Franchisee Personality Profile – General, Fast Food, Hotel and Restaurant Versions

Evaluates how well a person’s personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile with special versions for fast food, hotel and restaurant industries.

Description

Purpose:

  1. General Version: FPP-Ab evaluates how well a person’s personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile.
  2. Fast Food Version: FPP-AbF evaluates how well a person’s personality and atti­tudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for a fast-food restaurant.
  3. Hotel Version: FPP-AbH evaluates how well a person’s personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for the hotel industry.
  4. Restaurant Version: FPP-AbR evaluates how well a person’s personality and attitudes fit the ideal franchisee profile for the restaurant industry.

APPLICATION:

  • Franchisee Selection
  • Professional/Skills Development

SCALES:

General Fast Food Hotel

Restaurant

  • Leadership
  • Go-Getter
  • Diligence
  • Innovation
  • Determination
  • Approachability
  • Self-efficacy
  • Self-confidence
  • Positive Mindset
  • Comfort with sharing cost and profits
  • Management Skills
  • Rule-abiding
  • Community/Family Values
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit

 

  • Leadership
  • Go-Getter
  • Diligence
  • Innovation
  • Determination
  • Approachability
  • Self-efficacy
  • Self-confidence
  • Positive Mindset
  • Comfort with sharing cost and profits
  • Management Skills
  • Rule-abiding
  • Community/Family Values
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit
  • Graph and Chart Reading

 

  • Leading
  • Staffing
  • Adaptability
  • Innovation
  • Interest in Knowledge
  • Conscientiousness
  • Goal-orientation
  • Passion
  • Adherence to Rules
  • Comfort with Sharing Costs and Profits
  • Drive and Ambition
  • Calculated Decision-making
  • Risk-taking
  • Approachability
  • Communication Skills
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Optimism
  • Community/Family Values
  • Self-efficacy
  • Need for Independence
  • Need for Approval
  • Status-Seeking
  • Suitability for a Hotel Franchise
  • Graphs & Charts
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit

 

  • Leading
  • Staffing
  • Adaptability
  • Innovation
  • Interest in Knowledge
  • Conscientiousness
  • Goal-orientation
  • Passion
  • Adherence to Rules
  • Comfort with Sharing Costs and Profits
  • Drive and Ambition
  • Calculated Decision-making
  • Risk-taking
  • Approachability
  • Communication Skills
  • Cultural Sensitivity
  • Optimism
  • Community/Family Values
  • Self-efficacy
  • Need for Independence
  • Need for Approval
  • Status-Seeking
  • Suitability for a Restaurant Franchise
  • Graphs & Charts
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit

 

No. of questions: 110 (General), 140 (FF), 171 (Hotel), 174 (Restaurant)
Question type: Situational, self-report, skill testing
Estimated completion time: 35 minutes
Shorter versions of assessment: N/A
Recommended age level: 18+
Qualification Level: Class A
Compliance: APA standards; EEOC standards (gender, age) Validation Information:
Sample Size: 855
Cronbach’s Alpha: 0.94

Features

Benchmarks: Available – General: (general population, Franchisees), Fast Food: (Franchisees from fast
food industry), Hotel/Restaurant: (Entrepreneurs)
Interview Questions: Available
Group Comparisons: Available

Report Includes:

  • Summary
  • Introduction
  • Graphs
  • Detailed narrative interpretation
  • Strengths and Limitations
  • Impression Management
  • Franchisee Personality Type
  • Advice

 

Factors and Scales:

General Version: Overall Score plus 14 scales, including:

  • Leadership: Ability to take charge and lead others effectively.
  • Comfort with sharing cost and profits: Assesses whether an individual is willing to accept having to share profits with the parent company.
  • Self-efficacy: Assesses whether an individual believes that he or she has what it takes to succeed.
  • Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.
  • Rule-abiding: Extent to which an individual is willing to adhere to the rules and regulations of the franchise.
  • Community/Family Values: Extent to which community or family values take precedence in a person’s life.
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit: Assesses whether an individual has the desire and nose for busi­ness that is needed to flourish in this industry.

Fast Food Version: Overall Score plus 15 scales, including:

  • Leadership: Ability to take charge and lead others effectively.
  • Comfort with sharing cost and profits: Assesses whether an individual is willing to accept having to share profits with the parent company.
  • Self-efficacy: Assesses whether an individual believes that he or she has what it takes to succeed.
  • Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.
  • Rule-abiding: Extent to which an individual is willing to adhere to the rules and regulations of the franchise.
  • Community/Family Values: Extent to which community or family values take precedence in a person’s life.
  • Entrepreneurial Spirit: Assesses whether an individual has the desire and nose for busi­ness that is needed to flourish in this industry.
  • Graph and Chart Reading: Assesses whether an individual is able to understand and extrapolate information from graphs and charts.

Hotel Version: Overall Score plus 6 factors and 25 scales:

  • Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.
  • Comfort with Change: Assesses whether an individual has what it takes to bounce back after unexpected changes
  • Work Ethic: Assesses how hard and how carefully an individual works, as well as how driv­en he/she is to achieve success.
  • Calculated Risk-taking: Extent to which a person takes calculated, considered risks.
  • People Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses the skills to get along with others.
  • Self-Reliance: Extent to which a person relies on himself/herself and acts independently of others.

Restaurant Version: Overall Score plus 6 factors and 25 scales:

  • Management Skills: Extent to which a person possesses skills relevant to managing employees.
  • Comfort with Change: Assesses whether an individual has what it takes to bounce back after unexpected changes
  • Work Ethic: Assesses how hard and how carefully an individual works, as well as how driv­en he/she is to achieve success.
  • Calculated Risk-taking: Extent to which a person takes calculated, considered risks.
  • People Skills: Assesses whether a person possesses the skills to get along with others.
  • Self-Reliance: Extent to which a person relies on himself/herself and acts independently of others.

 

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