Golden Career Strategies is proud to offer many valuable assessments. In addition to custom designing assessment options for clients, we collaborate with an array of assessment partners to enhance the results of individuals, teams, and organizational projects to ensure the best solution for you or your organization. Our coaches and consultants are highly trained and credentialed to enable our clients to make the most of each assessment.
Partial list of assessments offered: Harrison Assessment® | Focus Energy Balance Indicator (FEBI®) | Leadership Challenge LPI LPI-360® | Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® (MBTI) | Heartmath Stress and Well-Being Assessment® | PPS Interaction Styles® | Enneagram® | Strong Interest Inventory | DISC®
For questions or to learn about other assessments not listed here (including HBDI®, Hogan®, Enneagram®, and others) – please contact us.
Harrison Assessments measure 175 traits of human behavior. Using “smart questionnaire technology”, HA measures the equivalent of a full day of testing and is validated for selection of new employees (at all levels) and both the individual and the team development of your current workforce.
Harrison Assessments include Enjoyment Performance Theory: enjoyment of a task or activity leads you to repeat the behavior. Repetition leads to improvement which leads to positive feedback from self and others which leads to increased enjoyment, which ‘results in greater competence and success.
We work with companies to deploy this assessment to support coaching and team development initiatives. We assist companies interested in using the Harrison for job selection by providing expert feedback on assessment results and training for your personnel so that you can administer the Harrison Assessment internally if you prefer.
We also work with individuals in career transition to identify positions they are best suited to pursue. Please contact us for more information or use this link for additional Harrison Assessment resources.
The Focus Energy Balance Indicator (FEBI) assessment is a validated psychometric instrument that measures four energy patterns in the nervous system that map to four personality factors, four ways of moving, and four essential modes of leadership. These four energy patterns are Driver, Organizer, Collaborator and Visionary. As a FEBI Certified Coach, Bevill works with leaders and teams to shift from unproductive coping habits and behaviors to sustainable improvements. A simple online assessment followed by coaching enables leaders to understand the patterns they typically use, how to access each of the four leadership patterns at any moment, and target its use at the right time. Rather than merely identifying habitual behaviors, the coaching and workshops introduce simple and sustainable practices that enable participants to access all four patterns. FEBI training is a powerful tool for meeting goals, effective communication, mutual respect and understanding, motivation, and engagement.
“What I love about FEBI is that there is no labeling,” said Bevill. “Unlike many assessments that confine by defining a personality or behavior type, FEBI includes learning simple, sustainable ways to develop each of the four leadership patterns so you can access your strengths and use the best pattern in any situation. I am passionate about offering sustainable solutions.”
Each assessment includes a password protected resource page to help you activate the neural pathway to the energy pattern (Driver, Organizer, Collaborator and Visionary) that will serve you best. Learn more about the resource page here.
In addition to the online assessment and coaching, Golden Career Strategies offers two half-day workshops to enhance the learning experience. The first workshop, Targeting Your Leadership Energy, builds leadership agility and emotional intelligence. This session helps leaders work with their own nervous systems, learning which leadership patterns they favor and how to shift into any pattern that aligns with needed outcomes. Most leaders have heard repeatedly of an area where they could be more effective but find it hard to change. This workshop provides physical ways to expand capability, build empathy, and embody change.
The second workshop, Harnessing Your Team’s Energy, brings teams together to understand how the patterns show up in team members, team dynamics, and the team overall. This session also explores how the patterns connect to the team’s purpose and context, including leveraging and developing the team’s leadership patterns for maximum effectiveness and sustainable results. Printable workshop information.
FEBI Assessment Peer Review
As I reflect on the FEBI and our debrief discussion I am left with the idea of wisdom acceleration. FEBI can guide someone, or a team to reflect on their communication style and what they are ‘saying’ non-verbally. To take the time to self-reflect and to be open to the resulting wisdom often comes with age and experience. The FEBI presents it now, providing a path to desired individual and team results.
