Behaviour is the Best Predictor of Work Performance.
In partnership with PSI – world leader in Talent Measurement – Naman brings to you, 16pf® – 16 personality factor. A data and behavioural science based psychometric that leverages the power of personality to transform potential of individuals and teams.
It affects our personal lives and impacts workplace behaviour. Any effort to expand an individuals’ performance and potential must, therefore, begin at understanding their personality with precision. Therefore, it is crucial to understand the role of an individual’s personality that helps in identifying development needs. Today, given the developments in Behavioural Science, there are several psychometric tools at our disposal to help us achieve this. Each with its own strength.
At Naman, we zeroed in on 16pf® – 16 Personality Factors.
Why? Because 16pf® is backed by volumes of reliable, validated data since 1949 and used globally by organisations to make data driven decisions. And because we believe in what Nassim Nicholas Taleb said, “the older something is, the longer it’s likely to be around and relevant in the future”.
A versatile personality assessment tool on a powerful technology platform.
16pf® is a personality factor questionnaire developed by Dr. Raymond Cattell in 1949. It is a standardised personality test that measures 16 primary personality factors and 5 global personality factors the grouping is called the 16PF5.
Through its objective and empirical measurement of personality traits, the tool accurately predicts behaviour and enables sustainable change.
Here’s more on why 16pf® is our preferred Psychometric Tool at Naman.
Desire to develop close relationships with others: outgoing vs. reserved
Ability to identify and solve verbal and numerical problems and connections: abstract vs. concrete
Ability to respond to life situations: calm vs. stressed
Ability to be spontaneous and freely express themselves: spontaneous vs. restrained
Ability to feel at ease in social situations: uninhibited vs. shy
Ability to be cautious with regard to the intentions and motivations of others: suspicious vs. trusting
Ability to keep personal information to themselves: discreet vs. openness
Ability to enjoy new situations and experiences: Flexible vs. connected to the familiar
Striving by flawlessness accompanied by critical self-evaluations: controlled vs. undisciplined
Tendency to influence and control others: powerful vs. submissive
Ability to value rules: conforming vs. non-conforming
Ability to let emotions and feelings of others affect themselves: tender vs. tough
Ability to pay attention to abstract rather than concrete observations: imaginative vs. practical
Tendency to self-criticism: self-critical vs. self-assured
Ability to trust own judgements and capacities to work independently: self-reliant vs. dependant
Ability to not get frustrated by different situations: impatient vs. relaxed
How much of time, effort and energy are focused on interpersonal relationships vs. pursuing ideas, projects and tasks?
Is the person’s style forceful, assertive with independent influence on the environment, or is it more cooperative and collaborative?
How does the person experience the world? Is it an intuitive, creative approach, or an objective and realistic?
Is the person’s approach unrestrained and flexible or is it characterised by self-discipline and self-control?
How does the person cope with pressure, challenges, disappointments, setbacks, and other stressful circumstances?
It empowers you with personality insights so you can:
Ready to develop talent by strengthening foundations, not just superficial actions? 16pf ® is your answer.
16pf® is a Force Multiplier. It’s guaranteed to lend pace and accuracy to your hiring, promotion, skill development efforts.
Unlock a deeper understanding of your personality traits and behaviors with our global 16pf® assessment. Want to discover more tools? Explore our other assessment offerings from Talogy.
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