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Seigo’s Head of Strategic Change (VirtualAC)

Seigo’s Head of Strategic Change (VirtualAC)

Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

 Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

230 Minutes

 230 Minutes

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Consultancy
Consultancy

In this ‘day-in-the-life’ exercise, the Participant assumes the role of the newly-appointed Head of Strategic Change at Seigo, an international toy manufacturing company. The exercise is made up of three different components: an email section (similar to an Inbox or Inbasket), an Analysis Exercise with a briefing call and an Internal Interview Simulation (or roleplay). In the email section of the exercise, the Participant is faced with tensions between two senior staff members, a request for recommendations based on the outputs of an engagement survey, and issues regarding sustainability within the toy industry. In the Analysis exercise the Participant has to review data and information relating to Seigo’s performance in the Asia-Pacific region, and in the Interview Simulation they meet with a Senior Level Peer, with whom they need to build rapport and raise some specific issues.

 

*** This is an Online Business Simulation Exercise delivered through our VirtualAC Platform. ***This exercise is a parallel version of the Improving Performance Express Analysis Exercise.

Option1 Report only : 85 min Option 2,            Report & Briefing: 125 min

 

Why should you use this assessment?

This type of assessment is also called a job simulation or work simulation exercise as it can offer a realistic simulation of the skills required for a role. All you have to do is ensure it matches the skills or competencies you are looking to assess and is at the right level for the role you are recruiting for. Using this type of exercises help hiring decision-makers:

  • improve objectivity and minimize biases from interviews and
  • deliver constructive feedback to candidates improving their experience.

Not sure if this is the right assessment? Send us an uptodate job description including competencies that are critical to succeed in the role. We will send you our recommendations or discuss this with you.

****Talent Grader  sources these exercises from our trusted  partners to offer as part of the consultancy services. You do not need to be trained to use these exercises as we will support you in assessing your candidates and provide you with a detailed report, saving you time and effort. If you are a trained assessor, please contact us to purchase the assessment only and we will set you up as an assessor to mark the exercise. ****

Recreational Service Transformation (express)

Recreational Service Transformation (express)

Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

 Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

125 Minutes

 125 Minutes

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Consultancy
Consultancy

The Participant assumes the role of a newly-appointed Director of Culture and Recreational Services within a Council. The Chief Executive has asked them to look at current performance across a number of internal divisions within the department, make recommendations for improving performance and service delivery and detail actions which could be made to save costs.

*** This is an Online Business Simulation Exercise delivered through our VirtualAC Platform. ***This exercise is a parallel version of the Improving Performance Express Analysis Exercise.

Option1 Report only : 85 min Option 2,            Report & Briefing: 125 min

Why should you use this assessment?

This type of assessment is also called a job simulation or work simulation exercise as it can offer a realistic simulation of the skills required for a role. All you have to do is ensure it matches the skills or competencies you are looking to assess and is at the right level for the role you are recruiting for. Using this type of exercises help hiring decision-makers:

  • improve objectivity and minimize biases from interviews and
  • deliver constructive feedback to candidates improving their experience.

Not sure if this is the right assessment? Send us an uptodate job description including competencies that are critical to succeed in the role. We will send you our recommendations or discuss this with you.

****Talent Grader  sources these exercises from our trusted  partners to offer as part of the consultancy services. You do not need to be trained to use these exercises as we will support you in assessing your candidates and provide you with a detailed report, saving you time and effort. If you are a trained assessor, please contact us to purchase the assessment only and we will set you up as an assessor to mark the exercise. ****

The Personal Assistant (VirtualAC, Express)

The Personal Assistant (VirtualAC, Express)

Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

 Online - desktop / tablet, Virtual AC

70 Minutes

 70 Minutes

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Consultancy
Consultancy

The Participant assumes the role of a Personal Assistant to the Senior Partner in the Law firm, Parker Woods LLP.  They work closely with the Senior Partner providing administrative support for daily work requirements.  The Participant is required to deal with issues relating to diary management, quality checking documents, dealing with internal and external requests and performance issues.  This exercise is one of our more challenging Level A exercises due to the responsibilities of a Personal Assistant.

Note: This is an express version of the original exercise. Express exercises are condensed versions of their original counterparts. They assess fewer competencies and take less time to both complete and mark.

Why should you use this assessment?

This type of assessment is also called a job simulation or work simulation exercise as it can offer a realistic simulation of the skills required for a role. All you have to do is ensure it matches the skills or competencies you are looking to assess and is at the right level for the role you are recruiting for. Using this type of exercises help hiring decision-makers:

  • improve objectivity and minimize biases from interviews and
  • deliver constructive feedback to candidates improving their experience.

Not sure if this is the right assessment? Send us an uptodate job description including competencies that are critical to succeed in the role. We will send you our recommendations or discuss this with you.

