Assessment Tools for Employees – Bilingual and Some Only in English
Personal & leadership development
Self-motivated people are those who take the initiative in their lives and on the job.
They proactively look for ways to enhance and improve their situation; these are the men and women who grow.
Those who are not self-motivated “wait to take orders”; they react to situations without insight and often stay in the same position throughout their life.
The following are some assessment tools to help participants to learn about themselves to further develop as individuals, humans and leaders and to prepare them for the next level in their life.
The objective of these assessment tools is to have a better understanding of our own strengths and “weaknesses” or areas where we need to work on to grow.
We need to learn where we are to establish plans of action to develop our full potential and to prepare ourselves to better fulfil our own personal needs and also the company’s needs.
GET ACCESS TO THESE ASSESSMENTS TOOLS
How Is Your Attitude – Bilingual
Skills Of An Effective Supervisor – Bilingual
Becoming Indispensable – Bilingual
What Kind of Communicator Are You? – English
Personal Mindset Analysis – English
How Good Are Your Leadership Skills – English
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HOW IS YOUR ATTITUDE – ASSESSMENT TOOL
It is your attitude, not your aptitude that determines your altitude.
Most of the time people are fired because of their attitude and not their lack of aptitude
EFFECTIVE SUPERVISOR – ASSESSMENT TOOL
Effective Supervisors achieve goals by gaining the collaboration of their team, all the time.
Always in a productive way, whether they are present or not.
WHAT KIND OF COMMUNICATOR ARE YOU?
Reveal your communication style and get your own personalized report in just three minute
Download your full personalized report to analyze how you did!
PERSONAL MINDSET ASSESSMENT
Our success in life, work, and leadership is founded in our mindsets
Do you have mindsets necessary for high-level success?