“Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty,” says Henry Ford.
JANSEN offers the General Intelligence Assessment (GIA) tool, showing the individual’s speed of processing information and ability to learn and develop new skills. The assessment was developed over 15 years by Dr. Peter Dann at the University of Plymouth.
GIA consists of five online tests for simple cognitive abilities based on thinking, speech, decision-making, learning, and memory. The test person’s results are determined taking into account the speed and accuracy of his or her answers. Then, the score obtained is compared with a specific sample to establish whether the person’s results are lower, higher, or at the majority level within the sample.
The test allows the following:
• To understand opportunities for development through learning.
• To identify potential leaders with the required skills.
• To provide employees with the necessary challenges.