Omnia Reports are based on responses to the Omnia Profile, an instrument that measures preferred behavioral characteristics. While an individual’s behavior can fluctuate depending on the situation, the Omnia Profile captures an individual’s most comfortable pattern of behavior and is therefore a good indicator of how they will respond to most business situations and tasks. The Omnia Profile should account for only 20 to 25 percent of the overall hire, promotion and career development decisions. As with any assessment, the Omnia Profile does not measure all factors that contribute to individual success and productivity. Outside of the behavioral characteristics, we recommend you fully evaluate a participant’s skills, education, special training, intelligence, personal work ethic and integrity. In addition to The Omnia Profile, a thorough, consistent interview process, careful reference/background checking and skills testing create a powerful selection system.
I tell people about Omnia all the time. I became a believer after I profiled myself, someone on my staff, and the person I ultimately hired. The Profile was dead accurate each time, and I love that it’s not just helpful on paper, but I can call and talk to a real person about the Profile afterward.