Working for a non-profit organization is a hard but extremely rewarding job. Being an executive manager for one? That takes a special kind of person to handle. Our pre-employment personality assessment is designed specifically to identify candidates with the best chance to succeed in the role of a senior manager in a non-profit. It recognizes people with strong leadership qualities able to inspire others, handle a lot of tasks at the same time, plan ahead but also come up with innovative solutions at the spot, and someone able to build an effective network of contacts. The assessment also looks at candidates' mental acuity needed for leading such organization and making difficult decisions.
The assessment consists of three sections - 162-question personality inventory, a 44-item mental ability test (with items for verbal reasoning, numerical reasoning, and abstract reasoning), and 46 open-ended statements to which the candidate must type in short narrative responses. This is an untimed assessment but usually takes approximately 2 hours to complete.
The Executive/ Senior Manager for Non-Profit Organizations Assessment Report will provide you with a graphic representation of scores in areas related to the position, aptitude results and their explanation, candidate's strengths and developmental concerns, the narrative responses given to the open-ended statements with instructions on how to approach them, and suggested interview questions.