gender, racial, ethnic, and job level diversity in the workplace. The revised norm sample comprises 4,000 men and 4,000 women, ages 20 through 70, who were employed full-time in the United States between 2000 and 2005. Human resource, organisation development, and training professionals rely on the TKI for: ­ conflict and change management ­ team building ­ employee retention ­ leadership development ­ performance improvement ­ stress reduction ­ improved morale ­ enhanced communication. TKI workshops provide a forum for participants to see beyond the fear, anger, and frustration of conflict and recognise the opportunities for accepting differing viewpoints, enhancing communication, and improving productivity. The TKI can be administered using the self-scorable booklet or online administration.

Self-scorable booklet Conflict workshop facilitator's guide Introduction to conflict management Introduction to conflict and teams Let's deal with conflict (workshop card game) Let's deal with conflict (card set) Online report available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Profile and Interpretive Report (8383CMI) (8383CMG) (8383CM) (8383CT) (8383TKISET) (8383TKICARD) (975TKIPI) $27.00 $360.00 $24.75 $24.75 $247.50 $49.50 $31.50

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Work environment scale (Wes)

(Insel & Moos, 1986) Publisher: Mind Garden, Inc.

Level: B Age: 15 + untimed: 15 - 20 minutes

This scale consists of 90 true ­ false items and is designed to examine interpersonal relationships, personal growth, system maintenance, and change within the work setting. The scale has three forms: real (R), which measures perceptions of existing work environments; ideal (I), measuring conceptions of ideal work environments; and expectations (E), a measure of a prospective employee's expectations. The test yields 10 scores. Used to assess correlates of productivity, worker satisfaction, quality assurance programmes, work stressors, individual adaptation, and supervisory methods.

Manual ­ third edition User's guide ­ revised Score key Test booklets, Form I (pkg 25) Test booklets, Form E (pkg 25) Test booklets, Form R (pkg 25) Answer sheets (pkg 25) Profiles (pkg 25) Self-scorable answer sheets (pkg 25) Interpretive report forms (pkg 25) (8435M) (8435UG) (8435K) (8435BI) (8435BE) (8435BR) (8435AS) (8435P) (8435SSAS) (8435IR) $144.00 $90.00 $49.50 $126.00 $126.00 $90.00 $63.00 $36.00 $108.00 $90.00

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MyeRs-BRIGGs Type INdICATOR

MyeRs-BRIGGs Type INdICATOR®

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Level: C or MBTI Qualifying Certification Age: Form M, 15 +; Form Q, 18 + untimed: 20 ­ 30 minutes

For more than 50 years, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) Personality Inventory has helped millions of individuals throughout the world gain insight into themselves and how they interact with others. The MBTI assessment helps people transform themselves -- by giving them a powerful tool for improving how they communicate, learn, and work. Isabel Myers' unique implementation of Carl Jung's theory of psychological type, the MBTI instrument, determines preferences on four dichotomies: ­ Extraversion ­ Introversion ­ Sensing ­ Intuition ­ Thinking ­ Feeling ­ Judging ­ Perceiving The various combinations of these preferences result in 16 distinct personality types. The MBTI instrument's wide-ranging applications promote growth and development in many organisational settings, including business, counselling, and education. The instrument is scored using item response theory (IRT), one of the most powerful item rating methods in modern test theory, ensuring the most accurate prediction of a person's true type. Form M (Step I) includes 93 items and provides the basic MBTI four-letter type. The Form M is available in both pencil and paper administration or online administration and reporting options. Form Q (Step II) includes 144 items and provides the basic MBTI four-letter type and results on 20 facets of that type. It is the next step in personal and professional development using the MBTI assessment. Form Q drills down to a finer level of detail to explore personal variation within each type. The Form Q is only available through online administration and reporting. MBTI® Complete brings together for the first time the genuine Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment and a basic gold standard interpretation developed by type expert Allen Hammer, PhD. Endorsed by the Myers and Briggs Foundation, this one-stop online offering boosts training effectiveness by automating participants' introduction to personality type. The first step in building great leaders and teams that excel is to start with the people and their awareness of themselves and others. MBTI®Complete is only available through online administration and reporting. The Team Report makes that first step a springboard into accelerated high-performance development. When MBTI reports are incorporated into a development programme, bottom-line performance improves measurably and quickly.

Contact NZCER Psychological Test Centre for information on the next MBTI Qualifying Programme in New Zealand.

MBTI®Complete

Form M

Save time and extend your organisational reach with this all-in-one Myers-Briggs® assessment plus interpretation For the first time ever, the genuine Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® assessment and a basic gold standard interpretation are combined in one powerful package available online. Developed by type expert Allen Hammer, PhD, and endorsed by the Myers and Briggs Foundation, MBTI®Complete enables you to: ­ accelerate training effectiveness ­ ensure consistent, high-quality interpretations

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­ extend your organisational reach ­ spend more time on what matters most -- your clients. The MBTI ®Complete interactive learning process allows employees and clients to: ­ take the full MBTI assessment on their own timetable and at their own pace ­ learn about type and how it works ­ determine their four-letter type and verify their results ­ receive a 3-page description of their best-fit type ­ learn about their type preferences, including how they interact with others, their strengths, and important areas for growth. Even before they discover their four-letter type, clients will learn what the different preferences are and how these work together. As the practitioner, you will receive not only the verified type report each participant sees but also the Form M Profile based on his or her reported type.

MBTI®Complete

MBTI®Complete is only available through NZCER's online Test Scoring Centre.

$72.00 each

MBTI® paper-Based Materials

Form M (1998)

Manual -- 3rd edition Question booklets (each) Answer sheets, handscored (pkg 25) Report forms (pkg 25) Scoring templates (set of 4) (8253M) (8253B) (8253AS) (8253RF) (8253K4) $243.00 $9.45 $63.00 $63.00 $148.50

MBTI® self-scorable

Form M (paper-Based)

Provide an immediate yet comprehensive administration of the MBTI® tool This compact, all-inclusive booklet makes administration of the MBTI instrument easy in a group, classroom, or workshop setting. It contains 93 items, an answer sheet, and basic interpretive information. Easy-to-understand instructions and a simple three-step process make scoring easier and faster than ever before. No other components are needed to administer this assessment. Rely on the MBTI® Self-scorable to provide instant results for on-the-spot interpretation.

Self-scorable forms (pkg 10) (8253SS) $207.00

MBTI® Online-Based Administration and Reporting

Pricing of online assessments covers the cost of taking the questionnaire and providing the specified report which will be emailed to the test administrator. If printed hard copies are required these can be obtained for an additional administration fee of $10.00 per report for posted black and white hard copies.

MBTI® profile Form M (online administration only)

Provide a basic profile of your client's MBTI® type at an economical price (4 page report) The Profile furnishes a summary of your client's MBTI results, allowing you to tailor interpretation and feedback sessions to his or her needs. It provides reported type, explanations of the preferences, characteristics frequently associated with the type, and an easy-to-read graph displaying the preference clarity index.

