The Jung Type Indicator is a a short, psychometrically robust personality questionnaire that does not use norms, because it is a measure of typology. It is not intended for use in selection, but rather for growth and development, and team building. It measures four personality scales and sixteen personality types. It comprises of 60 items, and can take as little as 10 minutes to complete. The report is very easy to interpret and give feedback on, and focuses on behaviour at work.
The Occupational Personality Profile measures nine personality dimensions and has 98 items. The language in the South African version was specially simplified based on South African research. Normally this questionnaire takes between 20 minutes and half an hour to complete, yet the reports that are generated based on the scores are comprehensive. The extended report covers interpersonal styles, thinking styles, coping styles, leadership styles, subordinate styles , team types and influencing styles. There is also an interview prompts report which generates suggested interview questiona based on an individual's profile. This is very helpful for users who are still familiarising themselves with the questionnaire. GeneSys for Windows also allows the user to generate a profile match report, comparing the individual's measured scores to the desired scores for the role under consideration.
Please note: The Occupational Personality Profile was previously abbreviated as the OPP. Psytech has chosen to change this abbreviation to OPPro, to avoid confusion with the abbreviation used by a competitor. No changes have been made to the questionnaire.
The following reports are available on GeneSysOnline for the Occupational Personality Profile.
The following file is a zipped file containing a GeneSys norm file which can be installed to your GeneSys Desktop platform to make these norms instantly available for generating computer-generated reports. Save it to your hard drive, unzip and import the norm file into GeneSys Desktop platform. Please note that the GeneSys for Windows system was discontinued several years ago and no further norms updates will be provided for this platform. To take advantage of new research and the improved reports, users should convert to GeneSysonline.
When you need to assess the personality of educated adults such as executives and professionals, the 15FQ+ is the Psytech instrument of choice. With this questionnaire, you have access to a wide range of computer-generated reports covering the 16 primary personality factors, as well as team types, leadership styles, subordinate styles, influencing styles, and career themes. It also calculates an estimate of emotional intelligence. Additionally, special interpreted reports are available via our online system. These include the emotional intelligence report which relates the 15FQPlus scales to Goleman's model of emotional intelligence and the managerial competency report which relates the 15FQPlus scales to Psytech's "Fine Nine" competency model. A new report discussing possible counterproductive behaviour has also been added (The "derailer report").
The following reports are available for our GeneSys online system:
15FQPlus Coaching Report Grow mode;
On the GeneSys online platform, numerous report sets are available. This enables you to choose a set that suits your current needs. The following sets are available for the 15FQ+:
15FQ+ Complete Report Set (10 credits), containing the following reports:
15FQ+ Standard Report Set (6 credits), containing the following reports:
15FQ+ Advanced Report Set (6 credits), containing the following reports
15FQ+ Coaching Report Set (6 credits), containing the following reports
For those still using GeneSys for Windows, the above norms can be installed using the zipped file linked below. Since support for GeneSys for Windows was discontinued some years ago, the more recently updated norms will not be available for it. In order to benefit from the latest research and new reports, users should convert to GeneSysonline.
The above reliabilities are summarised in the following table: