That depends on the company and what they view as the key drivers of their success.
For example, if a company strongly values having entrepreneurial employees who are comfortable taking the lead on projects, are innovative, and interact well with other people, those key issues can be included in any type of talent assessment.
If there is a gap in talent at the company, for whatever reason, that may also drive the issues the talent assessment will help address. For example, a company with high turnover found out from exit interviews that many employees were complaining that managers were overly harsh and demanding without providing any support, training, or development opportunities. If the leaders at that company want to create a healthier culture, we would likely scope out what qualities the ideal manager should have based on the feedback. That profile could be used to assess current and future managers.