Profile (912MMPRA) $29.70

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MBTI® Interpretive Report

Form M (online administration only)

Delivers a concise yet thorough interpretation of your client's MBTI® results This five-page report provides the information every practitioner needs to conduct an interpretation of a client's MBTI results. The report includes all the data from the MBTI® Profile (including preference clarity index information) plus: ­ a user-friendly overview of type preferences ­ a brief discussion of personality type and type development ­ an extensive description of the client's four-letter type The report delves into the pattern of preferences unique to the client's type, explains clarity of preference and what it means, and offers tips for verifying type.

BInterpretive (913MMIRA) $39.60

MBTI® Interpretive Report For Organizations

Form M (online administration only)

Build on employee strengths and develop target areas identified in this report Practitioners who view type from an organisational perspective will find high value in this specially developed report. The Interpretive Report for Organizations includes all the Profile data and a brief introduction to type and discusses the connection between type and: ­ leadership styles ­ preferred work environments ­ communication styles and problem solving approaches. This report is based on four-letter type results. It can be generated using the client's item responses (reported type) or verified type. This report is ideal for organisational development, management development, and team-building applications.

Interpretive report for organisations (914MMIROA) $45.00

MBTI® Team Report

(Allen L. Hammer)

Form M (online administration only)

Develop and inspire teams with this report Develop a thriving and co-operative team with this powerful tool. The Team Report provides a description of the group's type, its strengths and weaknesses, and its problem solving and conflict management styles. It also offers a personalised action plan to improve team productivity. The report supplies information on the similarities and differences among the group members to build an effective, satisfied team. The group facilitator receives a Workshop Leader's Report to assist in planning. Be sure all team members have taken a form of the MBTI instrument and obtained their type before ordering this report. Teams can include up to 64 members.

Team (per team member) (916MMTRA) $45.00

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MBTI® Work styles Report

(Allen L. Hammer)

Form M (online administration only) enhancing Two-Way Communication In Organizations

Help any two people learn to work together effectively Conflicts between employees in an organisation jeopardise morale, efficiency, and employee retention. The Work Styles Report, a narrative report designed for two people, offers a good starting point from which to address conflicts. The report can help clients understand type differences and lead to a more positive work environment. The Work Styles Report includes an overview of the meaning of the four MBTI type dichotomies and a description of each person's type preferences, with a focus on characteristics of that type in the workplace. Sections include communication style, information gathering, decision making, and project management. The report provides steps to develop a more productive, satisfying, and healthy working relationship. To order this report, individuals must already have taken some form of the MBTI instrument and verified their type preferences.

Work styles (for two people) (916MMWAS) $45.00

MBTI® Career Report

(Allen L. Hammer)

Form M (online administration only)

Find the best occupational match for your clients or students with this easy-to-read graphic report The revised MBTI® Career Report shows your clients or students how their type affects their career exploration and discusses the benefits of choosing a job that is a good fit for their type. It also explores preferred work tasks and work environments -- as well as most popular and least popular occupations -- for any type and offers strategies for improving job satisfaction. This completely updated report includes expanded coverage of popular fields, such as business, health care, computer technology, and high-level executive and management occupations.

Career report Career report Manual Career report User's Guide (915MMCRA) (8250CRM) (8250CRUG) $36.00 $144.00 $58.50

MBTI® Form Q

MBTI Step II Form Q manual Understanding your Step II results (8254MQ) (8254UMR) $180.00 $24.75

sTep II profile

(Naomi L. Quenk & Jean M. Kummerow)

Form Q (online administration only)

Explore the facets of your client's MBTI® type The Step II Profile presents your client's results graphically in just four pages. The client's Step I four-letter type is displayed first on this Profile. Next, his or her results on the 20 Step II facets are graphed. Descriptions on the graphs help the client understand the meaning of his or her Step II facet results. The Profile concludes with an interpreter's summary, which provides the client's results in brief; the average range of scores of people of the client's MBTI type; and the score on the polarity index -- a measure of the consistency of Form Q responses.

Profile

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MBTI® step II Interpretive Report

(Naomi L. Quenk & Jean M. Kummerow)

Form Q (online administration only)

Help clients see how their facet results show how they express their type preferences The Step II Interpretive Report is a highly personalised narrative and graphic report that helps clients understand and apply their MBTI results. It can be generated on the basis of either the client's reported type (results from scoring the items) or his or her verified type (if your client has previously taken the MBTI instrument and verified best-fit type). If you use verified type, Form Q item responses are also required. The Step II Interpretive Report offers Step I results and describes in detail the client's four-letter personality type. Step II facet results are displayed graphically, and personalised text explains the client's result on each of the 20 facets. These results are then applied to four important components of professional development: communication, change management, decision making, and conflict management. The report describes your client's style in these four areas and suggests ways of using that style more effectively. This report integrates Step I and Step II results to help clients see how their facet results add understanding to their personality preferences. The interpreter's summary shows the client's results in brief; the average range of scores of those who share the client's MBTI type; and the score on the polarity index--a measure of the consistency of Form Q responses.

Interpretive report (909QI) $55.80

strong and MBTI® Career Report

(Judith Grutter & Allen L. Hammer)

Provide your clients with a complete career development picture The Strong and MBTI® Career Report empowers you to provide your clients with a complete career development picture based on a combined interpretation of their interests and personality. It integrates your clients' General Occupational Themes, Basic Interest Scales, Occupational Scales, and Personal Style Scales from the Strong with their MBTI results to offer career direction and identify relevant occupations, with emphasis on those suggested by both instruments. The Strong and MBTI® Career Report leverages the latest research on both instruments and combines the results for more than 68,000 individuals who have taken the Strong with the results for more than 92,000 individuals who have completed the MBTI assessment. The highly intuitive report includes 4 pages of individualised, interactive content for all clients starting a career, considering a career change, looking for career enrichment, or seeking work­life balance. The Strong and MBTI® Career Report is available as a stand-alone report and in a bundle with a Strong Profile or Strong Profile, College Edition. The Career Report can be generated based on reported as well as verified type.

Career report Strong and MBTI® career development guide Strong and MBTI® career development workbook (924S/MCRA) (8370S/MCDG) (8370S/MCDW) $39.60 $90.00 $90.00

strong and MBTI® entrepreneur Report

Newly Revised (Judith Grutter & Allen L. Hammer) Entrepreneur report (925S/MERA) $39.60

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Leadership Report using FIRO-B® and MBTI®

(Eugene R. Schnell)

Help your clients learn more about their leadership style Based on responses to both the FIRO-B and MBTI instruments, this report helps clients explore and expand their understanding of the leadership style they use in organisations and how others might perceive and react to it. Both instruments tap into key aspects of personality and behaviour in areas such as communication, problem solving, decision making, and interpersonal relations. Together, they complement each other and provide rich information of use in a personal, ongoing leadership development programme. The Coach's Guide to the Leadership Report provides all the background information needed to present the report to the client: summary points about FIRO-B and MBTI type theory; tips on interpreting and presenting the results; and a complete explanation of the logic underlying the report, potential issues in interpretation, and what to emphasise.

FIRO-B/MBTI combined leadership report (998F/ML) $45.00

MBTI® Materials Catalogue

A large number of supplementary publications are available for the MBTI. Please contact [email protected] to request a copy of the MBTI® Materials Catalogue, or go to www.nzcer.org.nz to download a PDF copy.

