What are your career interests, values, preferences and motivations?Discover your career identity with leading career tests.
The first step in making an informed career decision is to develop a better understanding of your career identity through career testing. Inspired Growth offers the leading career tests to help you discover your work-related personality, interests, values and motivations, and relate this information to careers that may be suitable for you. There are many different types of career tests available, and the specific combination of tests selected for you will depend on your individual needs.
Strong Interest Inventory
The SII is a highly respected and widely used career planning tool. It provides insight into your preferences for certain types of occupations, academic subjects, activities and people. In addition, the SII identifies optimal career options based on your interests.
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
The MBTI is one of the most popular personality inventories in the world. It identifies your natural psychological preferences for processing information and making important decisions. The MBTI helps you understand your unique strengths and blind spots, as well as your preferred ways of approaching life situations and communicating with others.
Career Values Scale
The Career Values Scale measures your preference for ten key work values. It allows you to find out what is most important to you in a career, and what kind of work environment is likely make you happy and successful.
I administer and interpret career assessments offered by Psychometrics Canada, which include:
- Myers Briggs Type Indicator
- Career Values Scale
- Strong Interest Inventory
- California Psychological Inventory 260
- Career Interest Profiler
- Stress Profile
- Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument
- Work Personality Index
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“Don’t aim for success if you want it; just do what you love and believe in and it will come naturally”
~ David Frost