Hartman Value Profile (HVP)
Based on Robert S. Hartman’s formal axiology, the Hartman Value Profile (HVP) assessment measures each individual’s unique “thinking style”. An individual’s thinking style is defined by their problem-solving strengths, their problem-solving struggles and their ability to avoid the blind spots associated with situational bias. In essence, the HVP assessment measures—with uncanny accuracy—an individual’s unique thinking approach.
You will learn about the three core thinking dimensions: Intuitive Thinking, Practical Thinking and Conceptual Thinking. You will also learn about HVP’s six sub-dimensions: Empathy, Self Esteem, Practical Judgment, Role Awareness, Systems Judgment and Self-Direction. Additionally, you will learn how to interpret the HVP report’s thinking style insights about problem solving aptitude, thinking style communication, prioritized thinking style strengths, and areas in need of development.