Strengths and Skills

strengths and skills assessments

It's important to know what you're good at and what you're not...both of which are equally important. If one of your greatest strengths is working with people, you might want to find a major/career that allows you to utilize that strength. Conversely, it would be a good idea to avoid majors/careers that heavily involve things in which you struggle greatly.

Sometimes, your strengths and skills align with your interests. Other times, they don't. Sometimes, through hard work, you can turn a weakness into a strength. Other times, you can't. All in all, it's incredibly important to learn these things about yourself!

Personal Strengths Inventory

What strengths and personal convictions keep you moving forward during hard times? What talents can you tap for more success at work and at home? Based on Martin Seligman's concept of character strengths and virtues, this inventory will help you to understand your unique personal strengths and how your values influence your individual path to happiness.

 

What Does It Measure?

This inventory measures your personal strengths across 24 key areas as outlined by psychologist Martin Seligman.

How Many Questions?

There are 240 questions.

How Long Does It Take?

About 30 minutes.

 

Click here to take the Person Strengths Inventory

Strengths and Weaknesses Aptitude Test

This test is a tool to help you get a better look at who you really are and how much you could grow.

 

What Does It Measure?

This test will identify your top strengths and weaknesses.

How Many Questions?

There are 84 questions.

How Long Does It Take?

About 10 minutes.

 

Click here to take the Strengths and Weaknesses Aptitude Test.

Simple Skills Assessment

This straight-forward tool allows you to identify your top skills and what skills you hope to develop.

 

What Does It Measure?

This test will identify your top skills.

How Many Questions?

There are 64 rating scale questions and 4 follow ups.

How Long Does It Take?

About 10-15 minutes.

 

Click here to view the Simple Skills Assessment