MBTI® Type Booklets (16 four-page booklets)

Sampler One booklet for each of the 16 types (8250TYBKS) (8250TYBK) $90.00 $6.75

Introduction To Type® series (6th edition)

Introduction to Type Other titles (15 different titles)

(see MBTI® Supplementary Materials for full list of titles)

(8250IT6)

$22.50 $27.00

Type practitioner series

6 Different Titles

(see MBTI® Supplementary Materials for full list of titles)

(8250IT6)

$42.30

MBTI® Out-Of-The-Box Workshops

Ready-to-use workshops complete with PowerPoint slides, worksheets you can copy, engaging exercises, and customisable agendas.

(see MBTI® Materials Catalogue for full list of titles)

MBTI® Books

A wide range of over 50 different titles are available. Covering from the areas of organisational development and leadership through to career coaching and personal development.

(see MBTI® Materials Catalogue for full list of titles)

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ORGANIsATIONAL deVeLOpMeNT

emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ General and 360 (eIQ:G)

(Dulewicz & Higgs)

Level: C Age: 18 + Timed: 20 ­ 30 minutes

Publisher: ASE

A flexible assessment and development tool for understanding key performance drivers for general staff Designed specifically for general staff, the Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ General and 360 (EIQ:G) aims to harness information about an individual's emotional intelligence to the mutual benefit of both that individual and their organisation. Like the Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire: Managerial from which it has been adapted, the EIQ:G offers both self-report and 360 questionnaires, with the latter enabling an all-round assessment of an individual's performance from peers, colleagues, and managers. After inputting scores into the EIQ Scoring and Reporting Software, a comprehensive report is produced that details scores on individual scales, provides an overall EI score and, in the case of the 360 questionnaire, shows clearly where differences in performance are perceived.

What the eIQ:G measures

Self awareness -- awareness of your own feelings and of how others respond to you Emotional resilience -- ability to keep going in difficult situations Motivation -- ability to pursue longer-term goals Interpersonal sensitivity -- understanding others' feelings and having empathy Influence -- ability to influence others through interaction Intuitiveness -- ability to make decisions with limited or ambiguous information Conscientiousness -- integrity and correlation between words and actions Suitable for: Selection; Development; Team-Building; Coaching/Mentoring Ideal for assessing: Junior Managers/Supervisors/Team Leaders; Graduates; Call/Contact Centre; Sales/Customer Services; Office Administrative; IT; Technicians/Engineers; Financial Accounting; Apprentices; Production The starter set contains all you need for initial use including the user guide, 5 selfquestion and answer booklets, 25 360° question and answer booklets, 5 familiarisation guides, and the scoring and reporting software.

EIQ:G starter set EIQ:G 360 Q&A booklets (x5) EIQ:G self Q&A booklets Making sense of emotional intelligence $937.90 $94.50 $189.00 $56.70

Hardware requirements for reporting standalone software: 486 processor or greater -- Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, or XP -- Windows 97 or higher for report viewing -- 16Mb of RAM -- 5Mb hard disk space

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emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ Managerial and 360 (eIQ:m)

(Dulewicz & Higgs) Publisher: ASE

Level: C Age: 18 + Timed: 20 ­ 30 minutes

Designed specifically for managerial staff, the Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire -- Managerial (EIQ:M) aims to harness information about an individual's emotional intelligence to the mutual benefit of both that individual and their organisation. It offers both self-report and 360 questionnaires, with the latter enabling an all-round assessment of an individual's performance from peers, colleagues, and managers. After inputting scores into the EIQ Scoring and Reporting Software, a comprehensive report is produced that details scores on individual scales, provides an overall EI score and, in the case of the 360 questionnaire, shows clearly where differences in performance are perceived.

What the eIQ:M measures

Self awareness -- awareness of your own feelings and of how others respond to you Emotional resilience -- ability to keep going in difficult situations Motivation -- ability to pursue longer-term goals Interpersonal sensitivity -- understanding others' feelings and having empathy Influence -- ability to influence others through interaction Intuitiveness -- ability to make decisions with limited or ambiguous information Conscientiousness -- integrity and correlation between words and actions Suitable for: Selection; Development; Team-Building; Coaching/Mentoring Ideal for assessing: Boardroom; Director's level; Executives; Middle to Senior Managers; Postgraduates; Graduates The starter set contains all you need for initial use including the user guide, 5 SelfQuestion and answer booklets, 25 360° question and answer booklets, 5 familiarisation guides, and the scoring and reporting software.

EIQ:M starter set EIQ:M 360 Q&A booklets (x5) EIQ:M self Q&A booklets Making sense of emotional intelligence $937.90 $94.50 $189.00 $56.70

Hardware requirements for reporting standalone software: 486 processor or greater -- Windows 95, 98, NT, 2000, or XP -- Windows 97 or higher for report viewing -- 16Mb of RAM -- 5Mb hard disk space

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extended disc

Publisher: Extended DISC

Level: B Age: 18 + Timed: 10 ­ 15 minutes

The Extended DISC Personal Analysis is can be used for recruitment, career progression, and development. Plus you have the option to get into greater detail of a person's natural behavioural characteristics in management, leadership roles, customer service, and more. The analysis report provides you with: ­ A description of the person as they might be seen by others including their key attributes, motivators, ideal manager, communication, and decision-making style. ­ A summary of their motivations, strengths, development areas, and areas they would prefer to avoid or delay. ­ A graphical description of the person's natural behavioural characteristics. ­ A diamond graph of the person's natural behavioural style and their flexibility zones to show you where they can make the most gains in the shortest period of time. ­ A diagram of the person's natural behavioural style along side a diagram of how they perceive their natural behavioural style is adapting to their current environment. This diagram shows if the person is comfortable with their environment, perceives that they are being stretched too far, or restricted. ­ A "Present Situation" report on the influence of the current environment on the

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person's motivation as far as his/her needs are concerned and comments on the communication of certain vital emotions. ­ Interview questions relating specifically to the person's behavioural style. Personal Analysis is a useful tool not only for the individual him/herself, but for everyone communicating with that person. Its main purpose is to increase understanding of human behaviour: our own and others'.

Extended DISC personal analysis report (includes online administration of the questionnaire and report) (953PAR) $154.00

parker Team player survey

(Parker) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Measure team performance and effectiveness

Level: B Age: 13 + Timed: 15 minutes

The Parker Team Player Survey (TPS) offers a quick yet informative measure of a team's performance. The TPS can be used to collect data for team assessment, as a needs assessment tool for team training, as a team-building activity, or as the basis for a team effectiveness workshop. The programme comprises a Leader's Guide, 10 copies of the Team Member Survey to be completed by team members, and a Team Scoring Form. The Leader's Guide contains administration instructions, applications, a discussion guide, and an outline for creating an action plan for team improvement.

Parker Team Player Survey (pkg of 10) (8289PTPS) $27.00

parker Team player survey styles of Another person

(Parker) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Build stronger teams using 360-degree feedback A companion to the Parker Team Player Survey, this survey allows participants to include observations from other team members as they assess their team player style. A valuable 360-degree tool as the team works to achieve maximum effectiveness.

