Would you like the security of taking some formal career assessments to help you decide on your next career move?
Then take a look at the three key assessments I offer my clients.
Assessments are valuable in that they help you to understand more about yourself – your strengths, your personality and your interests.
They can give you added confidence when considering new career ideas and can also guide you towards finding greater career satisfaction in your current role as well as in a new one.
But of course no assessment can tell you exactly what you should do – you are much more complex than can be captured in a single psychometric test.
At the end of the day, you make the final decisions based on the knowledge you have of yourself, of your overall career goals and your current circumstances. But career assessments can provide effective information to inform your decision making.
The assessments I offer are all carefully researched and designed by occupational psychologists so you can be sure that they give you useful and accurate results.
They all come with a detailed report and an individual feedback session to help you fully understand the results and put them into the wider context of your career plans.
Yes, there are free assessments available on the internet, but they are often poorly designed copies of the properly researched ones so the results may be of limited value and none include personalised feedback.
The three assessments I find the most helpful as part of any career planning process are:
Just follow the links to read more about each assessment.
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