career & work
Work and Career
If you want a:
Achieve the perfect role suited to your skill sets
Returning to work
Suspect or have a learning disorder or disability,
A career assessment may be the right choice for you……….
Career assessments are individually tailored to meet your needs. The assessments can be used to guide intervention or form part of personal development plan to secure a particular role or position, improve your leadership, or how you work as part of a group. Potential testing used may include:
Possible test considerations for a new role or promotion may consist of the following……….
- Work aptitude – Raven’s Matrices – logical problem solving
- Critical Thinking and Decision making – Watson Glasor Critical Thinking – How you make decisions, and how your approach compares to others, which may include management, or a CEO.
- Personality Assessment NEO – Leadership approach, teamwork approach, how you cope with change, flexibility, interpersonal skills……..
- Executive Functioning – day to day functioning, wellbeing, memory, attention and concentration
- 360 Feedback – how you and your work proficiency, is perceived by others (co-workers or management)
Testing indicates how you compare to others, and what changes may need to occur
Possible test considerations if you suspect a Learning Disorder or disability may consist of the following…….
- WAIS V – cognitive ability including language, visual problem solving, memory, and processing speed (how fast you can work on routine information.
- Memory Testing – visual memory and auditory memory to indicate how much information can be recalled, used to problem solve, and retain
- Learning disorder assessment – indicates traits associated with learning disorders
- Academics – to assess reading, reading comprehension, spelling, writing and math and how this may impact on administrative tasks
Test administered: NEO Personality Inventory – 3
Age Group: 12 – Adult
Provides information regarding:
Introvert – Anxiety, Angry hostility, depression, self-consciousness, impulsiveness, vulnerability
Extrovert – warmth, gregariousness, assertiveness, activity, excitement-seeking, positive emotions
Openness – fantasy, aesthetics, feelings, actions, ideas, values
Agreeableness – trust, straightforwardness, altruism, compliance, modesty, tender-mindedness
Conscientiousness – competence, order, dutifulness, achievement striving, self-discipline, deliberation
Wellbeing – emotion, coping , anger, impulse control
Social interaction – interests, character
Academic – Style and approach to Learning
Business style – interaction style (leader, competitor, welcoming, unassuming), attitude, preferred working style and work environment (adults only)