Parker Team Player Styles of Another Person

(8289 PTPSSAP)

$22.50 each

parker Team development survey program

(Parker) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Measure team performance and effectiveness The Parker Team Development Survey (TDS) offers a quick yet informative measure of a team's performance. The TDS can be used to collect data for team assessment, as a needs assessment tool for team training, as a team-building activity, or as the basis for a team effectiveness workshop. The programme consists of a Leader's Guide, 10 copies of the Team Member Survey to be completed by team members, and a Team Scoring Form. The Leader's Guide contains administration instructions, applications, a discussion guide, and an outline for creating an action plan for team improvement.

Parker Team Development Survey Programme Parker Team Development Survey (pkg 10) (10 Team Member Surveys, 1 Team Scoring Form) (8289TDS) (8289TDS) $138.60 $108.00 (Includes Leader's Guide, 10 Team Member Surveys, 1 Team Scoring Form)

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parker Team Building program -- Facilitator's Guide

(Parker) Publisher: CPP, Inc

Enhance your team-building sessions with this comprehensive resource This training resource provides a step-by-step process for developing team training programmes. Designs for team building and team training range from 90-minute sessions to two-day workshops. Includes 5 team-training designs, 5 team-building designs, 17 team-building activities, 19 reproducible masters, one copy of both the Parker Team Player Survey and PTPS: Styles of Another Person, and a PowerPoint CD (PC format) of workshop presentation slides.

Facilitator's guide (8289FG) $333.00

personal Learning profile (pLp)

(Grimsell) Publisher: ASE

The UK's most comprehensive assessment on learning styles Training and development becomes far easier when you are aware of your optimum learning style -- i.e. how you learn best. Personal Learning Profile (PLP) does just this in a very simple test that can be used with managerial and non managerial staff alike. The PLP scales are drawn from detailed research taken from the world's leading theories into learning styles and preferences. It comprises 120 questions for which respondents are required to rate their answers according to a five-point scale (strongly agree to strongly disagree). Once completed, the software will generate a user-friendly report using graphical displays, narrative explanation, and recommendations. The administrator can also run group reports allowing for analysis of the learning bias for groups of employees in similar roles.

Level: B Age: 18 + Timed: 20 minutes

What personal Learning profile measures

The PLP analyses 15 dimensions of learning style, grouped into five broad areas of preference: Information preferences -- Tactile, Visual, Verbal Behavioural preferences -- Reflective, Applied, Time to learn Social preferences -- Participative, Competitive, Need for guidance Emotional preferences -- Need for achievement, Inner direction, Need for structure Thinking preferences -- Concrete thinking, Rational preference, Emotional preference

PLP start-up pack The start-up pack contains the CD ROM and the user guide (which is stored electronically on the CD ROM). PLP credits (x10) (8298SP) $882.00

(8298CR)

$228.80

Hardware requirements for standalone software: Pentium PC with CD ROM -- Windows 95, 98, NT, or 2000 -- 64 Mb memory -- 30 Mb of hard disk ­ 256 colour 800x600 resolution VGA monitor.

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Team Climate Inventory (TCI) and Team Climate Inventory development exercises (TCI-de)

(Anderson & West)

Level: B Age: 18 + Timed: 15 minutes

Publisher: ASE

An accurate measure of the facets that affect team innovation and effectiveness It is common to come across a team of people who are individually extremely talented and competent but fail to deliver the level of performance expected of them when working as part of a team. The Team Climate Inventory (TCI) is based on a detailed model of "team climate" (the shared perceptions of how things are within a team) and "innovation" (how the team identifies problems, generates and implements solutions, and reviews objectives). The Team Climate Inventory Development Exercises (TCI-DE) is designed to be used in conjunction with the TCI and aims to develop specific areas of teamwork.

What the TCI and TCI-de measure

­ The TCI measures four factors known to influence effective team performance. These are: Team vision, Participative safety, Support for innovation, and Task orientation ­ The TCI-DE provides 17 linked development exercises e.g. Evaluation of internal and external communication / Decreasing barriers to others by building on ideas / Suggesting improvements for ideas, avoiding criticism.

TCI starter set TCI administration pack TCIDE team facilitators' packs TCIDE additional workbooks (8401SS) (8401AP) (8401TFP) (8401WB) $900.00 $693.00 $751.50 $486.00

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California psychological Inventory 260® (CpI 260)

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

The CPI 260® Instrument provides insight into clients' strengths and opportunities for development, empowering them to reach their full potential. The instrument builds on the exceptional history, validity, and reliability of the California Psychological InventoryTM (CPITM) assessment. With accuracy and practicability demonstrated in many settings, the CPI seeks to describe your clients as if they were being described by a knowledgeable and objective group of others -- in a language that is readily understandable. Using updated language and clear graphics, the CPI 260 instrument transforms this trusted resource into a leadership development and selection tool for today's organisations. The assessment contains 260 carefully selected items that are used to measure three vector scales (Interpersonal approach, Intrapersonal values, Level of satisfaction) and more than two dozen scales in five broad areas: Dealing with Others, Self-management, Motivations and thinking style, Personal characteristics, and Work-related characteristics. Building on more than 50 years of research and successful real-life applications -- empirically derived and research validated -- this powerful tool is designed for straightforward, easy administration that respects the time constraints of busy professionals. It offers practical, down-to-earth insights that are designed for the training and development professional in a business and organisational context. Feedback is available in two well-organised, highly intuitive reports: the Client Feedback Report and the Coaching Report for Leaders. Help your organisation with a variety of leadership, management development, and talent selection applications. The CPI 260 instrument is an effective tool for use in: ­ leadership development and management training programmes ­ one-on-one or group coaching ­ performance improvement initiatives ­ selection.

CPI 260 can only be taken through online administration.

Level: C Age: 15+ untimed: 25 minutes

CpI 260® Client Feedback Report

(Gough & Bradley) Publisher: CPP Inc

Get a highly accurate description of your client's professional and personal styles The CPI 260® Client Feedback Report provides you with detailed information on your client's CPI 260 instrument scores in an easy-to-understand graphic format. It presents your client's results on more than two dozen scales in five areas: Dealing with others, Self-management, Motivations and thinking style, Personal characteristics, and Workrelated measures. The data points also reveal your client's general lifestyle and fulfilment as an Implementor, Supporter, Innovator, or Visualiser. The Client Feedback Report is an excellent tool for leadership development, one-on-one and group coaching, and talent selection. It is based on gender-neutral norms to keep pace with today's workforce.

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CpI 260® Coaching Report For Leaders

(Manoogian) Publisher: CPP, Inc.

Give your clients the insights they need to become more successful leaders The highly intuitive CPI 260® Coaching Report for Leaders empowers your clients to identify their strengths and blind spots, enabling them to capitalise on their strengths, target areas for development, and plan action steps to increase their effectiveness as leaders. The report compares your clients' answers to those of 5,600 managers and executives and provides results on 18 leadership characteristics, organised into five core performance areas: ­ Self-management ­ Team building and teamwork ­ Organisational capabilities ­ Problem solving ­ Sustaining the vision The CPI 260®Coaching Report for Leaders includes suggested next steps and is a powerful tool for management and leadership development that can be used in combination with the CPI 260®Client Feedback Report or as a stand-alone solution.

