The predictive index ®



The Predictive Index® system improves effectiveness and productivity across all levels of your organization. As a practical, reliable indicator of workplace behavior, it helps you data-driven decisions that optimize talent,  creating the best results for the employer and for the people themselves.

The Predictive Index® system is a combination of assessment, education and consulting.

People assessments provide insight into the cognitive agility and natural workplace behaviors of prospective and existing employees. Job assessment determine the key competencies that drive success in a role. Used together, they result in improved hiring decisions, team performance, overall communication, and workforce productivity. 

 A key element of the PI® system is the education of key managers within your organization in the interpretation and use of Predictive Index data. In the PI Management Workshop™ managers become skilled at working with all the elements of PI and gain insights into the many ways PI can be used to improve performance throughout their business. 

Leadership Performance index


The Leadership Performance Index® is a unique and globally accepted online feedback system targeted to assess a leader at the level at which they are performing. Combining input from supervisors and direct reports, a broad perspective of the leader's strengths and developmental needs are delivered based upon specific competencies relative to their level of leadership.  

Different levels of leadership require different skills. The Leadership Performance Index measures the skills applicable to leader's current role. 

Providing both qualitative and quantitative data, the results reveal crucial information for individual awareness and improvement.   

selling skills effectiveness tool


  The Selling Skills Assessment Tool (SSAT) is a proven diagnostic tool designed to give quantifiable data on Sales Skill of an Individual. The SSAT measures skill based on 5 Core Competencies:

  • Open:      Building Trust and credibility by setting verbal agendas, handling early      objections, and managing expectations. 
  • Investigate:      Accurately assess and uncover the needs of the audience through strategic      questioning. 
  • Present:      Link capabilities to the facts gathered to articulate value and      appropriateness of solutions. 
  • Confirm:      Ask for the decision, handle objections, and gain agreement.
  • Position:      Build long term business relationships and cooperatively develop      strategies to move beyond the present.