The book is mere collection of explanation of psychometric tests and some case studies.
How is someone supposed to use this knowledge when there is not even a single test in the book?
What's the point of describing the tests?
I wish the book had at least 4-5 psychometric tests and then they had mentioned the application of the tests. It just seems like a strategy to promote OMI's assessments.
23rd April 2019 From India, Delhi
The purpose of writing H.A.P.P.Y. (Holistic Approach to Personality, Psychometrics and YOU) book was to spread awareness about the holistic usage of psychometric assessments for self and organisations.
The book will add value to a reader in terms of:
Spreading awareness of usage of scientific and objective method of analysing human behaviour through psychometric assessments
Insights into how psychometric assessments are used and analysed
Applications of psychometric assessments in different walks of life like organisation, self-development, relationship, career for students etc.
It is a book based on years of research and experience by industry experts.
Opens doors for people who want to bridge the gap between potential and performance.
Helps in understanding and solving issues from different spheres of human activity.
H.A.P.P.Y also states advantages of using Battery of assessments that opens many influencing windows of an individual's life as opposed to using single assessments that only opens one window to an individual's life.
Just by taking the psychometric assessments you will not get insights into your personality unless it is being interpreted correctly by professionals which is why the Assessments have not been given in the book. Thereby, the application of assessments will help you understand its wide scope of itss usage.
22nd May 2019 From India, Bengaluru