TESTS FOR
Employee Selection
Leadership Development
Team Building
Individual Development
Career Development
Including: Myers–Briggs Type Indicator®, Strong Interest Inventory®, Work Personality Index, FIRO-B®, CPI 260™, Thomas–Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument, and many more quality assessments.

CPI™ 434

434 questions, 45–60 minutes to complete
requires level C qualification

Helps find and develop successful employees, nurture leaders, create efficient organizations, and promote teamwork.

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Profile 5 pages

The CPI™ Profile is a clear and organized presentation of your client's CPI™ type, level, and Folk Scales scores. It provides a snapshot of CPI™ 434 results, highlighting the important elements, which allows for quick and easy interpretation. The organization of the Profile saves you time by providing all the information you need to prepare your own narrative interpretation for the client.

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Narrative Report 15 pages

This comprehensive report provides you with a well-organized narrative interpretation of your client's CPI™ 434 results. It includes a Profile of your client's CPI™ type, level, and Folk Scales results, and then elaborates on that information in narrative form for a comprehensive CPI™ interpretation. The Narrative Report includes all 100 California Q-sort items, from the most descriptive to the least descriptive, which make predictive statements about your client's behavior to aid your interpretation, helping you describe your client in a close, knowledgeable, and objective manner.

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Configural Analysis Report 16 pages

Beginning with the five parts of the CPI™ Narrative Report-type and level information, Folk Scales plots for gender and total/combined norms, individual Folk Scales in a narrative format, and a personalized ranking of the 100 Q-sort items-the Configural Analysis Report builds on that information by providing two types of interpretations based on combinations of scales: (1) empirical analyses derived from research; and (2) speculative analyses derived from interpretations by the author or his colleagues.