Snapshot of Results:
An assessment is considered reliable when the results can be repeated. To be reliable, assessments must meet two requirements:
- Internal consistency
- Test-retest reliability
To demonstrate empirical evidence for reliability, we examine both the internal consistency and test-retest reliability statistics against the best practices defined by organizational psychology.
An assessment is considered valid when the assessment measures what it is stated to measure. To demonstrate this empirical evidence for Birkman, we test for several types of validity:
- Face validity
- Content validity
- Construct-convergent validity
- Criterion-related validity
At Birkman, we are constantly innovating to provide deeper insights into personalities and express the information in an accessible, memorable format. Any reports or scales that we develop are tested rigorously across large sample populations to confirm their validity and reliability.
To learn more about the reliability, validity, and other psychometric properties of our behavioral assessments, please contact us.
Publications & Presentations
Along with our research collaborators we publish and present research findings in peer-reviewed journals, white papers, and conference presentations.
In collaboration with industry and academia, we continue the development of current and new assessments and publish workplace research findings ranging from recruitment to retirement.