Self Assessments

Are you ready to Lead?

Understanding one’s own personality is one of the key factors to successful leadership.  As a leader, you are most effective when your strongest personal characteristics are center-stage.  Taking a personality profile or leadership assessment is an ideal way to learn more about You and Your Skills.  These assessments are helpful for seasoned and aspiring leaders, alike.

DiSC Profile – is a personal assessment tool used to improve work productivity, teamwork, and communication.  Sound interesting?  Then join us for our special DiSC LEADS session!  Two weeks prior to the session, you’ll be asked to complete a series of questions.  We’ll have a detailed report about your personality and behavior completed and ready for you.

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator – this condensed online version and find out what your type formula is according to Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers typology (link to URL)

True Colors –  will help you understand yourself, shed some light on the four personality types, and help you better understand what motivates others (link to form, which will be built and stored on OrgSync)

How well do You Listen?  – My Skills as a Listener – A Short Quiz

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