Team Action Planning

You’ve completed your first Team Discovery Session and you want to know what’s next. How do you take what you learned in your session and begin applying it to your day to day? It will probably come as no surprise to you that significant change takes time. That’s where the Team Action Planner comes in…

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The Science Behind Diagnose

The PI Employee Experience Survey supports PI clients in measuring employee engagement and effectiveness of the clients’ talent strategies. The PI Employee Experience survey is a theory-based, self-report measure of employee engagement and serves as the foundation of the PI Diagnose solution. The survey has been researched and refined extensively and exclusively for use within…

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Reliability and Validity of the PI Cognitive Assessment

The PI Cognitive Assessment was developed in 2010 in response to client demand for a short cognitive ability assessment which could provide a valid predictor for job performance. The development work was conducted in accordance with Principles for the Validation and Use of Personnel Selection Procedures (SIOP, 2003), and the Standards for Educational and Psychological…

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Introduction to the PI Cognitive Assessment

What is The PI Cognitive Assessment?  The Predictive Index Cognitive Assessment is a 12-minute assessment of an individual’s general cognitive ability. The PI Cognitive Assessment was built and validated exclusively for use in the workplace and it provides insight into a person’s capacity to learn, adapt, and grasp new concepts. The PI Cognitive Assessment does…

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The PI Cognitive Assessment Sample Questions

How can I access or share the sample questions? The PI Cognitive Assessment Sample Questions can be accessed through the administrator’s invitation if they so chose to include them. Anyone with this link may complete the sample questions. No personal information is requested or stored in association with the sample questions. PI account owners can…

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The Science Behind Team Discovery

What are the origins of Team Types? In 2019, The Predictive Index sought to discover the types of teams that existed among client organizations through a large-scale empirical study. Using PI Behavioral Assessment results from 125,000+ employees across 20,000+ teams, we found evidence for nine distinct Team Types based on the behavioral make-up of their…

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Multiple Administrations of the Behavioral Assessment

Millions of people complete the PI Behavioral Assessment every year, and some people will be asked to complete the assessment multiple times. Participants should not be asked to complete the PI Behavioral Assessment more than once per year, and participants should only be surveyed when there is a need to collect behavioral scores. At the…

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Reliability and Validity of the PI Behavioral Assessment

The Predictive Index has an extensive scientific background going back over 60 years. We have conducted over 400 client validation studies that support the PI Behavioral Assessment’s ability to predict job performance across jobs, industries, and countries. We adhere to the standards set forth in The Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing. In addition, the…

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The Science Behind Reference Profiles

Reference Profiles are shorthand names (e.g., Strategist, Persuader) that quickly provide a rough description of a person’s PI Behavioral Assessment (BA) scores. By using Reference Profiles as labels, people can easily communicate the general configuration of their four primary Factor scores from the BA, which in turn helps facilitate the communication that is needed for…

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History of the PI Behavioral Assessment

Learn more about the history of the BA and it’s various forms.

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Introduction to the PI Behavioral Assessment

Welcome to Intro to the BA! Read all about the BA basics including what the BA measures, validity, reliability, scoring, and more.

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Introduction to Fairness, Bias, and Adverse Impact

Learn the basics of fairness, bias, and adverse impact.

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