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BIP®

Business-Focused Inventory of Personality: UK Edition

Paper and Pencil

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65,00 €

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50,80 €

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50,80 €

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46,00 €

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46,00 €

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30,80 €

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38,50 €

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56,00 €

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56,00 €

HTS 5

Hinweis zum Hogrefe Testsystem (HTS 5)

* HTS 5 benötigt einen HTS 5-Online-Portalzugang

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38,00 €

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1.840,00 €

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1.950,00 €

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480,00 €

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975,00 €

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240,00 €

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76,00 €

Einsatzbereich

The BIP® is suitable for use in selection, development, coaching and career counselling. It is suitable for use with board executives and middle to senior management levels.

Inhalt

The BIP® combines an assessment of both work style and motivation and was originally developed in Germany over 10 years ago following research into personality at work and with input from HR professionals. The UK standardisation was carried out in 2007 under the direction of Professor John Rust. The result is a practical, work-based questionnaire that is valuable for use at senior management levels. The self-report questionnaire (Form S) is complemented by a version of the questionnaire that can be completed by others (Form O). This provides useful insight into the impact of behaviour on other people and, as such, makes for a rich source of information in a development setting.

The questionnaire includes 14 scales arranged into four conceptual domains; three scales measure aspects of psychological constitution: ‘Emotional Stability’, ‘Working under Pressure’ and ‘Self Confidence’. There are also four supplementary indices intended to open up discussion at interview rather than being predictive of behaviour. These are ‘Sense of Control’ (in terms of impact on others), ’Competitive Orientation’, ’Mobility’ (in terms of willingness to relocate and travel as part of the job) and ’Time Orientation’, which looks at the relative importance given to work and leisure.

In addition, the BIP® has an ‘Impression Management’ scale which assesses an aspect of the testtaker’s approach to the questionnaire and gives the test user insight into the extent to which respondents are emphasising more or less positive aspects of themselves.

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