CPI 260® Coaching report for leaders CPI 260® Coaching report for leaders user's guide Client feedback/coaching report combined (945CL) (8051260UG) (946CFL) $63.00 $63.00 $81.00

Other CpI 260® Materials

CPI 260® manual CPI 260® coaching report for Leaders advanced guide for interpretation (8051260M) (8051AGI) $175.50 $97.20

California psychological InventoryTM

Level: C Age: 15+ untimed: 45 ­ 60 minutes

Publisher: CPP, Inc.

The California Psychological InventoryTM (CPITM) Instrument provides a highly accurate, complex portrait of an individual's professional and personal styles. Organisations trust this tool to help them find and develop successful employees and leaders and cultivate a rich pool of talent to create organisational success. The CPI instrument was developed 50 years ago as a dynamic and objective measure of personality and behaviour. In its third edition, it provides detailed insights into personality. It describes each client as would a close, knowledgeable, and objective friend and is successfully used to develop work and personal lives. The CPI instrument has 434 items with validity and reliability across all scales. It compares your client's answers to those of a normative sample of 6,000, utilising both a total normative profile (combined male/female norms) and a gender-specific profile. There are four CPI types: ­ Alphas -- externally oriented, norm-favouring ­ Betas -- internally oriented, norm-favouring ­ Gammas -- externally oriented, norm-questioning ­ Deltas -- internally oriented, norm-questioning Twenty Folk Scales measure (1) social expertise and interpersonal style, (2) maturity, normative orientation, and values, (3) achievement orientation, and (4) personal interest styles. Thirteen Special Purpose Scales report on creative temperament, managerial potential, tough-mindedness, and a number of practical dimensions of operating style and behaviour. CPI 434 results are available through three different reports: ­ CPITM 434 Profile ­ CPITM 434 Narrative Report ­ CPITM 434 Configural Analysis Report

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CpITM 434 profile

(Gough)

Provides a basic interpretation of CPITM 434 results to assist you in developing your own interpretation The CPITM 434 Profile is a clear and organized presentation of your client's CPI type, level, and Folk Scales scores. It provides a snapshot of CPI 434 results, highlighting the important elements, which allows for quick and easy interpretation. The organisation of the Profile saves you time by providing all the information you need to prepare your own narrative interpretation for the client. In addition to a gender-specific profile, the report includes a total profile (combined male/female norms) for use in employment situations when gender-neutral reporting is required. It also provides your client's scores on seven Special Purpose Scales: ­ Creative temperament ­ Managerial potential ­ Work orientation ­ Leadership potential ­ Amicability ­ Tough-mindedness ­ Law enforcement orientation

Profile report (941CPA) $39.60

CpITM 434 Narrative Report

(Gough) Publisher: CPP, Inc

Provides an interpretation of individual results in a reader-friendly format This comprehensive report provides you with a well-organised interpretation of your client's CPI 434 results. It includes a profile of your client's CPI type, level, and Folk Scales results, and then elaborates on that information. The Narrative Report makes predictive statements about your client's behaviour to aid your interpretation, helping you describe your client in a close, knowledgeable, and objective manner. This report includes two scale profiles, one for the gender-specific norm group and one with total norms (combined male/female norms) for use in employment situations when genderneutral norms are needed. The Narrative Report also measures clients' results on several Special Purpose Scales, including Creative Temperament, Managerial Potential, and Tough-Mindedness.

Narrative report (941CGNA) $69.30

CpITM 434 Configural Analysis Report

(McAllister) Publisher: CPP, Inc

Provides a more complete interpretation, including information on individual Folk Scales and scales in combination Beginning with the five parts of the CPITM Narrative Report -- type and level information, Folk Scale plots for gender and total/combined norms, and individual Folk Scales in a narrative format -- the Configural Analysis Report builds on that information by providing two types of interpretations based on combinations of scales: (1) empirical analyses derived from research; and (2) speculative analyses derived from interpretations by the author or his colleagues. Based on the author's book A Practical Guide to CPITM Interpretation, the Configural Analysis Report saves considerable time by scanning the client's Folk Scales results, looking for only those reasonable and useful components that could be found by McAllister's list of more than 150 interpretations. The search is done for you, and the comments are listed in order and separated into "Empirical" and "Speculative" sections.

Configural analysis report (941CCASA) $85.50

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Other California psychological InventoryTM Materials

CPITM manual (8051M) $216.00 A Practical Guide to CPITM Interpretation (8051PGCPI3) $162.00 The CPITM Applications Guide (8051APG) $189.00

Comprehensive personality profile (Cpp)

(Craft, 1987)

Level: `C' Age: 18 + untimed: 10 ­ 15 minutes

Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

The CPP is an 88-item questionnaire that has been designed for positions requiring significant client interaction, such as customer service, telemarketing, and sales. It measures seven primary personality traits: Emotional intensity Sensitivity Good impression A summary profile identifies candidates as one of four types: Driver, Supporter, Thinker, or Motivator. Other characteristics measured include energy level, people skills, sales potential, goal orientation, ability to perceive buyers' needs, ability to close the sale, desire to provide after-sales service, desire to conform to management objectives, and tolerance for staying at one workstation. Five reports are available: ­ Selection Report: intended for use in employee selection. ­ Manager's Supervisory Report: designed to help a manager more effectively "target manage" employees. ­ Sales Manager's Report: describes an employee's approach to each phase of the sales cycle. ­ Sales Training Supplement: using the strengths and weaknesses identified in the sales cycle. ­ Manager's Report: this report facilitates sales training. ­ Individual Self Report: designed to be given to the candidate or employee.

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Intuition Assertiveness

Recognition motivation Trust

entrepreneurial Quotient (eQ)

(Fasiska, 1984)

Level: `C' Age: Adult untimed: 25 minutes

Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

The EQ is designed to determine whether an individual has a creative, entrepreneurial management style or a more traditional, operational management style. It is a 100-item questionnaire that compares an individual's personality traits and managerial style to those of successful entrepreneurs who have profitably run their own business for at least five years, and to successful corporate operations executives.

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eysenck personality Questionnaire ­ Revised (epQ-R)

(Eysenck & Eysenck, 1993) Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton

Level: C Age: Adult untimed: 20 minutes

The revised adult questionnaire comprises 106 questions, and a short version (48 questions) is also available. The questionnaire yields four scales: tough-mindedness; extraversion/introversion; emotionality; and a lie scale. The 54-item questionnaire covers impulsiveness, venturesomeness, and empathy.

Manual Scoring keys Adult questionnaires (pkg 20) Short scale (pkg 20) IVE questionnaires (pkg 20) (8107AM) (8107AE/IK) (8107AEQ) (8107AESS) (8107AIQ) $261.00 $198.00 $90.00 $72.00 $72.00

Gordon's personal profile and Inventory (Global Gpp-I)

(Gordon, 1993) Publisher: GL Assessment

Level: `C' Age: Adult untimed: 20 minutes

The Global GPP-I is designed to measure nine aspects of personality identified as being useful indicators of future job performance: Ascendency (or self-assuredness) Emotional stability Original thinking Responsibility Self-esteem Personal relations Sociability Cautiousness Vigour

Particularly suitable for the recruitment of sales personnel, and sales and general managers.

