Various Self-Assessments for Personal and Professional Development

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    Various Self-Assessments for Personal and Professional Development

    Various On-Line Self-Assessments

    Selecting
    from Among Publicly Available Assessments

    We have these:

    Asserting
    Yourself
    Comprehension
    Concentration

    Critical Thinking
    Decision-Making
    Style
    Forgiveness
    Getting
    Interviewed
    Gratitude
    What Kind of Leader Are You?
    Learning
    Style
    Memory
    Mindfulness
    Mindset
    Motivation
    Personality (DISC)
    Personality
    (MBTI)
    Project
    Mgmnt Skills
    Reading Level
    Risk Taking Style
    Self-Awareness
    Strategic
    Thinking Skills
    Stress
    Level
    Thinking Style
    Time
    Management
    Vocabulary
    Work-Life
    Balance
    Writing Skills

    Additional Assessments

    What is Your Risk-Taking Style?
    Organizational
    Toxicity Test

    Identify
    Your Strengths and Weaknesses

    Blake and Mouton Management Grid – Self-Assessment
    Skeptic’s
    Dictionary: enneagram

    Keirsey Temperament
    and Character Website

    HumanMetrics
    – Internet online human relationships tests, personality tests

    Extroverts
    are obnoxious and arrogant – Introverts are snobby and aloof

    IQ
    Tests. Test your intelligence with these I.Q. Tests , Links online.
    See if your brain measures up.

    What Makes a Great Pre-Employment Assessment?

    Also consider
    Basic
    Requirements of Learners in Training and Development

    Changing
    Your Behavior
    Evaluations (Many
    Kinds)
    Goals
    – Setting Personal Goals
    Learning
    Style Inventory

    Personal
    Productivity

    Personal Wellness

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