What Type of Work Were You Designed For?
Before you begin seeking a better job or self-employment, you need to be sure you are pursuing opportunities that match your personality style and will fulfill and reward you for a lifetime!
Good reports (not the little 10 word freebies) provide incredibly intuitive baselines for understanding yourself and leveraging your natural tendencies.
“This computerized profile will reveal your God-given personality strengths in the work place and enable you to utilize that information in your job search, or as you seek out business opportunities and self-employment ideas. It’s like a foundational road map that you can use as a filter for truly finding the Work You Love.”
– Dan Miller, author
“48 Days to the Work You Love”
This report is a 20-minute, scientific series of questions and answers that quantifies your natural tendencies and lays them out in a report that provides an impacting view of “who you are” in a work or home environment.
Matt uses this report with each of his coaching clients!
There are many personality reports available, but this specific report is the best of its kind that Matt has found, for these reasons:
Automated, online availability and the results provided immediately for you to download and save.
And more importantly, the complete Career Report includes the supporting assets below to create one of the most impacting career-tools for finding the work you love:
What are the benefits of a DISC Personality Profile?
In any job interview, it’s important to know who you are and how you are wired – what are your strengths, weaknesses, skills and abilities?
In your current job, it’s important to know what you bring to the table, and more importantly, what you don’t or can’t bring to the table. You need to understand how to capitalize on your strengths and weaknesses to add value to the organization and increase your employer’s bottom line.
In any relationship, it’s important to understand how you interact with other personality styles and how to effectively communicate with your spouse.
In any company, it’s important to understand what makes your team members click and how to motivate them. It’s also important to build a team of people whose skills complement each other and add value to the team as a whole.
We offer the DISC Personality Profile with to options sets: