Assess Finance Manager's Acumen

Used for recruitment and selection: 

Mettl’s Finance Manager Assessment measures the efficacy of Finance Managers towards financial control, budget and resource allocation, and reducing cost to maximize working capital for business growth. The proficiency of a candidate is measured on key competencies such as accountability, strategic thinking, decision making, process orientation, managing resources and prioritizing tasks, managing risks, managing stakeholders, change management and leadership skills.

It has the following applications:

  • Recruitment and selection of a right candidate for a finance managerial profile
  • Identifying gaps and preparing your first-time managers
  • Talent maximization
  • Identifying areas of training and development

Key profiles the test is useful for: 

  • Finance Manager
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Financial Controller
  • Financial Accounting Manager
  • Senior Finance Manager
  • MBA in Finance with 2-3 years of experience

Test details: 

Duration - 35 minutes
Reliability score(i) - Cronbach's alpha .85, Split half method .87
Validity score(i) - This ranges from .84 to .89 for different norm groups
Theoretical basis - The Big 5 Theory of Personality
Language - English and Spanish - (please contact if you want us to support other languages)

Test descriptions: 

The assessments includes:

  1. Mettl Personality Inventory- Assesses the person’s behavioral competencies for leadership.
  2. Mettl Critical Thinking Test- Assesses the critical thinking and decision making ability.
  3. Mettl Test for Abstract Reasoning- Measures the person’s analytical skills and logical thinking aptitude.

With a competency based approach to measuring the potential, this assessment measures three major competencies critical to metrics effectiveness in a retail organization:

Business Awareness                                             Leadership Skills

  1. External Awareness                                        1. Taking Initiative
  2. Managing stakeholders                                   2. Leading People
  3. Process Orientation                                          3. Strategic Thinking                                                                                                         4. Decision Making                                                                                                             5. Result Orientation

Project Management

1. Managing Resources and Prioritizing Tasks
2. Managing Risks