The HAB consists of 19 virtual worksamples that are taken online over an estimated three hours in total. You do not have to take the whole Battery at once, but can do each worksample individually or break them up into smaller groups.

What to Expect When Taking the HAB

 

 

The HAB is unique in that it measures your abilities based on performance rather than perception. Exercises such as recreating designs from memory, manipulating blocks in space, and putting images in
logical sequence are some of the virtual tasks you are asked to perform within a set amount of time. Results based on timed performance are far more reliable than results based on self-perception or personal opinion.

See the research, HAB Technology and Research.

 

What Makes the HAB Assessment Unique?

 

 

Everyone is born with inherent abilities that make certain types of tasks preferable to others. 

 

For that reason, people are most fulfilled in their careers when they find an environment that allows them to work primarily from their gifts and their natural talents. 

 

For some, talents are specialized, such as a gift for music or design, or a gift for theoretical thought. For others, talents may be more generalized, such as a talent for leading teams or the abilities that make teaching, selling, or writing easy. 

What Are Natural Abilities? 

personal style

  • Generalist/ Specialist

  • Intovert/Extrovert

  • Time Frame

 

 

 

 

Personal Style dimensions are predictive of behavior patterns 

specialized abilities

  • Design Memory

  • Observation

  • Verbal Memory

  • Tonal Memory

  • Rhythm Memory

  • Pitch Discrimination

  • Number Memory

  • Visual  Speed Visual Accuracy

Specialized Abilities influence how you take in information 

driving abilitieS

Driving Abilities power everything

that you do

  • Classification

  • Concept Organization

  • Idea Productivity

  • Spatial Relations Theory 

  • Spatial Relations Visualization

 

 

 

STUDENTS

Beginning at age 16 looking for help determining a college. Students in college narrowing their focus to a major or find internships/jobs. 

ADULTS

Graduates looking for jobs. People who have a job but would like a different job, or people who have reached a burn-out phase and want help navigating that. People who are re-entering the work-force, or considering new endeavors. 

LEADERS

Developing self-knowledge to prepare for a new level of tasks/delegation, team-work, company structure. Aligning yourself and your employees where they excel to produce greater fulfillment and results. 

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