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Taking an assessment is the process of documenting intrapersonal skills, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors in measurable terms. Assessments can shed light on your interests and values as they relate to possible career choices as well as to provide employers insightful reports to make decisions regarding the selection and development of potential and current employees.

The following assessments can measure productive behaviors, stress behaviors, underlying needs, motivations and organizational orientation. All results are confidential between the individual and administrator and, ethically, not for disclosure without permission. Individuals should always be given a detailed interpretation of their results from a trained and certified administrator.

Below are the assessments that I am trained and certified to administer, interpret and provide feedback:

THE BIRKMAN METHOD® measures productive behaviors, stress behaviors, underlying needs, motivations and organizational orientation. Reports can facilitate team building, executive coaching, leadership development, career management and interpersonal conflict resolution. Download a sample report (PDF)

THE MBTI INSTRUMENT is based on Jung's ideas about perception and judgment, and the attitudes in which these are used in different types of people. Preferences affect not only what people attend to in any given situation, but also how they draw conclusions about what they perceive. The aim of the MBTI instrument is to identify, from a self-report of easily recognized reactions, the basic preferences of people.

Check out some sample reports:
Career Report
Interpretive Report
Interpretive Report for Organizations
Team Report
Work Styles Report

THE STRONG INTEREST INVENTORY® has been refined time and again since the 1920s to give people insights that help them find careers that fit. How? By comparing your interests to the interests of people who enjoy their jobs. The report is based on the concept that if they like their jobs, and you share the same interests, you'll likely find similar work enjoyable.

Check out some sample Newly Revised Strong and MBTI® Combined Reports:
Newly Revised Strong and MBTI® Career Report (PDF)
Strong Profile plus Newly Revised Strong and MBTI® Career Report (PDF)
Strong College Profile plus Newly Revised Strong and MBTI® Career Report (PDF)

HOGAN REPORTS can be used for employee selection, employee development, talent management, on-boarding, team building, and coaching.

A major concern of HR managers today is the risks and costs of bad hires. The Candidate Potential Report (CPR) will help you select the right candidates for jobs throughout your organization, ultimately increasing productivity, decreasing turnover and minimizing the risks and costs of bad hires. The report provides an immediate recommendation based on the assessment results that will identify each candidate as high, moderate or low fit for the job opening. Additionally, the report identifies the candidate’s strengths, areas of concern and interview style. Check out a sample CPR Report (PDF)

The Potential Report outlines an individual's day-to-day leadership style, including behavioral descriptions, leadership competencies, and comprehensive development recommendations.The Potential Report is based on the Hogan Personality Inventory (HPI) and is organized in terms of seven dimensions; each dimension addresses a different component of leadership performance.
Check out a sample Potential Report (PDF)

The Challenge Report predicts career-derailing behaviors that can be the result of high stress or challenging work situations.
Check out a sample Challenge Report (PDF)

The Values Report explores a person's core values and goals that ultimately dictate a leader's emphasis on working with others and the type of environment a leader will create. The report predicts individual fit with a career, team, and organization.
Check out a sample Values Report (PDF)

The Career Builder Report identifies strengths and shortcomings and includes detailed developmental tips.
Check out a sample Career Builder Report (PDF)