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Personal assessments equip us to know and grow our best selves.
Here are 4 tools to check out.

ARSENAL

The ARSENAL™ Assessment is a tool to help one manage stress and develop stress resilience. It identifies seven best practices to build a Stress Resilient System™: Awareness, Rest, Support, Exercise, Nutrition, Attitude, and Learning. The ARSENAL Individual Assessment is a self-scoring questionnaire which measures both one’s overall level of stress and how well one is currently doing in each of the seven areas.

Coming soon:  Complete the ARSENAL questionnaire at my secure online assessment page. Schedule a coaching conversation to receive feedback and create a plan for building stress resilience into your daily life.

 

MBTI®

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) is the world’s most widely used tool for understanding normal, healthy personality differences. It explains basic patterns in how people prefer to take in information, make decisions and orient one’s life. Understanding one’s own preferences is affirming and provides insight for personal growth. Appreciating and respecting the different preferences of others leads to improved communication and the ability to understand and reduce conflict.

Coming soon:  Complete the MBTI questionnaire at my secure online assessment page and receive a confidential written report along with interpretation in one-to-one virtual meetings.

 

TKI

The Thomas-Kilmann Conflict Mode Instrument (TKI)  describes 5 ways in which a person may respond in a conflict situation, i.e., a situation in which the concerns of 2 people appear to be incompatible. The 5 conflict-handling modes are: Competing, Collaborating, Compromising, Avoiding, and Accommodating. The self-report assessment identifies one’s preferred mode(s). The follow-up interpretation serves to increase one’s knowledge and confidence with all 5 modes so that one may respond appropriately and effectively to conflict in a variety of situations.

Coming soon: Complete the TKI questionnaire at my secure online assessment page and receive your TKI profile and interpretation in a one-to-one virtual meeting.

 

EQ-i 2.0

Emotional Intelligence (also known as emotional quotient or EQ) refers to a person’s ability to perceive and direct their emotions in positive ways that contribute to personal well-being and benefit interpersonal relationships. The EQ-i 2.0™ is a self-report inventory that measures emotionally and socially intelligent behaviour.

Coming soon: Complete the EQ-i 2.0 at my secure online assessment page. Receive your printed profile and individual feedback in a virtual meeting. Begin to increase your emotional intelligence in an area of your choosing.