Employee Development Assessments


Looking for development assessments for your current employees? You can access our three employee development assessments at any time with Revelian Express.


Behavioural Profile for Development


Why is behavioural insight so important?

 

It’s quite simple: people who understand themselves well in terms of their strengths and weaknesses are most effective in the workplace. In addition, people who understand the behaviour of others and modify their own approach accordingly are able to more effectively gain the cooperation of others, build successful working relationships, and improve communication channels with others.

 

How does the assessment work?

 

The Revelian Behavioural Profile – Development is based on the same model as the recruitment version of the Revelian Behavioural Profile, but provides more information about each person’s unqiue preferences; comparisons between their natural style (how they behave most comfortably) and adapted style (how they feel they need to adjust their behaviour at work), and specifically addresses their development needs and motivators.

 

It’s a short, 24 question assessment that takes around 10 minutes to complete.

 

What results will I receive?

 

A comprehensive, detail-rich report is generated for each employee, including:

 

  • General behaviour insight: general attributes, behavioural strengths and potential areas for development
  • Workplace behaviour insight: natural and adapted styles in the context of general behaviour, motivation, decision-making and communication.
Employee development assessments: RBP-D Table of Descriptors

This development version of the assessment is only available in Revelian Express.


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Emotional Intelligence (MSCEIT) for Development


How does the MSCEIT measure Emotional Intelligence?

 

The Mayer-Salovey-Caruso Emotional Intelligence Test (MSCEIT) is a highly respected ability-based measure of Emotional Intelligence (EI). This means that, instead of asking people questions about themselves (which most EI assessments do), the MSCEIT asks people to answer questions that allow us to assess their ability to understand their own emotions and use emotions to enhance their thinking.

 

How does the assessment work?

 

The MSCEIT – Development is based on the same model as the recruitment version of the MSCEIT, but provides a development-focused report that indicates which areas of EI are likely to be strengths, and which areas could benefit from further development.

 

The assessment has 144 questions and takes around 40 minutes to complete.

 

What results will I receive?

 

You’ll receive a report that outlines each employee’s overall EI score, 2 area scores, and breakdowns of scores across 4 branches of EI:

 

  • Perceiving emotions: accurately recognising their own and others’ emotions
  • Facilitating thought: using feelings to solve problems and harness more effective reasoning, decision-making and creative abilities
  • Understanding emotions: defining and labeling emotions, and reasoning with them effectively
  • Managing emotions: managing emotions successfully, by understanding how different actions influence emotions and using emotions in a considered and rational way.
Employee development assessments: MSCEIT-D Area scores
Employee development assessments: MSCEIT-D report excerpt

This development version of the assessment is only available in Revelian Express.



Work Safety Assessment – Development


Why should I use a development assessment for safety?

 

Workplace safety is an important concern for all organisations, with employees bringing a variety of safety-related attitudes, experiences, and knowledge to the workplace. The Revelian Work Safety Assessment – Development Short Form (RWSA-DSF) measures the safety-related attitudes of employees to identify key strengths and areas for potential development.

 

Research demonstrates a relationship between safety attitudes and workplace injuries and incidents. People with a strong sense of safety control, a high tolerance for stress and a tendency to avoid perceived risk are more likely to have an awareness of safety-related issues in the workplace.

 

How does the assessment work?

 

The assessment examines each employee’s attitudes toward a range of safety attitudes and behaviours across the same three key factors used in the recruitment version of the Revelian Work Safety Assessment- Short Form:

 

  • Safety Control: the degree to which the person takes personal responsibility for their own safety at work
  • Risk Aversion: the degree to which the person will avoid potentially hazardous and risky behaviour
  • Stress Management: the extent to which the person manages emotional responses and tolerates various degrees of stress at work.

The assessment has 49 questions and takes around 10 minutes to complete.

 

What results will I receive?

 

You’ll receive a report that outlines each employee’s overall safety score, and a breakdown of their scores across the three key factors of safety. If any of the areas require development, the report will include suggestions for steps they can take  to improve awareness, attitudes or behaviours.

Employee development assessments: RWSA-D 3 elements
Employee development assessments: RWSA-D report excerpt

This development version of the assessment is only available in Revelian Express.



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