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KETHER (crown) is Mindtality Assessment Inc.’s adoption and breakthrough automation of the Neuropsychoanalysis-validated Projective Assessment Method. And since Neuropsychoanalysis is the latest and now the 21st Century universally accepted psychology science; it’s validation of the projective method means that projectives report the truest information on the test-taker’s mind. Question & Answer tests are now a thing of the past. Due to 15 years of artificial intelligence technology research the Kether is the only assessment system that automatically distinguishes features in projective drawings – handwritings and then correlates these recognized features to psychological constructs. It is rapid in scoring and processing and outputs report charts and multipage narratives. Reports are customizable in minutes in terms of number of pages, termininology (for lay-persons or psychiatrists), graphics/logo design and content.
KETHER neuropsychoanalysis application software system is validated psychometrically by government PhD Psychologists and the computing integrity and server processing system speed likewise validated by government PhD Computer Scientists.
KETHER is a result of 15 years of research and development in the fields of psychological neuroposychoanalysis , artificial intelligence and business analytics/Intelligence. It is a true convergence of the aforementioned three science fields.
TAHLIT (as in king’s cape); This is a 5th generation fully automated online job suitability software solution. It’s tremendous advantage is that it assesses based on psychoanalytic inputs and not conscious answers by the test-taker. It’s second advantage is that it evaluates with the use of an organization-specific peak performer benchmark. This benchmark represents the standard on which a candidate’s suitability is evaluated. The Tahlit sums up the factors of Intelligence, Personality and Career Motivations; corresponding “emphasis weights” are imposed on each of the 3 factors and the total equals the Job Suitability grade.
By the use of the personality factor the job suitability report would illucidate on whether a candidate is responsible, a perfectionist, team player, organized and impulsive , etc. By including the aptitude factor the report would explain whether the the individual is strategic minded, logical, perceptive, mathematical oriented. Then by including also the most important factor – career interest, the individuals passions on say scientific duties, business, administration-type responsibilities, communication-literary arts, or physical-field duties are determined.
SHEBET (scepter) is among our online assessment contributing HR solutions. High attrition firms (20%-90% attrition per month) which include BPOs/Contact Centers and production firms having furnace/painting/high-noise divisions commonly have cultural profiles that change by the week or even by the day. The Shebet examines long strings of real-time sourced top-performing employee data. These data strings relate to parameters on values factors, supervisor factors, demographic factors, psychographic factors, and Neurpsychoanalytic pathological factors. It then, through artificial intelligence data analytics, provides insights on which factors correlate to retention. A firm can then create a responsive strategy to curb and control attrition. It will for instance identify and rank the factors that correlate the most to fast resignations. Likewise, the Shebet will tell you if a job candidate (a loafer) likely intends to stay just 3 months on the job, collect on high value pay-incentives and perks, then suddenly resign. As a result, HR becomes armed with a benchmark that effectively pre-screens job candidates based on the current cultural profile of top performers and not based on a culture comprised of staffers who have long since left the firm.
CHEREV (flaming sword) is both for succession planning, cost-saving job consolidation and for significant increase mass hiring volume for s ( manpower agencies and workers cooperatives. It rapidly auto-generates a large list of job types with corresponding discriminating performance prediction grades and motivation grades that determine which jobs a test-taker would most potentially excel in, or best be promoted to and be happiest in. On the other hand, for the mass hiring agency or workers coop or POEA-OFW, this represents a major strategic advantage because it would discern which series of job-types a particular test-taker would most likely be successful and happy. It is strategic because it allows the mass hiring / processing organization to significantly increase it’s hiring volume because even in the worst case scenario where a test-taker fails in his/er preferred job type, the hiring organization can quickly suggest/approve him/er to be employed in the other job-type options where s/he has high-passing performance prediction grades. This will assuredly result to greater hiring volumes which in turn ensures a much higher revenue growth for the agency/cooperative.
SHIRYON (Armor of the King). Quality management programs fail at the miserable rate of 80%! Worldwide PhD researches prove this as such. Why? …… due to rampant resistance, defiance and closed-mindedness to improvements or unwillingness to cooperate!
The common reason given for failure is that organizational cultural & personal values are incompatible with the values underlying the quality management program being implemented. Employees oftentimes resist a quality initiative because it conflicts with the prevailing “way things are done.” In particular, “soft” quality practices – like employee empowerment, cross-functional teams and customer focus – are highly susceptible to cultural influences (Zhao, Flynn, & Roth, 2007). Because cultural values affect how people perceive the world (Schein, 2004) and strongly influence norms of behavior (Dewey, 1939), practices that contradict prevailing cultural values are susceptible to employee rejection. Unsupportive organizational culture has been identified as a deterrent to effecting change in organizations (McDermott & Stock, 1999).
Shiryon first extracts the inherent values set imposed by the quality managment program ( say that of Six Sigma, QMS, ISO, TQM or your customized program). Then we profile each and every officer both in your management group and production/sales/services group and identify who will be a cooperative and strong implementor of the quality program. This is so critical for success since you will know who to assign critical strategic job/role positions.
