Personal Values Assessment
To know your values, you first need to understand what they are.
Values can be simply described as things that are especially important to us. For example: family, health, security, freedom, trust. You can say they are the theme of our lives. They are always present with us, although we do not always have to be aware of them. They led you to where you are today. They shaped you as a human being and determine how you are perceived by others.
Take this test and learn mora about your core values.
Agreeableness is one of the Big Five factors of personality, used by modern psychological researchers to describe and assess how well a person works and interacts with others.
Your level of Agreeableness helps you to assess your ability to work well with others, your levels of optimism, especially with regard to other people, and your tendency to empathize with and respond to the needs of others.
A self-report inventory designed to identify a person's personality type, strengths, and preferences. The questionnaire was developed by Isabel Myers and Katherine Briggs based on their work with Carl Jung's theory of personality types.
Saboteurs are the voices in your head that generate negative emotions in the way you handle life’s everyday challenges. They represent automated patterns in your mind for how to think, feel, and respond. They cause all of your stress, anxiety, self-doubt, frustration, restlessness, and unhappiness. They sabotage your performance, wellbeing, and relationships.
How OPEN are You?
Openness to Experience is one of the Big Five factors of personality, used by modern psychological researchers to describe how apt a person is to engage in abstract thinking.
Openness to Experience describes a cognitive style that distinguishes imaginative, creative people from practical, conventional people.
So how open are you? Take this quiz to measure your level of Openness across six facets: Imagination, Artistic Interests, Emotionality, Adventurousness, Intellect, and Liberalism.
“Research from Harvard Business School demonstrated that EQ counts for twice as much as IQ and Technical Skills in determining who will be successful!”
Education Assessments & Resources
Google Professional Certificate
Google Career Certificates were designed and built by subject-matter experts and senior practitioners at Google from each of the job fields. Every certificate has been created to equip learners with theoretical and practical knowledge and real-life problem-solving skills to be successful in an entry-level job. Expert industry organizations and platforms - like the Project Management Institute for project management, Tableau for data analytics, and Figma for UX design, to name a few - consulted and collaborated on material.
Career Assessments & Resources
DISC for the Workplace
Drive: taking charge and making key decisions
Influence: engaging others to work together
Support: assisting others to achieve group goals
Clarity: working independently to produce correct results
Based on the theories of psychologist William Moulton Marston, the DISC assessment is a simple yet powerful way to unlock your strengths and help your team work better together.
Occupational Outlook Handbook
The Occupational Outlook Handbook is the government's premier source of career guidance featuring hundreds of occupations including nature of work, working conditions, training and education, earnings.
Find a job you'll love by matching your personality and interests to real-world careers. This free 15-minute career test measures key personality factors to show you the exact careers that suit your strengths. Based on the powerful Holland Code and Big Five systems, for accurate results to get you started on the right career path today.
Explore Health Careers
See if a career in health care is right of you and conduct a focus career search.
Rate your levels on 40 key workplace skills, and get a list of careers that match your ratings.