Complete set (Includes manual, keys, norms, one booklet) Questionnaire booklets (8146GLR) (8146GLAP) $450.00 $25.20

NeO personality Inventory ­ Revised (NeO pI-RTM)

(Costa & McCrae, 1992) Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

The NEO PI-R, the standard questionnaire measure of the Five Factor Model (FFM), provides a systematic assessment of emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles-a detailed personality description that can be a valuable resource for a variety of professionals. The NEO PI-R is a concise measure of the five major domains of personality, as well as the six traits or facets that define each domain: ­ Neuroticism ­ Extraversion ­ Openness to experience ­ Agreeableness ­ Conscientiousness Taken together, the five domain scales and 30 facet scales of the NEO PI-R, including the scales for the Agreeableness and the Conscientiousness domains, facilitate a comprehensive and detailed assessment of normal adult personality. It has useful applications in counselling, clinical psychology, psychiatry, behavioural medicine and health psychology, vocational counselling and industrial/organisational psychology, and educational and personality research. The NEO PI-R is based on decades of factor analytic research with both clinical and normal adult populations. The five domains measured by the instrument provide a clear and concise description summarizing an individual's emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles.

Level: C Age: 17 + untimed: 35 ­ 45 minutes

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The 101-page NEO PI-R Professional Manual provides comprehensive information about the following: ­ test materials and use ­ administration and scoring procedures, including missing responses and three validity ­ checks (Acquiescence, Nay-saying, Random responding) ­ Conceptualisation and interpretation of domain and facet scores ­ interpretation of profiles ­ test development and validation ­ applications and directions for future research

Complete set (includes forms for 25 administrations) Handscore answer sheets (pkg 25) Summary feedback sheets (pkg 25) Adult profiles, Form S or R (pkg 25) Student profiles (pkg 25)

Computerised scoring and reporting is now available for the NEO PI-RTM. Contact NZCER Test Advisory for more information.

(8262PIKT) (8262PIASHS) (8262PIFS) (8262PISTUP)

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NeO Five Factor Inventory (NeO-FFITM)

(Costa & McCrae, 1992)

Level: C Age: 17 + untimed: 10 ­ 15 minutes

Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

This shortened version of the NEO PI-RTM provides a quick, reliable, and accurate measure of the five domains of adult (ages 17 years and older) personality. It is especially useful when time is limited and global information on personality is considered sufficient. The NEO-FFITM can help you understand your clients basic emotional, interpersonal, experiential, attitudinal, and motivational styles. It can also help you quickly develop rapport with your client, provide meaningful feedback and insight that will help your client develop a greater self-understanding, enable you to anticipate the course of therapy, and help you select the optimal treatment based on your clients personality. ­ 60 items rated on a 5-point scale. ­ Administration takes as little as 10-15 minutes; calculation of raw scores takes only 1-2 minutes. ­ Use your NEO summary feedback sheets to provide information to your clients about their scores (Form S only).

Complete set (includes forms for 25 administrations) Test booklets (pkg 25)

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(8262FFIKT) (8262FFIB)

$315.00 $157.50

NeO-4TM

(Costa & McCrae, 1992) Publisher: Psychological Assessment Resources, Inc.

Appropriate for use in business settings

Level: C Age: 18 + untimed: 25 ­ 35 minutes

Quick four-factor measure of personality in ages 18 years and older The NEO-4 provides information on four personality domains: Extraversion, Openness to Experience, Agreeableness, and Conscientiousness. It is designed for use in employment and personal counselling settings involving activities such as career counselling, career development, and employee training, where these four domains are the main focus. Therefore, items in the Neuroticism domain relating to individual differences in such personality traits as anxiety and depression, which may not be relevant in career development settings, have not been included in the NEO-4. Three brief validity checks are provided on the answer sheet to alert the test administrator that an individuals responses should be viewed with caution. The 192 NEO-4 questionnaire items and the scoring keys are identical to those of the E, O, A, and C factors of the NEO PI-RTM. Norms

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for the NEO-4 are based on the NEO PI-R combined-gender normative sample. Detailed information about the rationale, development, reliability, factor structure, and validity of these four factors is available in the NEO PI-R Professional Manual. Each of the NEO-4 domains provides information on many aspects of an individuals (ages 17 years and older) personality. Each of the domains can be interpreted at the global factor level; interpretation at the level of the 24 facet scales (six for each domain) facilitates a more detailed analysis. The NEO-4 Manual Supplement presents a new way to interpret the four domains in terms of six personal styles: Interests, Interactions, Activity, Attitudes, Learning, and Character. Each style is defined by a graphic circumplex that combines two of the four factors. Interpretation of these six personal style graphs supplements the interpretation of the four domains and 24 facets. Because the NEO-4 is multifaceted, it is possible to describe the many positive characteristics along with the less desirable qualities in a way that is readily acceptable to the individual. The NEO-4 materials include a reusable item booklet for self-reports (Form S) or for ratings by another individual (Form R), a hand-scorable carbonless answer sheet, a profile form for plotting raw scores to yield T scores, a booklet containing the six personal style graphs, and a summary form for the client that provides feedback on the four domain scores as well as the respondents personal styles. A set of overhead transparencies is also available for use in workshops or other group settings. NEO-4 comprehensive kit (8261CKT) $603.00 (includes NEO PI-R Manual, NEO-4 Manual Supplement, 10 Reusable Form S item booklets, 10 reusable Form R item booklets, 25 hand-scorable answer sheets, 25 profile forms, 25 style graph booklets, 25 Your NEO-4 Summary forms, and a set of eight overhead transparencies)

NEO-4 Introductory Kit (8261 KT) $468.00 (includes NEO-4 Manual Supplement, 10 reusable Form S item booklets, 10 reusable Form R item booklets, 25 hand-scorable answer sheets, 25 profile forms, 25 style graph booklets, and 25 Your NEO-4 Summary forms) NEO-4 manual supplement NEO-4 reusable Form S item booklets (pkg 10) NEO-4 Reusable Form R Item Booklets (pkg 10) NEO-4 hand-scorable answer sheets (pkg 25) NEO-4 profile forms (pkg 25) (8261P) $76.50 NEO-4 Your NEO-4 summary sheets (pkg 25) NEO-4 style graph booklets (pkg 25) NEO-4 overhead transparencies (set of 8) (8261SS) (8261SGB) (8261OT) $76.50 $76.50 $76.50 (8261M) (8261BS) (8261BR) (8261AS) $49.50 $76.50 $76.50 $76.50

personal Characteristics Inventory (pCI)

(Mount & Barrick, 1995) Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

Level: C Age: Adult

The PCI is a 150-item questionnaire used for recruitment and employee development. It provides information on the following scales: The "Big Five": Neuroticism Agreeableness Twelve subscales: Sociability Co-operation Efficiency Self-confidence Need for recognition Con sideration Even-temperament Abstract thinkings Leadership orientation Dependability Achievement striving Creative thinking Extraversion Conscientiousness Openness to experience

untimed: 25 minutes

In addition there are five occupational scores: manager, sales, production, clerical, and driver, and four success scales: teamwork, commitment to work, learning orientation, and integrity.

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sixteen personality Questionnaire -- Fifth edition (16pF)

(Cattell & IPAT Staff, 1949 ­ 1994)

Level: C Age: 16 + untimed: 35 - 50 minutes

Publisher: Institute for Personality and Ability Testing, Inc.

