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"People are motivated best and effective and successful in work that lies the closest to their true nature. 


From this vision you can shape your talent and competency management by using the TMA Talent Assessment method and instruments. 


  • TMA Talent assessment makes it possible to conduct an objective, constructive and especially thorough analysis of motivations, talent and development possibilities.
  • TMA Talent Assessment can be used for selection, development, mobility, career choice and reintegration issues. With the TMA Talent Assessment, 22 drives and 44 talents are exhaustively mapped. Also you get insight in the development potential of most of the 53 TMA Competencies.
  • The Talent Assessment takes about an hour that is spent by the candidate at his computer. The questionnaire for the candidate consists of statements, behavioral items from which the candidate always has to choose the one that matches him best. Thus the motivations of the candidate are unravelled in a subtle manner.
  • The outcomes of TMA Talent Assessment are systematically correlated with each other and are analysed in terms of talents that reinforce and neutralise each other. You receive a balanced candidate report that has been formulated positively in terms of talents and development and does not judge your candidate. Because of this, the outcomes are generally recognized and accepted by your candidate.
  • In addition as the conversation partner of the candidate you receive shadow (expert)  reports and matching reports to aid conducting your feedback conversation and to evaluate the drives and talents that are present. The reports give insight in qualities and pitfalls and offer you an extensive range of interview questions, development activities and coaching recommendations matched to your candidate. 
  • With this at your disposal, you can get to core questions more exhaustively and you acquire a more thorough and more valuable insight into your candidate. You make the final choices and recommendations yourself, but then in a structured and well-reasoned manner.