discover your strengths
DISCOVER YOUR STRENGTHS
We know that you may have come here without really knowing what you want to do next and that's ok.
If you’ve been out of the workforce for a few years, or you've realized that your current job is not what you were meant to do, check out the links below to help you discover the path that's right for you.
With the help of our career coaches, we have compiled a list of the top assessment tests around today. These tests are intended to give you some insight into yourself and what you need to do to find the work that will fill your soul, so you can get up every day ready and excited to get to work.
This test reveals the taker’s complete and unique talent profile — based on their responses to the assessment.
The test also gives users strengths-based strategies in order to maximize their potential.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator®
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI®) assessment and its process of self-discovery give users a framework for understanding themselves and appreciating differences in others, which opens up possibilities—in one’s job, relationships and life.
The Enneagram is a set of nine distinct personality types, with each number denoting one type. It is common to find a little of oneself in all nine of the types, although one of them should stand out as closest. The theory is that everyone emerges from childhood with one of the nine types dominating their personality.
MAPP Career Assessment
The MAPP (Motivational Appraisal Personal Potential) career assessment is for students, graduates and working adults. Test takers get a wealth of information to help find the right career that matches their unique assessment profile.
Career Strengths Test
Developed by the Johnson O’Connor Research Foundation for Oprah, these activities test strength level in a variety of skills, from inductive reasoning to structural visualization. Results let users see which jobs require that skill—and get a sense of what careers might fit their abilities.
SDS is based on a theory known as RIASEC theory that both people and work environments can be classified according to six basic types: Realistic, Investigative, Artistic, Social, Enterprising, and Conventional. This test assesses these skills to categorize the test taker into one of the above types.