Work Ethic Screen Plus DISC Report
The Work Ethic Screen is a simple, low-cost assessment designed for use at the outset of any hiring and selection process. This DISC & Hartman-based tool deals primarily in broad brush strokes, providing either “satisfactory” or “cautionary” ratings to four universally important questions:
Can this person work effectively with other people?
Can this person remain engaged and effective when under stress and pressure?
Can this person prioritize their activities?
Will this person accept accountability for their own actions?
Due of its broad applicability, The Work Ethic Screen is ideally suited to be a “first line of defense” when evaluating potential hires. Once a candidate’s education and experience has been established, this assessment allows decision makers to further evaluate the applicant pool at-a-glance.
DISC Motivator Combination Report
Human beings can be complex characters—run by their primary needs, who is influencing them, and what motivates each emotion and behavior they often choose to use. By combining DISC and Motivators you not only can apply what you’ve learned about your needs (via DISC), but you can also align your work in ways that reflect what matters most to you (via Motivators). This combination report allows end users to both maximize and/or eliminate tasks that may work for or against their value base. Imagine an organization capable of leveraging the very best from each employee, by keenly understanding how to harness each employees’ inherent needs and values.
Executive Summary Report
Developed over 25-years, the Executive Summary is an analytical human-performance instrument designed to do one thing: provide the performance insights necessary to make reliable hiring & selection decisions. This multi-dimensional tool demystifies human performance questions by providing decision-makers with concrete answers.
Each Executive Summary provides users with an easy-to-read 11 page report, distilled from a comprehensive 54 page analysis on the candidate. This analysis draws upon:
Dr. Robert S. Hartman’s Nobel nominated research
The Harvard studies into internal human motivation.
An integrated DISC communication style analysis