Depending on your personal goals for coaching, I can help you choose the assessment that serves you best. As you work through an assessment you can gain insights to better “know thyself” to help you determine your action plan. Below you’ll find brief descriptions of the assessment tools I use and recommend.
A state-of-the art tool that objectively measures innate abilities. Abilities are what you can do quickly and easily. Abilities control the ways you instinctively learn, communicate, lead, make decisions, solve problems, work with objects and use our mental and creative talents. Knowing yourself can help you determine your major for study or your role in and direction of your career.
If you have influence, you can create an internal shift in another’s mindset. Influential people shift other’s mindsets, often leading to behavior changes. YOU can be someone with stronger influence by growing your ability. It starts with identifying and understanding your 7 Influence Indicators.® Take the Keller Influence Indicator® (KII®)
The Birkman Method offers information as to which job activities will have the greatest or the least appeal for you. You can powerfully impact your changes for career success, as well as your physical and emotional health when you know and follow your professional orientation indicated by the Birkman.
A non-judgmental assessment that focuses on the similarities and differences between people and how these - properly managed - can make for more effective teams and organizations. It provides feedback on an individuals Usual behavior, Needs and Stress behavior.
The Leadership Circle Profile will help you understand how to improve your leadership effectiveness. You'll identify the relationships between how you think and behave habitually, and how those relationships impact your approach to leading others. As a 360 degree assessment of your competencies, the feedback will reveal your patterns of strengths and and your limitations. Understanding these patterns will give you the direction and opportunity to engage in your own professional development.