You KNOW what you want from an employer, but can you clearly verbalize it? Whether you are currently employed or looking for a job, being able to clearly articulate what you want to stay engaged in a job is crucial to your happiness in that job. If you can’t tell someone what you want, you won’t get it. The Harrison Assessments™ Engagement & Retention Analysis Report is a great step towards being able to SHOW what it takes to engage and retain you.
The Harrison Assessments™ Engagement & Retention Analysis Report is a valuable tool to SHOW you how to start, change, or GROW your career. It measures 175 factors including your task preferences, motivations, work environment preferences, interests and interpersonal preferences. The report identifies eight areas of expectations and analyzes the organizational behavior related to those expectations. It will SHOW you how to further your engagement, increase your performance and improve your business outcomes. Click the following link to view a sample of a Harrison Assessments™ Engagement & Retention Analysis Report.
Once you complete your purchase, you will receive a link to take the on-line assessment, which takes less than 30 minutes. We will then email you a copy of your report.
The Harrison Assessment is an exceptional, highly reliable and validated tool for starting, changing, or developing your career. The online assessment, which takes less than 30 minutes to complete, measures 175 factors including your task preferences, motivations, work environment preferences, interests, and interpersonal preferences. The data collected is used to generate a multitude of reports that are valuable to career planning and professional development. Harrison Assessments™ has been used for over 30 years worldwide and is currently available in 38 languages.
There are two central theories that are integrated into the Harrison system.
The Enjoyment-Performance Theory affirms that we tend to engage in activities that bring us enjoyment and avoid activities that bring us displeasure. Individuals have a tendency to do things more frequently when we enjoy them and as a result we tend to get better at them as well. If our performance improves so will our desire to engage in these activities. Therefore, performance and enjoyment are related; performance is closely linked to the level of interest and enjoyment of an activity.
The Paradox Theory truly differentiates the Harrison Assessment™ from all of the assessment tools. According to this theory, an individual can possess and demonstrate seemingly contradictory traits simultaneously. By measuring 12 universal paradoxes, which take the form as gentle (passive) and dynamic (aggressive) traits, we can describe various levels of balance and imbalance enabling us to more accurately predict behavior.
The Reliability & Validity
Using our advanced cross-referencing technologies that make over 8,000 comparisons, it provides the equivalent amount of information of 2,700 multiple choice questions. Our SmartQuestionnaire™ prevents deception because it contains only positive statements that are ranked according to what the individual enjoys the most. Our built-in lie prevention system automatically detects even the slightest attempt to manipulate the results.