A Recap of TTI’s 40th Anniversary Conference

TTI Partners gathered for the company’s 40th anniversary celebration in Scottsdale, AZ, to connect, share their expertise, and look to the future of their partnership.

How to Choose the Right Assessment Tool

Meta description: Discover how to choose the right assessment tool for your organization's needs by ensuring you have a trusted consultant and aligning your purpose with the tool.

Using Assessments in the Workplace: Your Guide

Using assessments in the workplace is a smart strategy for organizations, but it can be unclear where to start. Here's everything you need to know.

What is Axiology in Assessments?

Axiology in assessments can transform how individuals perceive and prioritize the world around them.

Common Situations That Can Skew Assessment Results

Common situations like toxic work environments, major life events, and trying to fit the job benchmark can skew the accuracy of assessment results.

5 Ways TTI Success Insights is Leading the Industry

While working with your clients, they might want to know your reasoning behind selecting an assessment provider. We’ve got the answers you need! Here are five reasons why working with TTI Success Insights gives you a competitive edge. Share with your peers and your clients to boost your business.

Myer Briggs V. DISC In the Workplace

Myers Briggs is a wildly popular personality assessment— you’ve probably heard of it. However, just how useful is it in the workplace? Should your clients use it for hiring or leadership development? How does it shape up compared with DISC? Find out in our latest blog post, and send this article to any of your clients who are curious about the differences between these two assessments.

TriMetrix® EQ: What You Need to Know

TriMetrix EQ is a TTI SI report that combines three sciences: Behaviors, Drivers and Emotional Quotient. This particular combination of sciences unveils crucial insights into your ability to sense, understand and effectively apply the power of emotions to facilitate high levels of collaboration and productivity.

Assessments Are the Key to Employee Engagement

If you’re feeling sluggish, unmotivated, or unfocused, chances are you have a low level of engagement in your position. It might not appear important, especially to the higher-ups, but it should; Forbes reported that employee disengagement translates to a profit loss of 34% of the disengaged employee's annual salary. For you personally, it means that there is something about your position that is not fulfilling you. If you lead a team, you should be concerned twice over a lack of employee engagement.