We operate with the knowledge that each of us holds an untapped reservoir of potential. With the CVI we put into place a process for supporting this potential. The difference between the CVI and other personality-based tools is that the CVI measures innate preference (suitability) rather than ability or adaptability.
The CVI is the only human assessment that uses strategic and tactical values in a forced choice format, to gain unequivocal insight into the innate nature of the person. Since the CVI is comprised of only positive values, no such negative disclosure is required, and no context is provided. The CVI provides a 94% repeat-score reliability, year over year. Other assessments typically provide reliability between 60% and 80%. This is several orders of magnitude improvement – which shows that not only are we capturing the innate, unchanging nature of people, but also that the instrument is accurate and valid.
Did you know that 80% of work being done in an organization is done by the A & B players, who comprise only 20% of the workforce? This is called the 80/20 rule and as a result we find that most companies operate at less than 33% human capital efficiency.
We assist organizations with a facilitated hiring process (which includes a CVI for every employee involved in the hiring process). In this facilitated process we match the nature of the individual assignment and whether the Core Values Nature of each candidate is a match for these assignments. A reliable return on investment can be expected by aligning employees’ Core Values with the required work.