****Talent Grader  sources these exercises from our trusted  partners to offer as part of the consultancy services. You do not need to be trained to use these exercises as we will support you in assessing your candidates and provide you with a detailed report, saving you time and effort. If you are a trained assessor, please contact us to purchase the assessment only and we will set you up as an assessor to mark the exercise. ****

Do you have a business case for pre-hire assessments?

Do you have a business case for pre-hire assessments?

Online

 Online

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

£0
£0

Ongoing and unprecedented changes to the hiring landscape – including remote working and increased applicant volumes – have accelerated the need for assessment solutions that are more accurate, resilient, flexible and cost-efficient.

For many large or enterprise companies, this has triggered a conversation around moving from manual CV sifting to automated assessments. But are pre-hrie assessments right for your business?

In this webinar, we'll be covering off areas such as:

- how to know you're ready for pre-hire assessments
- what to look for in an assessment provider
- what metrics to track to demonstrate success
- how to sell in the business case for pre-hire assessments

TopScore -Virtual Assessment Platform
TopScore -Virtual Assessment Platform

Cloud, SaaS...

 Cloud, SaaS...

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Request a Quote
Request a Quote

Introducing A Digital Assessment Centre & Interview Platform for a Virtual and Paperless Approach

Our technology creates an optimal assessor, candidate and facilitator experience, whilst enhancing efficiencies and maximising cost - reductions during the assessment centre stage. We have done this by creating a tool that is simple, enjoyable, and works incredibly well. Using our in -house software development expertise, we have built a configurable, highly scalable and resilient application using a solid and matured .NET framework, Angular and robust SQL Server database.

We deliver our technology in the form of Software as a Service (SaaS). The platform can be accessed anywhere, therefore can be utilised for virtual assessment centres & interviews with in -built videoconferencing.

myInterview
myInterview

Cloud, Web-based

 Cloud, Web-based

Chinese Simplified, English (AUS)...

 Chinese Simplified, English (AUS)...

£ 29.00 Growth ...
£ 29.00 Growth ...

MEET PEOPLE, NOT RESUMES
Make It Personal With Smart Video Interviews
With myInterview, you easily get to know candidates and spotlight the perfect fit before they walk through the door. Easy to use for both applicants and businesses, myInterview makes hiring a fully collaborative experience, allowing colleagues and managers to provide feedback quickly and efficiently.

 

HOW DOES IT WORK
myInterview's asynchronous video interview platform allows a candidate to answer pre-defined interview question in the first screening stage - often in place of a phone screen. The recruiter sends a link with a flow of questions creating a sequence of video snippets that form a video introduction. The recruiter views the videos, shortlisting candidates and involving hiring managers at the early stage of screening.

HIRE SMARTER With myInterview Intelligence™
your queue is always full of custom-picked candidates to watch. Purpose-built machine learning algorithms fueled by diverse data scan every video to reveal the hidden gems that perfectly match what you’re looking for. Welcome to the future of hiring.

ENTERPRISE GRADE. EXCEPT FOR THE PRICE.
Don’t let free fool you. myInterview packs powerful features that enterprises can rely on, all at a price any sized company can afford. That’s why both Fortune 500s like Facebook, Six Flags and Chick-fil-A, as well as hundreds of small businesses already trust us to transform the way they hire.

A VIDEO IS WORTH A THOUSAND CVs

Pre-Hire Behavioural Assessment
Pre-Hire Behavioural Assessment

Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

 Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

20 Minutes

 20 Minutes

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Bespoke packages
Bespoke packages

• 6500+ Job Specific Formulas • 175 Job Performance Impact Traits • 25+ Years Research & Validation • Advanced Assessment Technology • High ROI • Easily Customized • Reports Specific to Person and Job • 29+ Languages • No Adverse Impact

The Harrison Assessments System provides a comprehensive assessment of the behavioural competencies required for a position and accurately predicts success and potential obstacles. Integrated selection tools include performance based interviewing questions, how to attract the candidate, and the ability to calculate eligibility, suitability, and interview ratings for a composite ranking of candidates.

The assessment is web-based and scored online with comprehensive results available within 15 seconds.

Enjoyment Performance Theory:  Enjoyment Performance Theory states that an individual will perform more effectively in a job if they enjoy the tasks required by that job, have interests that relate to the position, and have work environment preferences that correspond with the environment of the workplace. Harrison Assessment’s global research indicates that the enjoyment of these various aspects of a job is highly correlated with good performance. "If you enjoy an activity, you tend to do it more. By doing it more, you tend to learn and improve the related skills. As a result, you tend to gain recognition (including self recognition) which helps you enjoy the activity more."

Candidates rank answers in order of what you they  know enjoy. Enjoyment performance theory states that if someone enjoys 75% of the tasks required in a job role they are 3x more likely to be successful.

Paradox Theory: Harrison Assessment’s Paradox Theory provides a greater depth of psychological understanding because it reveals an entire system of behaviour rather than merely offering insights about specific traits. It also predicts stress behaviour and provides a framework that facilitates objective understanding of self and a clear direction for self-development.

