Intelligence tests for measuring cognitive and strategic decision-making

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Intelligence Tests

Among others, intelligence tests are used to measure a person’s cognitive ability and talent for dealing with problems, finding solutions to various everyday challenges or deductive thinking.

Just like a person’s character, intelligence is a permanent feature. We recommend using an intelligence test in combination with our personality assessments to increase the impact and to better predict the employee’s performance on the job.

HBRI (Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory) report

The Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory (HBRI) poses a number of business problems that allow statements to be made about how a person will evaluate information and make business decisions. Prior certification through online training recommended.

HBRI (Hogan Business Reasoning Inventory) report

Judgment - decision-making style

The Hogan Judgment report describes how a person processes information and makes judgments and decisions. Furthermore, it gives guidance on the responsiveness to feedback and the openness to feedback or coaching. This report provides crucial information for executives and high potentials in particular.

Judgment - decision-making style