Our Profiling System Cuts your Turnover Costs
The MRA program measures an individual's personality and preferred behavior
patterns. We also measure:
- How quickly an individual can receive,
absorb and use information.
- A measure of decision-making ability when unrelated
alternatives are present. Are this employee's decisions likely to be "snap"
decisions, intuitive, compulsive? MRA gives you important insights.
- The individual's ability to sense the
feelings of others and emotional components in interactions. This is a critical
capability for managers and sales personnel.
The MRA system matches the applicant's behavioral traits with the job description,
yielding satisfied and productive employees. MRA's
proprietary and highly-acclaimed Profiling System measures relevant traits
and abilities, eliminating a large part of the guesswork in selection and in management
The MRA system is a powerful management tool. Research shows that attempts to
an individual in a direction contrary to the preferred behavioral style
likely to fail.
Managers use profile information in day-to-day leadership decisions.
There are no "good" or "bad" profiles. Rather, the reports point the way to the
best possible fit between the candidate and the job description. MRA clients
modify the work environment to maximize productivity and build
positive working relationships.
A Sales Force
MRA clients know how to determine the best trait/job fit, depending on how
difficult the product is to sell. Since personalities differ in terms of risk-taking
and in the degree of independence with which they are comfortable, better job-fit is the best
way to reduce turnover. These behavior differences are easily measured. Sales people can
learn how to sell using their personal strengths. They can also
learn how to recognize the communication style of their prospects, and
communicate in the prospect's own
How do people react to the assessment?
I wanted to comment briefly on the ease and clarity of your online
assessment. In the past I have been asked to participate in similar
assessments which left me quite unclear and slightly confused as to
the questioning. I see no need for any improvement on your part.
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What Do Your Best Performers Have In Common?
Group Analysis allows us to look at the profiles of a group of your top
performers to identify profile characteristics they have in common.
"I am convinced that nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing
people. At the end of the day you bet on people, not on strategies."