Not Unless You Currently Occupy the Position for the Top Performers.
As you create positions and build your success profiles, we recommend that you do NOT use yourself in any positions other than your primary work function.
If you, a hiring manager, put yourself as the only top performer (even though you’re a company-wide rockstar), your candidates will be compared to you. Your data will skew the results. It is always best to ONLY use top performers from a particular position to build the success profiles.