What do human beings and technology have in common?
Answer: They both run on “software”.
A computer, even the most modern and evolved one, cannot function at its best if it was given an inadequate software.
The same can be said for a human being. However productive and successful they may seem on their resume, they cannot reach their maximum potential if they have “downloaded” the wrong software.
For example, if someone lacks a software for “organizational skills”, you wouldn’t be surprised to find their desk in disarray.
But how do you find out what kind of software a person has?
This is where the I-Profile Analysis comes in.
What’s the I-Profile?
The I-Profile Analysis provides you with a better understanding of a candidate’s software through the the study of “core characteristics”.
To name a few of these characteristics:
- Coping with stress/pressure.
- Staying motivated and to motivate others.
- Being persuasive with others and creating positive change around them.
During the interview process with the new potential candidates and/or internal employees, the I-Profile test will trigger the mind of the individual to tell us more about themselves. That helps us to better understand the professional story of their CV/resume.
In the end, the test is a crucial tool that allows us to predict how much it will potentially “cost” to hire a given person. It takes time, energy, and resources to provide a person with the correct training and “software”. And if those costs outweigh the benefit of hiring the person then it is clear that they are not the best option.
Furthermore, having a test that clearly illustrates this is valuable in determining whether or not that person will be willing to acknowledge their short comings and work on themselves.
Your company needs people who will bring new wealth and resources, not consume them. And the I-Profile Analysis test can give you a head start at seeing the difference.