Create behavioural insight and understanding

Facilitate effective teamwork through shared understanding.

Maximise safety culture

Assess the safe working propensity of your employees.

Assess for emotional intelligence

Understand EI as an input to succession and career mapping.

Assess existing employees with tests purpose built for the job

Behavioural Profile for development

Understand employees’ unique preferences, styles at work, motivators and development needs.

The Revelian Behavioural Profile – Development is designed to provide behavioural insight for existing employees. Based on the same DISC model as the recruitment version, it provides more information about each person’s unique preferences, compares their natural and adapted styles (how they need to adjust their behaviour at work), and specifically addresses their development needs and motivators. It’s an excellent tool to use in performance management, role and career planning, and in bringing together diverse teams with the greatest likelihood to work together well.

Embed and enhance your safety culture

Assessing for safe working shouldn’t end at the hiring process.

Workplace safety should be a focus for everyone – whether new to the organisation, or long-term employees, or anywhere in between. Employees bring 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, focusing on three critical factors:

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

Assess employee emotional intelligence

Identify EI strengths and development opportunities.

The MSCEIT Emotional Intelligence Assessment (development version) provides a development-focused report that indicates which areas of EI are likely to be strengths, and which areas could benefit from further development. You’ll receive a report that outlines each employee’s overall EI score, two area scores, and breakdowns of scores across four 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 labelling 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.

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