Understand Your Strengths to Build a Future of Success
37.5 million people worldwide have taken a Predictive Index assessment to learn, grow, and improve their workplace habits, according to The Predictive Index. If you’re ready for a clear picture of how you work then take this FREE assessment!
Why Stivers Leverages The Predictive Index
The PI assessment is a valuable tool used to gain insight into your strengths, areas of opportunity, and how well-suited you are for a role. We use it to evaluate personality traits to improve our hiring process and help people like you find the best job possible.
Take your assessment today and find out what drives you so you can build a great resume, showcase your strengths in an interview, and land the perfect job!
There is no good or bad result, PI helps you learn more about what motivates you.
It's a tool which helps you find what jobs are the right fit for you.
PI takes 10 minutes to complete, and relies on honest personal insight.
The PI assessment is used by thousands of companies all over the world.
What To Expect
Take the quick assessment: It only takes 5 to 10 minutes of your time.
Access your results: View your personal PI behavioral report.
Review results: Gain clear insight about what career path is best for you based on your natural drives.
Connect with us: Set up a time to better understand PI and what your profile means with an expert.
The PI Behavioral Assessment is an untimed, free-choice, stimulus-response tool that is far more than a personality assessment. The Predictive Index measures behavioral drives (Dominance, Extraversion, Patience, and Formality) as well as cognitive ability. For more than 60 years, businesses of all sizes have used the certified assessment to understand the personality traits to make hiring decisions.
If you have questions or would like more information, please contact us. We’d be happy to help!
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