Behavioral Assessments

The Benefits of Behavioral Assessments

Whether you want to develop more self-aware leaders, assemble top-performing teams, improve sales and service results, enhance training initiatives, or select top-performing employees, our five core assessments provide the foundation for dependable human performance answers.

Why Assessments?

Assessments work by introducing scientific measurements to someone’s critical thinking and processing abilities, motivation, skill proficiencies, learning styles, behavioral characteristics, emotional intelligence, and personal values. Our assessments are constructed to evaluate and reveal someone’s holistic makeup to help build self-awareness and intentionality in all areas of life, personal and professional.

The Five Core Behavioral Assessments

Each of the five Core Assessments offers a unique assessment instrument, with its own set of reports, validity studies, coaching, and workshops. We deliver a wide range of personality assessment solutions to meet organizations’ unique needs with our DiSC, Emotional Intelligence, Motivators, DiSC 360, Critital Thinking Hartman Value Profile (HVP) and Sales IQ designed for behavioral change and desirable outcomes. With our behavioral assessments tools, you can feel confident that we have just the right resource to support your goals and strategic plans.

Select the entire series, one, or multiple of the following Behavioral Assessments:


Our most popular assessment and the world’s #1 behavioral profiling tool, DISC provides a highly-detailed analysis of each individual’s Natural and Adapted behavioral styles and emotions. DISC reveals how a person will behave within a given environment, situation, or relationship. It offers prescriptive lessons designed to highlight and maximize self-awareness, intentionality, and interpersonal communication, personally and professionally.

Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EIQ-2) is designed to highlight and examine one’s self-perception of their current EIQ and the effect it has on interactions with others. By understanding our own emotions and how to manage them effectively, we can improve our decision-making, leadership skill, and effectiveness as individuals, as well as accurately reading the emotions in others and engaging in mutually beneficial interactions in a healthy way. With increased understanding of the impact of our emotions, we can be more intentional with our expression to do what works.


The perfect companion to DISC, Motivators measures seven Dimensions of Motivation that drive our behavior and decisions: Aesthetic, Economic, Individualistic, Power, Altruistic, Regulatory, and Theoretical. Just as DISC reveals how a person will likely behave, Motivators explores why we are driven to do what we do and what we value at our core.

Critical Thinking (HVP)

The Critical Thinking Hartman Value Profile (HVP) assessment, based upon the research of Robert S. Hartman’s formal axiology, is a unique assessment measuring each individual’s problem-solving skills and their ability to avoid the blind spots associated with situational bias. In essence, the assessment measures, with uncanny accuracy, an individual’s critical processing patterns, thinking strengths and abilities, and overall judgment skill.

DISC 360º

Our popular DISC 360º assessment is the perfect instrument for managers, directors and executives to objectively “see themselves” the way others do. Imagine having the insights to make informed behavioral adjustments, that optimize leadership outcomes and neutralize interpersonal conflict.

Sales IQ Plus

This award-winning skills test measures each professional’s understanding of the sales strategies required to successfully win, retain and grow clients. With 48 questions selected at random, from a pool of over 100, Sales IQ Plus is never the same test twice! Re-administer it to continually identify and track the strengths, struggles and blindspots within any organization’s sales team.

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between lightning and the lightning bug.”
Mark Twain