You want to be in control of your own career. You may feel that your working environment is changing or that you want it to change. In that case you might ask yourself some fundamental questions:

  • how do I manage this?
  • how do I make up my own mind?
  • what would be my desired working environment?

With the PIT Self-Placement® proposition you will enable yourself to come up with your own answers to those fundamental questions.

You want to be in control of your own career. You may feel that your working environment is changing or that you want it to change. In that case you might ask yourself some fundamental questions:

  • how do I manage this?
  • how do I make up my own mind?
  • what would be my desired working environment?

With the PIT Self-Placement® proposition you will enable yourself to come up with your own answers to those fundamental questions.

How does it work?

PIT Self-Placement® proposition includes the PIT Self-Reference assessment.

This assessment is based on a unique, validated, scientific method (the Q-method, University of Chicago, prof. W. Stephenson, 1953).

PIT Self-Reference assessment measures the candidate’s own assessment of their working life and environment at this moment, as well as the candidate’s views on a desired working life and environment. Furthermore, the PIT Self-Reference assessment also clearly identifies the candidate’s barriers and obstacles which, if not addressed properly, would prevent a successful transformation from happening.

PIT Self-Reference assessment is a unique tool. All other psychological tests measure motivation, skills and abilities of the candidate, whereas the PIT Self-Reference assessment measures the candidate’s potential for a successful transformation.

PIT Self-Placement® proposition includes the PIT Self-Reference assessment.

This assessment is based on a unique, validated, scientific method (the Q-method, University of Chicago, prof. W. Stephenson, 1953).

PIT Self-Reference assessment measures the candidate’s own assessment of their working life and environment at this moment, as well as the candidate’s views on a desired working life and environment. Furthermore, the PIT Self-Reference assessment also clearly identifies the candidate’s barriers and obstacles which, if not addressed properly, would prevent a successful transformation from happening.

PIT Self-Reference assessment is a unique tool. All other psychological tests measure motivation, skills and abilities of the candidate, whereas the PIT Self-Reference assessment measures the candidate’s potential for a successful transformation.