The MTQ48 assessment is a unique 48 item high-quality psychometric measure that measures Mental Toughness which describes the mindset that every person adopts in everything they do. It is closely related to qualities such as character, resilience, grit, etc.
Published research and case studies from around the world show that Mental Toughness is a major factor in:
Mental toughness is about how effectively individuals deal with stress, pressure and challenge. It describes the mindset that every person adopts in everything they do and is closely related to qualities such as character, resilience and grit. We can measure these qualities with the MTQ.
Most psychometrics focus on the measurement of behaviours (how we act) and attributes (how we feel) – the MTQ looks at how we think which is a key driver for the development of behaviour and attributes.
Research carried out under the direction of Professor Peter Clough has identified the four key components of MT. These are called the 4 Cs – Control, Commitment, Challenge and Confidence.
The psychometric test is normative, this means that test results for an individual are compared to test results for a relevant norm group which represents the population at large.
Assessor, Development and Coaching Reports
Provides scores for:
The Four C’s
Subscale Scores for Control and Confidence
This tool covers the 4C’s key areas:
Developing mental toughness in individuals and organisations is possible. Arcadia Alive have a track record of developing MT through coaching and development programmes.
Each individual who completes the MTQ48 receives their own report. In addition reports are prepared for the individuals: