If you're struggling to land a job, earn that raise, or get that promotion, you might need to reassess yourself. If you're unclear on your strengths, weaknesses, wants, and needs, it's going to be very hard to achieve your goals.
Understanding your value is critical - whether you're looking for a job, changing a career, or climbing the ladder. In order to sell your potential and value to employers, you need to know what it is that makes you valuable. And then, you need to clearly articulate that to employers. If you can't do that, you're not going to be able to market yourself effectively.
Whether you're a recent grad, a mid-career changer, or a seasoned worker, it's important to know exactly what you bring to the table. Employers need to clearly understand your value in order to invest in you as an employee. Similarly, they want to know you'll be a good fit within their company culture so you can perform your best. But what do you need to know in order to convey your value and fit clearly?
The Professional Strengths Assessment (PSA) is a critical tool for all professionals looking to advance their careers and increase their satisfaction at work. This assessment, which was designed by long-time career expert J.T. O'Donnell, will help you pinpoint your professional strengths, weaknesses, wants, and needs.
By taking this assessment, you'll learn your:
Core Values: Understanding your Core Values will allow you to find companies and people that share similar beliefs as you. This is an important part of finding meaningful opportunities that relate to your beliefs.
Definition of Career Success: In order to succeed, you have to have a clear understanding of what success looks like to YOU. Otherwise, you'll spend your life chasing something you really don't want.
Interaction Style: Knowing your Interaction Style will help you communicate more effectively with others so you can get things done more efficiently. Not only that, but it's important to understand how your Interaction Style can be MISINTERPRETED by others.
Learning Preferences: In order to grow, you must learn constantly. Understanding how you learn is a integral piece of being successful. Ignoring your learning style will stunt your career growth and leave you feeling ignorant, stressed, and stuck.
Work Style: Everyone works differently. In order to work together effectively, you need to understand your own Work Style and how it works with others.
Unique Gift: We all have strengths. However, if you don't know what your strengths are, you can't articulate them to employers (and, believe us, they want to know where you excel)
Isn't it about time you understood who you are, what you want, and where you excel? Take this assessment. It will allow you to take those first steps to a more satisfying career (and life!).
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