• Self Assessment: Identify your Skills, Abilities and Interests

    45 Percent of Americans who say they are satisfied with their work, the lowest level recorded in 22 years.
    7 Number of motivational gifts measured by The Call.
    20-30 Minutes it takes to complete the five different sections of the Self-Directed Search.
    ISFJ Most common personality type in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, estimated at 13.8% of the population.

    A fulfilling career begins with knowing yourself. What are your values, interests and skills? Think about how these things are influenced by the industry, type of organization, or environment you work in. Clear self assessment is the first step to long-term career satisfaction.

    Career Strengths – This assessment is based upon a hot topic, the Holland Code, a system used to classify occupational themes, and was featured on Good Morning America. It is a self-directed search that matches your interests with six different career groups: realistic, investigating, artistic, social, enterprising and conventional. It takes only 20-30 minutes. It is supported by more than 500 research studies. Also try the Career Key for a small fee. Likewise, it is based strongly on the Holland Code, this assessment provides accurate results and explanations emailed directly and confidentially to you.

    Personality Traits – Try one of the most popular personality tests available, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, the go to test for personality types. Learn about the test at Personality Pathways. For a fee you can take the test with a professional practitioner to read and evaluate the results. Also available is the similar Jung Typology Test online for free.

    Spiritual Gifts –This unique affirmation tool, The Call, identifies 27 different dimensions, including spiritual gifts, behavioral traits and interest areas. It is available online or may be purchased and interpreted locally through the Colorado Leadership Consultants. Also check out the Team Ministry Spiritual Gifts Inventory free of charge.

    Multiple Intelligences – Change “How smart are you?” to “How are you smart?” by identifying which of the eight intelligences help you achieve at your highest ability. Great assessment for school focused learning and career focused choices.

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