Occupational Personality Questionnaire – Leadership Potential

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Appropriate For New Applicants
Existing Employees
Comprehensiveness Advanced
Administration Time - 1 hr
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Scoring Options Internet icon
Language English
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The Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ32r) provides an indication of an individual’s perception of their preferred behavioral style at work and likely performance against important job competencies. It is designed specifically for use in a business environment and assesses 32 specific personality characteristics. OPQ32r-Leadership Potential includes the Leadership Report, designed for expert users, which provides a detailed analysis of an individual’s leadership potential using a competency-based approach.

Job Level: Individual Contributor
Localizations Available: US English - Latin American Spanish - Canadian French
Average Testing Time (minutes): 25
Time Allowed (minutes): Untimed
Maximum Number of Questions: 104
Designed for Remote Testing: Yes Question
Format: Adaptive, Multiple Choice
Product Category: Personality and Behavioral

The framework used differentiates between transactional and transformational approaches to leadership, across four key leadership functions. Each of the SHL UCF Great 8 competency domains has been identified as being most relevant to either a transactional or transformational style.

Leadership Function
Developing the Vision
Sharing the Goals
Gaining Support
Delivering Success

Management Focus (Transactional)
Analyzing & Interpreting
Interacting & Presenting
Supporting & Cooperating
Organizing & Executing

Leadership Focus (Transformational)
Creating & Conceptualizing
Leading & Deciding
Adapting & Coping
Enterprising & Performing

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