Too often leadership teams believe that an underperforming team is due to the team members. I would suggest that leadership and intra-team communication is the underlying cause. The FEBI, when embraced, can build true and lasting ways of communicating that quickly eclipse other forced and artificial methods espoused elsewhere. I’m impressed.
Senior Consultant and Coach
The LPI 360 is used to measure The Five Practices of Exemplary Leadership®, the acclaimed leadership development model created by Jim Kouzes and Barry Posner (authors of The Leadership Challenge). It is an observer-based assessment that enables leaders to assess their leadership competencies and act on their discoveries. This powerful assessment and detailed report helps leaders take the first step toward achieving the extraordinary and reaching their personal leadership best. With over 30 behaviors measured, this rigorous assessment is backed by 35+ years of academic research, making it the gold standard for leadership development and trusted by over five million leaders worldwide. Workshop facilitation is also available. Learn more.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator – This assessment helps support your personal well-being and professional performance goals by providing you with a deeper understanding of what makes you you. With these insights, you can make more informed decisions, better communicate with others, and build stronger relationships, all based on the science of your personality. Learn more about the scientific validity of the MBTI. Please contact us for more information.
Over 70% of other people we interact with have preferences that are different from our own. This assessment can help you better play to your strengths, handle critical professional situations and manage tension in high-pressure interactions. The benefits include insight to preferred Interaction Style and level of Interpersonal Acumen (aka flexibility). It includes specific guidance on recognizing others’ styles and adapting behaviors in order to be more collaborative and influential. Please contact us for more information.
This assessment was developed by the HeartMath Institute to help people more fully understand how specific aspects of stress, well-being, and resilience affect the quality of their life. The assessment takes about 15-20 minutes to complete. Answers to the assessment provide an overview of the level of stress you (or your employees) may be experiencing and a picture of the quality of your well-being and resilience. Learn more.
The Strong Interest Inventory® Assessment helps individuals identify their work personality by exploring their interests in six broad areas: realistic, artistic, investigative, social, enterprising, and conventional (often referred to using the acronym RIASEC). ). It then breaks the RIASEC areas into 30 specific areas of interest that can be directly related to fields of study, careers, and leisure activities. In addition, it describes an individual’s personal style preferences in five areas: work style, learning environment, team orientation, leadership style, and risk-taking. Please contact us for more information.
The Enneagram is a personality typing system that describes nine interconnected personality types, each with its own set of motivations, fears, and desires. The system also illustrates how these types interact with one another and how individuals of each type respond in times of stress and growth.
Benefits of the Enneagram:
- Self-Understanding: It provides deep insights into one’s motivations, strengths, and areas for personal development.
- Improved Relationships: Helps in understanding and empathizing with others, leading to healthier and more harmonious relationships.
- Personal Growth: Identifies patterns of behavior and offers a roadmap for personal development and growth.
- Conflict Resolution: Facilitates effective communication and resolution of conflicts by understanding the perspectives and motivations of others.
- Leadership Development: Assists in identifying leadership styles and areas for leadership growth and effectiveness.
- Emotional Intelligence: Enhances emotional awareness and understanding, leading to better self-regulation and interpersonal relationships.
The DISC assessment is a popular behavioral assessment tool that helps identify behavioral styles, enabling individuals to adapt their communication, build effective teams, and enhance leadership skills.
- Behavioral Styles: The DISC assessment categorizes individuals into four primary behavioral styles: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), Conscientiousness (C).
- Enhanced Communication: Helps individuals adapt their communication to effectively engage with others.
- Team Building: Facilitates the assembly of effective teams and the development of strong leaders.
- Sales and Hiring: Aids in targeting new hires, developing leaders, and enhancing customer service communication.
The DISC assessment is a scientifically validated solution that helps professionals understand behavioral tendencies, improve communication, and achieve success in various personal and professional endeavors.
For questions or to learn about other assessments not listed here (including DiSC, HBDI, Hogan, and others) – please contact us.