Psychometric assessments are a set of standardized psychometric tools used to evaluate an individual’s personality and abilities in a variety of professional contexts. These tools aim to provide accurate insights into personality traits and professional abilities.
Competency Based Interview
The best way to assess a person’s ability to use their skills in the future is to look at their behavioral indicators in previous situations. This is because behavior is the best predictor of future performance. By reviewing a person’s behavior in previous situations, we can get a good idea of how they will act in the future.
It is a set of practical examples that mimic the work environment and are formulated in the form of a specific scenario for a set of challenges facing the candidate. The candidate analyzes and interprets the data, develops a plan, and answers the questions. All of the above helps the candidate to reflect how they use their experience, skills, and abilities to find the appropriate solutions.
It is an activity that is carried out in a group setting where there is a group of candidates who discuss a topic that has been prepared and selected in advance by the evaluation team. This discussion is professionally managed to measure the candidates’ competencies, skills, and abilities through their interactions and interventions with each other and with the assessors.
These are activities that are designed to simulate the work environment and reflect the candidate’s ability to use his/her different competencies and skills within the work environment. The candidate goes through different situations or a specific situation, so that these situations aim to measure and evaluate a set of specific competencies, and thus the ability to know the candidate’s strengths and future development aspects to perform the required roles effectively within the organization.