Giotto Test of integrity

Giotto is a measure of integrity that has been designed for use in the workplace. Integrity is defined here as the conflict and balance between our instincts (ie vices) and our ability to reason (ie our virtues).

time

Approximately 20 minutes - untimed

HIGH QUALITY

Conforms to BPS and American Psychological Association guidelines

multi-functional

Managers and professionals

accreditation

British Psychological Society (BPS) Level B accreditation or Getfeedback can provide feedback on the report at an additional cost

Designed using a ipsative forced-choice format, the Giotto test of Integrity recognises that life is a series of choices and actions that are made in the context within which we are operating and therefore, our ‘integrity’ will change over time and across situations. Giotto can be particularly useful for selection and in the development of individuals – especially in ethics training. The Giotto test indicates particular attitudes to an individual’s work-based behaviour that can then be further investigated during the interview process.

Giotto provides an accurate and reliable measure of a candidate’s strengths and weaknesses, across 7 dimensions.

Giotto can highlight candidate risk areas such as:

    • Carelessness, accident proneness and lack of attention
    • Lack of commitment, absenteeism and tardiness
    • Propensity for violence, hostile behaviour and intimidation
    • Disciplinary problems, subversion and intolerance
    • Disrespect for senior managers, overbearing behaviour and arrogance
    • Theft of company property, wasteful use of resources and failure to share
    • Inability to cope with change, or lack of self-confidence.
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Delivered online, the untimed test takes approximately 20 minutes to complete requiring the candidate to respond to 101 items.

Reporting

The Giotto integrity test generates a narrative report, a sample of which can be downloaded here.

features and benefits

  • A versatile, supplementary tool valuable across a range of situations from selection through to individual development
  • Provides an insight into an important but a traditionally difficult to assess area

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