About Us

Hunter-Ross, LLC is a business advisory based in Rochester,  New York, specializing in talent optimization, behavioral analytics, and employee engagement.  We are a Predictive Index Certified Partner and PI Master Training Center.  We help companies achieve their business strategy through the alignment of their talent strategy and processes.   

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The PI Behavioral

Assessment

 

Pre-employment assessments to determine candidate job fit and predict on-the-job success.

Deep insight in 6 minutes. 

 

The PI Behavioral Assessment is an untimed, scientifically validated, free-choice, stimulus response assessment that measures a person's motivating drives and needs.

 

It has been investigated in over 350 criterion-related validity studies and used across many industries for more than 60 years. Our tool is built to the standards of the APA, SIOP, and ITC, as well as, EFPA-certified so you can use it to understand how candidates are wired and hire for the best role, team, and organization fit. 

How does the PI Behavioral Assessment work?

 

In the assessment, participants are presented with two lists of words. The first, asks them to select words that describe the way others expect them to act. In the second list, they are asked to select word that describe them from their won point of view.

Each adjective in the lists is associated with one of the four key factors that determine workplace behavior: dominance, extraversion, patience, and formality.

 

Once completed an easy to read, digestible report is generated explaining who they are and enabling participants to gain a deeper understanding of what drives them in the workplace.

The PI Behavioral Assessment has been through more than 350 scientific studies, confirming its validity.

What does the Behavioral Assessment measure?

Dominance: is the drive to exert influence on people or events.

Extraversion: is the drive for social interaction with other people.

Patience: is the drive to have consistency and stability.

Formality: is the drive to conform to rules and structure.

These four behavioral drives provide a simple structure for understanding

your employees’ and candidates’ workplace behaviors. PI allows to to take

the guesswork out of hiring and empowers manager to truly understand and

develop those they supervise.