The 16PF can be used for clinical evaluations, marriage counselling, and psychological research, as well as for personnel selection and placement, and vocational and educational guidance. The 185-item questionnaire defines and measures 16 essentially independent bipolar dimensions: Warmth Dominance Social boldness Abstractedness Openness to change Tension Global factors (previously called second-order factors) can also be calculated: extraversion; anxiety; tough-mindedness; independence; and self-control. The fifth edition also has three response indices: impression management; infrequency; and acquiescence.

Complete set (includes forms for 25 administrations) Answer sheets (pkg 25) Record forms (pkg 25) Test booklets (pkg 10) each Available from NZCER's Test Scoring Centre: Profile Basic interpretive report Personal career development report - plus Human resources development report 962BSR) (961BIR) (964PCDP+) (963HRD) $39.60 $54.00 $72.00 $72.00 (81785C) (81785AS) (81785RF) (81785B) $477.00 $63.00 $45.00 $90.00 or $9.00

Reasoning Liveliness Sensitivity Privateness Self-reliance

Emotional stability Rule-consciousness Vigilance Apprehension Perfectionism

Completed assessments are emailed to the test administrator. An administration fee of $10.00 per assessment will be charged for posted black and white hard copies.

Wonderlic productivity Index (WpI)

(Mount, Barrick, & Waldschmidt, 2003)

Level: C Age: Adult untimed: 15 minutes

Publisher: Wonderlic, Inc.

The WPI is a 90-item questionnaire that measures personality as it relates to productive behaviour in the workplace and has been specifically designed for entry-level positions. It assesses an individual's willingness to perform productively and co-operatively on the job and avoid counterproductive behaviour. The one-page report provides scores on the following: Personal productivity score Service and support Work effort and persistence Counterproductive work behaviour Turnover

An accuracy index scale measures reliability and accuracy.

WPI can only be taken online through NZCER's Test Scoring Centre. Please contact NZCER Test Advisory for current pricing on this test.

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AddITIONAL INFORMATION

NZCeR psychological Test Centre (pTC)

The Psychological Test Centre (PTC) supplies New Zealand registered test users with a wide range of psychometric tests for use in fields such as education, clinical psychology and human resources. The Test Centre also offers independent broad advice on the use of psychometric tests in New Zealand. Tests are available for purchase from a number of well respected international test publishers. In addition to our catalogue range the Test Centre can source other tests for specific needs. If you don't see what you are looking for in our catalogues, give us a call. We may be able to source it for you, or advise where to go next.

pTC Test Library Loans

The PTC operates a test library for the use of registered test users. It holds the more commonly used materials which are available for 14-day loan. The purpose of this loan system is to allow potential users to review materials in order to decide whether or not they wish to purchase. All copyright rules apply to materials borrowed from NZCER.

distribution and Ordering Information

The prices in this catalogue are for tests published by NZCER, and a selection of tests produced by overseas publishers. Due to the distribution policies of other test publishers, we can only sell in the unit quantities shown in this price list. When ordering bulk supplies of overseas tests please contact our distribution staff prior to placing your order to ensure availability. Prices are correct at the time of publication, but due to international currency fluctatuations and publisher price increase may be subject to change.

Our suppliers

Some of the leading overseas test publishers with which NZCER is associated are as follows:

Australia

Australian Council for Educational Research Pro-ed (Australia)

United Kingdom

Hodder and Stoughton GL Assessment

United States of America

Academic Therapy Publications CPP, Inc. Institute of Personality and Ability Testing Pearson Assessments Psychological Assessment Resources Riverside Publishing Co. Western Psychological Services Wonderlic

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Online Computer Administration and Reporting

There are a growing number of tests available through online administration and reporting and others available with computer reporting only. These are detailed in the table below.

Product Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®) Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation ­ Behaviour (FIRO-B) California Personality Inventory (CPI 260 & CPI 434) Employee Reliability Inventory Entrepreneurial Quotient Extended DISC NEO PI-R Strong Interest Inventory Sixteen PF (16PF) Thomas-Kilman Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI) Wonderlic Productivity Index Wonderlic Personnel Test ­ Revised Pencil / Paper Materials Online Administration Computer Scoring

PDF samples for our range of computer scored tests are available via email at no cost.

prices and terms

1. Prices

While every effort is made to keep the prices of these test materials at a minimum, the cost of imported tests and increases in postal and handling charges are beyond our control. As a result, prices are subject to change without prior notification. Hence, any prices listed here, should not be regarded as firm quotations but as approximate prices only. Any changes in price will be posted on the NZCER website.

2. Goods and Services Tax (GST)

All prices listed here include GST of 12.5 %.

3. Accounts

When goods are despatched, the invoice is prepared and sent to the purchaser. If it is part of an order the invoice will cover only the items despatched and the balance of the order will be delivered later and invoiced at that time.

4. Payments

Payments should be made within 21 days of receipt of goods. A statement will be issued at the end of each month. Cheques should be made payable to the New Zealand Council for Educational Research.

5. Return of material

Prior agreement must be obtained before returning test material. In such cases a handling charge of 20 percent of the cost of the item may be levied. Return items must bear the invoice number.

6. Dispatch charges

A handling and packaging charge, including postage, will be added to each invoice. An additional charge may be incurred where a non-stock test product is requested for urgent delivery.

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policy for the supply of tests

In common with such organisations as the Australian Council for Educational Research and the National Foundation for Educational Research in England and Wales, the New Zealand Council for Educational Research supplies educational and psychological tests only to those persons who are qualified by training and experience to use and interpret them with professional care. For this reason it is necessary for all purchasers of tests to register with NZCER before placing their initial order.

Registration levels

Since different tests require varying amounts of training and experience, they have been divided into five broad categories as follows: Level A: Indicates tests which may be adequately administered, scored, and interpreted with the aid of a manual and with knowledge and experience of the field in which they are regarded as a useful aid. Completion of an introductory course in test administration and interpretation is considered a highly desirable prerequisite, e.g., ­ standardised tests of achievement ­ standardised group tests of scholastic aptitude which report a single score ­ diagnostic tests of achievement. Level B: Indicates tests available only to those who have successfully completed a basic course in test administration and interpretation. Such a course would normally be a second- or third-year university course, requiring a supervised practical component and instruction in basic statistics essential to test interpretation, e.g., ­ group tests of intelligence which report sub-scores ­ multi-aptitude tests ­ tests of specific aptitudes. Level Csp: Some tests from Level C may be available to individuals with basic B level qualifications, provided they have had special training in their use, e.g., speech, hearing, and language development (speech/language therapists); counselling inventories (guidance counsellors); observational schedules and rating scales (teachers of special needs children). Tests of this kind are classified as Csp. Level C: Indicates tests and measures available to users who have successfully completed advanced courses in the uses of tests and who have had, or are acquiring casework or clinical experience, e.g., ­ individual intelligence tests ­ attitude inventories ­ personality inventories and scales. Level D: Indicates clinical and diagnostic measures available only to users who have undertaken special post-graduate training in psychology or educational psychology, or equivalent on-the-job or in-service advanced training and experience, e.g., ­ projective tests of personality.

