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CPI 260®


Building on the exceptional history, validity, and reliability of the California Psychological Inventory™ (CPI™) assessment, the CPI 260® assessment opens a new window on people’s strengths and opportunities for development.

With updated language and clear graphics, the CPI 260 instrument transforms the California Psychological Inventory into a leadership development and selection tool for today’s organizations. The CPI 260 assessment contains 260 carefully selected items that are used to measure three vector scales (interpersonal approach, intrapersonal values, and level of satisfaction) and more than two dozen scales in five broad areas: dealing with others, self-management, motivations and thinking style, personal characteristics, and work-related characteristics.

Building on more than 50 years of research and successful real-life applications—empirically derived and research validated—this powerful tool is designed for straightforward, easy administration that respects the time constraints of busy professionals. It offers practical, down-to-earth insights for the training and development of professionals in a range of business and organizational contexts. Feedback is available in two well-organized, highly intuitive reports: the Client Feedback Report and the Coaching Report for Leaders.

Help your organization with a variety of leadership and management development applications. The CPI 260 instrument is a highly effective tool for use in:

  • Leadership development and management training programs
  • One-on-one or group coaching
  • Performance improvement initiatives

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