 

Eligibility/Suitability

The ability to predict job performance is dependent upon identifying all of the critical factors. If one assesses eligibility or technical competencies, it only represents a portion of the critical factors to predict performance. When behavioural competencies are also measured, such as emotional intelligence, personality, and work preferences, a high degree of accuracy is attained to predict performance.

Note: No training required use the assessment as we will support you in administering and delivering the reports to you. should you wish to manage this process yourself, we would be able to offer the training.

EMOTION 2
EMOTION 2

Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

 Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

15 Minutes

 15 Minutes

English (UK), English (US)...

 English (UK), English (US)...

£ 475 £ 500.00 (5% discount) ...
£ 475 £ 500.00 (5% discount) ...

Evaluate emotional intelligence in the workplace

EMOTION 2 measures candidates’ and employees’ ability to understand their own emotions and their capacity to establish harmonious working relationships with others. The test provides a reliable score for an individual’s interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies by assessing 15 specific factors related to emotional intelligence.

KEY FEATURES

  • Measures social desirability
  • Provides norm-based EQ scores
  • Personalised analysis with easily applicable developmental advice

Analysis of 5 main dimensions:

  • Self-awareness
  • Self-assertion
  • Personal development
  • Leadership
  • Adaptability

Analysis of 15 factors of emotional intelligence:

Intra-personal Intelligence Inter-personal Intelligence
Self-knowledge Expressing emotions
Self-control Assertiveness 
Self-regard Empathy
Self-confidence Tactfulness
Self-motivation Dealing with diversity
Optimism Motivating others
Resilience Mediation 
Flexibility  

REPORT PRESENTATION

  • Social desirability indicator
  • Standardised EQ score
  • Graph for at-a-glance analysis
  • Analysis of the candidate’s profile
  • Developmental Comments
  • Candidate matching with the 5 EI dimensions
Professional Profile 2
Professional Profile 2

Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

 Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

15 Minutes

 15 Minutes

Arabic, Chinese PRC...

 Arabic, Chinese PRC...

£ 475 £ 500.00 (5% discount) ...
£ 475 £ 500.00 (5% discount) ...

The PROFESSIONAL PROFILE 2© adopts the trait approach. This is our latest personality assessment, designed and validated with the most recent method in psychometrics, the Thurstonian IRT. It measures 14 set of dimensions in opposition (e.g. introversion vs. extraversion), thereby resulting in an analysis of 28 aspects of personality and motivations. 

In addition to the Five Factor Model (FFM) of personality, several established theories were used for the conceptual and practical development of the PROFESSIONAL PROFILE 2©.

Other theoretical frameworks include C.G. Jung (1971) Theory of Psychological Types; William Schutz (1958) Fundamental Interpersonal Relations Orientation; Lee and Ashton(2004) HEXACO Model of Personality and J. Holland (1958) Occupational Themes (RIASEC)

Key Features

  • Uses the Thurstonian IRT model to avoid social desirability
  •  Easy to understand reports, without psychological jargon
  • Internationally recognised, and registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS)

14 sets of character traits are analysed: 

  • Straightforwardness vs. Persuasiveness
  • Firmness vs. Flexibility
  • Emotional sensitivity vs. Emotional distance
  • Introversion vs. Extraversion
  • Structure vs. Improvisation
  • Intuition vs. Focus on facts
  • Personal balance vs. Involvement at work
  • Desire for guidance vs. Desire to lead
  • Need for reflection vs. Need for action
  • Humility vs. Ambition
  • Team work vs. Autonomy
  • Individualism vs. Altruism
  • Free-thinking vs. Rule-following
  •  Familiarity-seeking vs. Novelty-seeking
 French Language Test
French Language Test

Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

 Online - desktop / tablet, Online - mobile

15 Minutes

 15 Minutes

English (AUS), English (UK)...

 English (AUS), English (UK)...

Contact us
Contact us

Assess proficiency in French Language

The French Language Test allows you to assess a candidate’s or employee’s level of written French, whether they are a native or a non-native French speaker. The test measures their knowledge of French in 3 areas: spelling, vocabulary, and grammar. This test is available in two versions: beginner/ intermediate level and advanced level.  Suitable for any person whose written French is indispensable to their work.

Beginner / intermediate level: 15 minutes (timed) Advanced level: 12 minutes (timed)

KEY FEATURES

  • Gives an overall score out of 20
  • Scores candidates out of 10 for each of these factors: grammar, vocabulary, and spelling
  • Positions candidates on the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages (Levels A1 to C2)

The candidate receives an overall score out of 20 and a separate score on each dimension:

  • Spelling: Measures the candidate’s ability to recognise and use words correctly and to understand the rules and conventions of spelling
  • Vocabulary: Measures the candidate’s knowledge of the meaning of words
  • Grammar: Measures the candidate’s use of grammatical structure