TrustRadius wish you had a crystal ball that allowed you to get an answer to the age old question, "Why do people act that way?" Well, look no further, the PI Assessment is your answer!When my organization first adopted the use of PI Behavioral Assessment, it was for the main purpose of providing a new data set to analyze during the recruitment process. However, it quickly became apparent that there were many other uses for the PI. Within the first year, we built a Team Building & Conflict Resolution Training that used the PI as an informative, fact-based awareness tool to help our teams better understand each other and themselves. We completed PI read backs for all our current staff and recently we have begun conducting PI read backs with each new hire during their orientation on day one. We also review their manager's PI and those of their team members so they have a better understanding of the driving needs and behaviors they can expect from day one.,The assessment is simple and easy to take. From the perspective of potential candidates, we wanted to offer them something that wouldn't take them 30 minutes or more to complete. Searching for a job is time-consuming and taxing enough, we don't want to burden people any more than necessary. The data that the PI Behavioral Assessment provides is the most accurate of all the various assessments that we experimented with. The hardest thing to gauge during the interview process is culture fit. The PI gives us an advantage that no other assessment offers; a look into the crystal ball of the all illusive question of culture and job fit. For management training and employee relations issues, the data from the PI Assessment is invaluable. Imagine that you are trying to hang a picture on the wall by using a sponge to drive the nail in. You can try all day and even question your handy-man abilities, but the bottom line need a hammer. The PI Assessment is the exact tool you need to take your management training and employee relations issues to the next level and drive home results.,The PI Behavioral Assessment has been around for a long time. However, there is a lack of connection within the local community of companies that also use the PI with whom we can network and share ideas and practices. Annual retreats in our specific area or social media sites specific for our regions would be a great addition. It can be cost prohibitive when your industry takes a downturn. There is not a way for our company to tie the assessment invitation directly into our Applicant Tracking System. This creates a very manual process of sending assessments whenever we have a job opening.,10,Our company turnover has reduced from 22% to 14% since we started using the PI.,Wonderlic, ProfileXT and Myers Briggs Personality Test,Sage HRMS, ADP Workforce Now,Research Studies,No,Price Product Features Product Usability Product Reputation Positive Sales Experience with the Vendor,I would recommend implementing the PI read back with each new hire during their new hire orientation on day one. Having a sit down PI review with their manager and possibly their team members as well. The PI Behavioral Assessment isn't just for recruitment processes. This tool can be used for management training and coaching, employee relations and conflict resolution, communication training and more.,Being able to send multiple assessments at once to all the qualified candidates for the same position. Being able to group the assessment by job, or by company, or by date; whichever makes the most sense to your operations. The link to Catalyst and all the new tools that are being developed to ensure people continue to grow and develop their use of the product.,I am not able to link the Assessment invitation to our applicant tracking system. This makes the invitation process a little more manual. There isn't a place to link our group with other groups in our region that use the PI.,Yes,10Hiring Smart, Retaining the Best, and Planning for the Future with Predictive IndexIn our company we use the Predictive Index in our hiring process to ensure a good job fit. We also use it in enhancing team dynamics and productivity. Most recently, it is becoming an initial focal point in our succession planning process. Not only will the PRO help us define those behaviors and skillsets needed most in a position, but it will give us another tool for evaluating potential successors and in creating the development opportunities needed for those successors to be ready when we have change in our organization.,Ease of use from a desktop or mobile perspective. Excellent new tools such as the Placard. Job fit identification.,While not necessarily a weakness in the assessment, it does require initial and ongoing training to really understand and gain the most benefits from the assessment.,10,Using PI Behavioral Assesment has allowed us to put the right people in the right jobs. We have less turnover because we are hiring the best candidate right from the start.,No,10,Yes,Sending online assessments to applicants.,Comparing several applicants to a position takes some time to feel comfortable with.,Yes,9PI Assessments are essential for workplace success!PI is used within various departments at our company, but primarily begins with the Human Resources department. It's a tool we use for hiring, team communication, and employee relations issues. For many of our positions, we have a PRO profile, meaning that we have an ideal PI profile for someone to be successful in their position. It is not a requirement for someone to have this profile to have success, but it is useful in identifying areas that may be not so natural for someone in their role based on their own PI profile. It is only one piece of the puzzle for an employee, not the end all be all.,Comparison of PI Pro profiles to potential applicants. Useful training and accessibility of the site. Application of the drives and motivations. Explanation of M Factor scores.,Ease of use for new individuals searching the access PI site. Community usage should be made available to all trained PI personnel. Ideally would like to see potential "conflict points" when comparing two individual profiles together.,9,Quicker hiring times. Increased communication amongst teams. Ease in understanding motivation and reward options.,Myers Briggs and DiSC,WebEx Meetings, Google Drive, Citrix Essentials,Search Compare Review Report PI,Combining Reports Creating a Pro Comparing PI to the pro,8
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As with anything, there are always ways that the product can get better and continue to grow in its offerings and support. However, my team has been very impressed with the ease of use of the system. Our managers have their own log ins and there is no tutorial needed to explain how to use the website.
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Overall I do like the layout and user friendliness of the PI software, however, there are certain things that are not intuitive to someone who is just beginning to use the access PI system. The biggest difficulty that I still have as a user of the software is to generate a PRO profile request, or to do the comparison of a PI to the pro.
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About Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment

The PI Behavioral Assessment™ is a simple yet effective assessment that is broken down into four primary behavioral factors, or core drives. These core drives and their relation to each other create a behavioral pattern that provides a framework for understanding the workplace behaviors of candidates and employees. According to the vendor, the results allow users to better predict workplace behaviors and motivating needs.

The PI Behavioral Assessment™ is a scientifically validated, free-choice, stimulus response assessment that was created through a normative sample of thousands of people. It has been investigated in nearly 500 criterion-related validity studies across almost all jobs and countries, built to the standards of the American Psychological Association (APA), Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychologists (SIOP), and the International Test Commission (ITC).

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MBTI, DISC, Caliper


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