professional obligations

NZCER supplies tests only to an appropriately qualified person on the understanding that: 1. The supply of tests, by virtue of special qualifications or casework experience, does not imply that tests requiring other forms of special qualifications or experience will be available. 2. The supply of tests by virtue of the assurance of a recognised psychologist that they will be properly used, does not imply continued supply of these or any other tests at this level. Each new order will be accompanied by a guarantee of supervision, and will be supplied only if the guarantee is accepted by NZCER. 3. Psychologists giving authority and agreeing to supervise the use of tests by acceptable persons will assume responsibility for their use and participate actively in the relevant programme, either by carrying out the work, or by planning, supervising and checking it. Test users are asked to report the unauthorised use of tests and urged to protect

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the value of tests by keeping all components securely stored so they will not become available to unauthorised persons. 4. Every precaution should be taken to ensure the confidentiality of tests and test scores. Approval to purchase may be withheld or withdrawn if there is any violation of these principles. 5. NZCER's interpretation of the Privacy Act 1993 is that candidates are entitled to know, if they so request, all scores relating to their personal test performances. Our strong recommendation is that the release of test scores should be accompanied by sufficient interpretive detail to enable the client to understand the scores provided.

Copyright

Tests, answer media and the various interpretive materials are copyrighted and may not be reproduced in any form of printing or by any other means, electronic or mechanical, without permission in writing from the publishers. The reproduction of any part of the publisher's copyrighted tests or answer media without such permission, whether the reproductions are sold or furnished free for use, is a violation of the copyright law. Licensing of test instruments; resale and export prohibited: CPP, Inc. and the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) licenses but does not sell copies of its test instruments; all such licences are limited to the personal use of the licencee only. Certain of CPP's test instruments may be licensed only by professionals whose qualifications are on file with and accepted by CPP and NZCER. No copy of any CPP-licensed test instrument may be resold, sublicensed, exported, redistributed or otherwise transferred; nor any such copy be used in any manner by any party other than the person or entity to whom that copy is licensed for use by CPP and NZCER; any violation of any of these restrictions shall automatically terminate the license to use the test instrument(s) in question.

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CATALOGue

ORdeR FORM

ORdeRs: NZCER PO Box 3237 Wellington, 6140 Order date: Purchase order number (if applicable): CHARGE TO: Name: School/organisation: Address: Telephone/fax ( Email: Title Stock code Price Quantity Total price ): Date required: NZCER customer number: DELIvER TO: Name: School/organisation: Address: Telephone/fax ( ): Direct lines Sales and Distribution: (04) 802 1450, (04) 802 1451 Fax: (04) 384 7933 Email: [email protected]

SUB TOTAL

Freight is calculated by weight and destination. NZCER prices are subject to change ­ you are welcome to check before placing your order. Prepayment required for non-account orders.

Please invoice Credit card number: Expiry date: Name (please print): Signature:

Cheque enclosed

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TesT useR's

QuALIFICATION suMMARy FORM

To be completed by persons ordering tests classified as Level B, Csp, C, or D, and returned to Psychological Test Centre, NZCER, Box 3237, Wellington, 6140. Please send a copy of your academic transcript with your application. PERSONAL DETAILS FIrst Name: Home Address Street No: Suburb: City: Telephone ( Email: COMPANY DETAILS Company Name: Company Address Street No: City: Telephone ( Email: Professional Title: ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS Degree/diploma completed Subject major Institution Year Main area of work: ): Mobile ( ): Street Name: Suburb: Post Code: ): Mobile ( ): Post Code: Street Name: Middle Name: Surname:

THE FOLLOWING COURSES HAvE BEEN SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED (Please tick) Basic test administration and interpretation in psych or ed Postgraduate course in test admin/interpretation Abnormal/clinical psychology Personality theory/ assessment Guidance counselling/ vocational assessment Speech/language assessment Assessment in occupational therapy Assessment in special education Other relevant courses Document other relevant courses on separate sheet if space is insufficient here. If qualifications have been completed overseas a full description of the courses accompanying the form will speed the registration process SUPERvISED CLINICAL OR CASE-WORK EXPERIENCE Institution or service supervisor year(s) Institution Year Course title Institution Year

Signature of applicant:

Date:

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INdeX

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ALpHABeTICAL

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4 4 4 4 NEO Personality Inventory ­ Revised (NEO PI-R) NEO Five Factor Inventory (NEO-FFI) NEO-4 (NEO-4) 37 38 38 ACER Advanced Test B90 ­ New Zealand Revision (B90) ACER Mechanical Reasoning Test ­ Revised ACER Short Clerical Test ACER Word Knowledge Test (WKT)

O

Occupational Interests Card Sort Occupational Stress Inventory ­ Revised (OSI-R) 13 19

C

California Psychological Inventory 260 (CPI260) California Psychological Inventory 434 (CPI434) Career Attitudes & Strategies Inventory (CASI) Career Beliefs Inventory (CBI) Career Thoughts Inventory (CTI) Career Values Card Sort Comprehensive Personality Profile (CPP) Customer Service Aptitude Profile (Customer Service AP) 33 34 9 9 9 10 36 16

p

Parker Team Player Survey Parker Team Player Survey Styles of Another Person Parker Team Player Development Survey Program Parker Team Building Program ­ Facilitator's Guide Personal Characteristics Inventory (PCI) Personal Learning Profile (PLP) Practise Now! How to prepare for Recruitment and Selection Tests Prepare for Tests at Interview: For Graduates and Managers 30 30 30 31 39 31 15 15

e

Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ General & 360 (EIQ:G) Emotional Intelligence Questionnaire ­ Managerial & 360 (EIQ:M) Emotional Judgment Inventory and Report Employee Aptitude Survey Tests (EAS) Employee Reliability Inventory (ERI) Employee Screening Questionnaire for Call Centres (ESQ-CC) Employee Screening Questionnaire (ESQ) Entrepreneurial Quotient (EQ) Extended Disc Eysenck Personality Questionnaire ­ Revised (EPQ-R) 28 29 16 5 17 17 17 36 29 37

s

Select Tests Self-Directed Search: Revised Australian Edition Form R (SDS-R) Sixteen Personality Questionnaire ­ Fifth Edition (16PF) Skillscape Strong Interest Explorer Strong Interest Inventory & Skills Confidence Inventory Strong Interest Inventory 7 13 40 7 13 11 12

F

Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation ­ Behaviour (FIRO-B) 18

T

Team Climate Inventory (TCI) and Team Climate Inventory Development Exercises (TCI-DE) The Stress Profile Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)

G

Gordon's Personal Profile and Inventory (Global GPP-I) 37 Graduate and Managerial Assessment (GMA) 5

32 19 20

L

Leisure & Retirement Activities Card Sort 10

W

Wonderlic Basics Skills Test (WBST) Wonderlic Personnel Test (WPT) Wonderlic Productivity Index (WPI) Work Aspect Preference Scale ­ Second Edition (WAPS-2) Work Environment Scale (WES) Work Potential Profile (WPP) 8 8 40 14 21 14

M

Maslach Burnout Inventory ­ Third Edition (MBI) Modern Occupational Skills Test ­ Second Edition (Most-2) Motivated Skills Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) 19 6 11 22

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