MAGEN (King’s Shield) Protect your Big Data and Server Farms from vengeful – violent staff, impulsive-psychopaths and mental defectives who may sabotage and do damage! The following are reported:
|SCHIZOPHRENIASPECTRUM||SchizophreniaPsychosisParanoia||Delusions, hallucinations, disorganized thinking (speech), grossly disorganized or abnormal motor behavior (including catatonia), and negative symptoms.Delusions are fixed beliefs that are not amenable to change in light of conflicting evidence. Their content may include a variety of themes (e.g., persecutory, referential, somatic, religious, grandiose). Persecutory delusions (i.e., belief that one is going to be harmed, harassed, and so forth by an individual, organization, or other group) are most common. Referential delusions (i.e., belief that certain gestures, comments, environmental cues, and so forth are directed at oneself) are also common. Grandiose delusions (i.e., when an individual believes that he or she has exceptional abilities, wealth, or fame) and érotomanie delusions (i.e., when an individual believes falsely that another person is in love with him or her) are also seen. Nihilistic delusions involve the conviction that a major catastrophe will occurHallucinations are perception-like experiences that occur without an external stimulus. They are vivid and clear, with the full force and impact of normal perceptions, and not under voluntary control. They may occur in any sensory modality, but auditory hallucinations are the most common in schizophrenia and related disorders. Auditory hallucinations are usually experienced as voices, whether familiar or unfamiliar, that are perceived as distinct from the individual’s own thoughts.|
|Personality Disorder||Psychopath||Marked by a lack of anxiety or fear and by a bold inteφersonal style that may mask maladaptive behaviors (e.g., fraudulence). This psychopathic variant is characterized by low levels of anxiousness (Negative Affectivity domain) and withdrawal (Detachment domain) and high levels of attention seeking (Antagonism domain). High attention seeking and low withdrawal capture the social potency (assertive/dominant) component of psychopathy, whereas low anxiousness captures the stress immunity (emotional stability/resilience) component. In addition to psychopathic features, trait and personality functioning specifiers may be used to record other personality features that may be present in antisocial personality disorder but are not required for the diagnosis. For example, traits of Negative Affectivity (e.g., anxiousness), are not diagnostic criteria for antisocial personality disorder (see Criterion B) but can be specified when appropriate. Furthermore, although moderate or greater impairment in personality functioning is required for the diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder (Criterion A), the level of personality functioning can also be specified.|
|Borderline Personality||Typical features of borderline personality disorder are instability of self-image, personal goals, interpersonal relationships, and affects, accompanied by impulsivity, risk taking, and/or hostility. Characteristic difficulties are apparent in identity, self-direction, empathy, and/or intimacy, as described below, along with specific maladaptive traits in the domain of Negative Affectivity, and also Antagonism and/or Disinhibition.|
|Antisocial||Typical features of antisocial personality disorder are a failure to conform to lawful and ethical behavior, and an egocentric, callous lack of concern for others, accompanied by deceitfulness, irresponsibility, manipulativeness, and/or risk taking. Characteristic difficulties are apparent in identity, self-direction, empathy, and/or intimacy, as described below,|
|GrandiosityTerroristic Messiahnism||Excessively high self-evaluation as with a terrorist leader.|
|MANIC DEPRESSIVE||Symptoms include fully syndromal manic episode with major depressive episodes during the course of their lives. . The diagnosis of cyclothymic disorder is given to adults who experience at least 2 years of both hypomanie and depressive periods without ever fulfilling the criteria for an episode of mania, hypomania, or major depression. This disorder is important as it may be an adjunct substance/medication-induced bipolar and related disorder and bipolar and related disorder due to another medical condition.|
|DEPRESSIVE DISORDER||Include disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, major depressive disorder (including major depressive episode), persistent depressive disorder (dysthymia , substance/medication-induced depressive disorder, depressive disorder due to another medical condition, other specified depressive disorder, and unspecified depressive disorder. The common feature of all of these disorders is the presence of sad, empty, or irritable mood, accompanied by somatic and cognitive changes that significantly affect the individual’s capacity to function. What differs among them are issues of duration, timing, or presumed etiology. The danger is that this may allude to drug inducement or to suicidality.|
|Dissociative identity disorder||Characterized by a) the presence of two or more distinct personality states or an experience of possession and b) recurrent episodes of amnesia. The fragmentation of identity may vary v^ith culture (e.g., possession-form presentations) and circumstance. Thus, individuals may experience discontinuities in identity and memory that may not be immediately evident to others or are obscured by attempts to hide dysfunction. Individuals with dissociative identity disorder experience a) recurrent, inexplicable intrusions into their conscious functioning and sense of self (e.g., voices; dissociated actions and speech; intrusive thoughts, emotions, and impulses), b) alterations of sense of self (e.g., attitudes, preferences, and feeling like one’s body or actions are not one’s own), c) odd changes of perception (e.g., depersonalization or derealization, such as feeling detached from one’s body while cutting), and d) intermittent functional neurological symptoms. The danger lies in that the subject multiple personalities may pose as a danger or risk.|
|Disruptive||1 Oppositional -Defiant Disorder (Unionist)2 Pyromania|
|Acts out aggression|
|Labor unionist defiance|
|Sexual Deviancy||Overly preoccupation with sex|
|NBI criminality contructs||SOCIAL WITHDRAWALSUICIDAL TENDENCY/IDEATIONHOMICIDAL IDEATIONRESILIENCE|
|DOH REQUIREMENTS||Susceptibility to accidentEmotional StabilityRealismAccident PronenessCoping with Adversity|
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