We offer a full suite of employee assessments powered by the latest advancements in assessment technology and based on over 20 years of research to help you build an outstanding workforce. Our assessment tools provide insight into a candidate’s cognitive abilities, behavioral traits, interests, and values. We also provide tips about the candidate’s potential job fit and relevant job-specific interview questions. Performance models are developed by examining data from tens of thousands of top and bottom performers to understand what traits are common to people who are successful in different positions to evaluate a candidate’s fit to the expectations of the job. Our collection of reports can not only help you find the right people, but also help you onboard, coach, and develop your employees to their full potential. Additionally, data from our assessments helps managers and employees work more effectively together and improves team dynamics by helping team members understand their similarities and differences. We are here to take your business to the next level.
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Quintin Guinn offers over 30 years of organizational training, development and project management experience. He is also specialized in the development and implementation of customized retention and revenue expansion systems for many businesses through human capital enhancement. He has been a key speaker at numerous conferences and conventions over the years. Currently he works with clients to implement talent management solutions using assessments and leadership development tools.
Dr. Fruehling holds a Master of Arts and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Minnesota, and has authored and co- authored over 25 textbooks. She is an educator, author and lecturer. She taught business and office education classes for ten years at the high school level. In 1966, she accepted a position with the St. Louis Park (Minnesota) Schools to organize and develop an Office Education Cooperative Training Program. Within two years, the State Department of Education was using her program as an example of effectiveness in work-study programs and a training ground for student teachers.