EXECUTIVE ASSESSMENT & SELECTION
“Time spent on hiring is time well spent.”
Robert Half, Co-Founder Robert Half Talent Solutions
ChracterLOGIC uses a combination of validated individual assessment tools and expert-led interview processes to evaluate the skills, abilities, traits, character, and potential of leaders.
VISIBLE SPECTRUM CHARACTERISTICS
Executive candidates being considered for hiring or promotion are typically evaluated primarily in terms of "visible spectrum" characteristics like knowledge, skills, and experience. Likewise, initial estimates of interpersonal "fit" are usually limited to subjective impressions of how much we "like" or "relate" to what we can "see" in a person. Unfortunately, bias and limited interaction can significantly impact the reliability of those impressions.
INVISIBLE SPECTRUM CHARACTERISTICS
A less common area of focus that is no less critical to successful hiring and promotion is the "invisible spectrum". These are candidate features that are not always as obvious or easy to see. Examples include (authentic) personality traits, character, motivation, values, and "higher-order" executive competencies (e.g., decision making, leading others, etc.). Our executive assessment focuses on these areas to provide more reliable estimates of interpersonal "fit".
UNDERSTANDING EXECUTIVE PROFILES
We’ve developed a menu of modular executive reports that provide detailed, actionable information about core personality, motivation & energy, mental toughness, emotional intelligence, and data modeled executive competencies.
DATA-DRIVEN, EXPERT-FACILITATED PROCESS
The CharacterLOGIC Executive Assessment Summary reports (including a brief screening option) incorporate data collected from a combination of validated assessments (e.g., Hogan Assessment Systems), data modeling, and expert interviews and analysis conducted by an experienced PhD clinical psychologist.
All CharacterLOGIC reports are designed with busy executives and hiring managers in mind. Data, analysis, and recommendations are presented intuitively and visually, beginning with a concise, high-level summary of key findings and potential concerns and followed by detailed data breakdowns to help drive informed decision making.