St Cloud, MN Clients Choose New Career or Job Options with Confidence through Myers-Briggs® & Strong® Assessments
In order to move forward into a new career, it is imperative that you have the best possible information so that your decisions are sound. Not only do you need to explore the various career options available to you in the St Cloud, MN and Central Minnesota area; it is also critical that you have insight into your own inner processes so that you may find engaging work which is a productive match for you.
We provide state-of-art assessment tools and consulting services to help you gain insights into matching your unique preferences, strengths, passions, abilities, and skills with prospective career opportunities. Please text or call at 320-223-9481, or email me to ask any questions using Myers-Briggs® for your own personal, work life and career. I am certified as an MBTI® Master Practitioner and really enjoy working with clients with this insightful tool.
The Strong Interest Inventory® is a Researched, Reliable and Validated Assessment to for Insight Into Your Next Career
The Strong Interest Inventory® sorts out preferred categories of work, styles of working and the extent to which your results match others in various occupations. If you are in a couple's relationship, it is most beneficial to meet with you and your life partner to interpret your results, as this will be very insightful for both of you and should be of help for your relationship. For college students, we can meet with one or both of your parents as well. There is no additional fee for meeting with your support people to interpret your results during the career consultation session.
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® Step II Helps You Find Careers that Match Your Psychological Personality Type
- More clearly know and better meet your own needs and preferences as you interact with others.
- Learn more about the innate preferences of the people with whom you interact, both personally and professionally, so you may communicate with greater clarity and reduce misunderstanding.
- Make wiser decisions by including in your decision-making process your psychological preference and those that are opposite of yours.