The MAT assessment helps measure:
- Problem Solving – the ability to evaluate information, give relevant considerations when making decision, interpret data and react appropriately to changing situations.
- Planning and Organizing – the ability to develop long-range plans and short-term activities, including setting business objectives and delivery schedules.
- Management Responsibility – the extent to which the individual feels responsible for and in control of, work performance and job advancement.
- Communication – the ability to present information formally and informally in written and oral contexts and communicate effectively with customers, staff, peers and supervisors.
- Supervisory Skills – the skill level in planning and overseeing the work of subordinates and managing work flow.
- Administrative Skills – the ability to implement and monitor actions to ensure compliance with policies and regulations, distribute information, allocate staff and maintain records.
- Business Control – the skill in and concern for controlling expenses, reducing costs, setting performance standards and reviewing budgets.
- Managerial Potential Index – a composite score of the scales reflecting a candidate’s overall ability to successfully perform management tasks.
- Normative Data – norms are based upon job candidates from organizations in a wide range of industries.
- Validation Studies – have been conducted on the MAT assessment in a variety of settings including healthcare and advertising.
- Report – the MAT provides a graphic depiction of the candidate’s scores and an overall estimate of potential.