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Cloverleaf Assessment Guide
Cloverleaf Assessment Guide

This guide gives a brief overview of all assessments on Cloverleaf.

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With our assessments, you'll likely learn something new about yourself. And paired with your teammates taking their assessments, there's plenty to learn about your teammates too. The more assessments an individual or team takes, the more insights you'll get!

By completing multiple assessments, leaders, teams, individuals, and coaches can get a more comprehensive view of the unique strengths, personalities, and dynamics that exist within the organization. The additional insights each assessment provides will enrich the experiences users have while using Cloverleaf as the variety, uniqueness, and specificity of the Automated Coaching™ tips strengthen.

Below is a brief overview of each assessment you will find within the Cloverleaf dashboard. Click on the links to dive deeper into each assessment and learn more!


16 Types (Time to take assessment: 5-7 minutes)
16 Types assesses four areas of an individual’s personality: 1- where energy is received, 2- how information is taken in, 3- how decisions are made, and 4- outward behavioral tendencies. A four letter code represents each of these areas.

DISC (Time to take assessment: 5-7 minutes)
The DISC assessment measures how you respond to favorable and unfavorable situations-scoring on an individual’s tendency toward dominance, compliance, influence, and steadiness.

Enneagram (Time to take assessment: 10-15 minutes)
There are nine personality types in the Enneagram system, each with its unique set of characteristics and specific motivating drivers. By understanding these different characteristics, team members can learn how to work more effectively with one another.

HBDI (Time to take assessment: 60-75 minutes)

The Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument, is a cognitive assessment tool that helps individuals understand their preferred thinking styles. It measures how individuals prefer to approach problems, communicate, and learn, categorizing these preferences into four quadrants.


Strengthscope® (Time to take assessment: 30-35 minutes)

Strengthscope® helps individuals discover and develop the underlying qualities that energize them and operate as strengths to bring their best to work and life every day.

CliftonStrengths® (Time to take assessment: 35-45 minutes)
CliftonStrengths® identifies an individual’s top 5 strengths. These strengths are each assigned to one of four main groupings: Executing, Strategic Thinking, Influencing, and Relationship Building.

VIA (Time to take assessment: 10-15 minutes)
VIA identifies positive character strengths within the six categories: Wisdom, Courage, Humanity, Justice, Temperance, and Transcendence. These strengths are aspects of an individual’s character when they are their true, positive self.


Culture Pulse (Time to take assessment: 6-10 minutes)
The Culture Pulse assessment measures values, norms, beliefs, and behavior to demonstrate how culture influences the ways employees behave amongst themselves and with people outside the organization.

Motivating Values (Time to take assessment: 8-10 minutes)

Motivating Values assess the core values someone has that influence why the person behaves in certain ways. The values an individual possesses are a fundamental incentive for motivation.

Instinctive Drives (Time to take assessment: 10-15 minutes)

The I.D. questionnaire reveals a person’s natural and best way of accomplishing tasks. It provides practical strategies to help individuals achieve greater and more consistent success and fulfillment while minimizing stress or frustration.


Energy Rhythm (Time to take assessment: 2-5 minutes)

The Energy Rhythm assessment brings awareness to an individual’s patterns of focus and energy. This insight helps illuminate what times of day they feel most alert and what types of tasks they do best during certain times of the day.

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