EPP is a psychometric assessment which focuses on assessing the individual’s strengths and developmental needs that are essential for success.
Our Educafé Personality Profiler has been developed and standardized for an Indian population and can be deployed and used with a high percentage of accuracy.
EPP, based on the Big Five theory of Personality, Trait theory as well Psychological well-being gives a holistic picture of the individual.
Take the EPP in the privacy of your home or office, or walk to our Center.
You can avail counselling by our trained professionals who will walk you through the detailed report.
Every individual has the potential to be a successful and needs to only discover his/her true self to get there. To accomplish this, it is important that we provide individuals with guidance as to the essential path for them to actualize their potential and equip them with the required skills, resources and temperament. This is possible largely through a holistic Personality assessment and development.
Personality refers to combination of qualities and traits of the individual. Individuals have their likes and dislikes, strengths and drawbacks, skills and inabilities – their own unique personality.
Though there are several assessments which focus on assessing an individual on his/her various personality factors, they have not been majorly standardized on Indian samples. Moreover, since the norms are not based on an Indian sample the results may not be completely reliable and valid for the Indian population. To bridge this gap and to bring in accuracy, Educafé has developed a personality assessment- Educafé’s Personality Profiler (E.P.P).
EPP is a psychometric assessment which focuses on assessing the individual’s strengths and developmental needs that are essential for success. The assessment, based on the Big Five theory of Personality, Trait theory as well Psychological well-being gives a holistic picture of the individual.
The assessment assesses the individual on 21 Behavioural dimensions and 6 risk indicators. 2 reliability indices - Consistency and Social Desirability indices are also obtained.
Identify Development Needs
Discover Training Needs
Negate Negative Incidents