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Identify Candidates who Value Listening to Others

Test for the Listener trait to hire people that pay attention when others talk

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Listener

Definition

The degree of importance the person puts on listening to another.

What the Trait is NOT

The level of ability the person has to listen to another.

Closely Related Traits

  • Listening
  • Solution Selling

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Low Range

Extreme Low Range

Less than 25. Because there is only one right answer out of 5 for each question, 20 could be achieved by just guessing answers. A very low importance the person puts on listening to another.

Poor Range

Low Range

26 to 37. A poor level of importance the person puts on listening to another.

Ok Range

Borderline Range

38 to 51. A borderline level of importance the person puts on listening to another.

Good Range

Medium Range

52 to 61. An OK importance the person puts on listening to another.

High Range

High Range

62 to 76. A high importance the person puts on listening to another.

High Range

Extreme High Range

77 to 100. A very high importance the person puts on listening to another.

For Manager Empathy

All team players are able to attentively listen to what others are saying. Use the Listener trait to identify the candidates who value what other have to say

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