It’s Great To Work On YOU-Four Free Assessments Here

 In Books and Resources, Career Change, Career Coaching Testimonials, Confidence, Leadership, Stress

It’s such a great time of year to focus on what is important and what we want to improve (or think about differently) going forward. Anyone who knows me knows that I love assessments. Today’s coaching minute features four of the assessments I have created for my clients. Each one works on a different aspect including the topics of your work style preferences, how ready you are for a career change, how you manage your time and how you score on the motherhood-guilt scale. Flag this email so you can do all four of them at some point.

See below for a description of each and the link to take the assessment. Each assessment is complete with automatic results sent to your in-box and advice on how to improve on that topic area.

P.S. If you love a particular assessment—go back to that page link and share it on social media.


Understanding your approach to tasks and projects can help make you more efficient, effective and, ultimately, more successful. – This assessment takes less than 5 minutes to complete! Take the Assessment

Though the prospect of a new start is refreshing don’t forget the fundamentals of having an eye-catching and current resume, writing a great cover letter, brushing up on your interview skills, and most of all presenting yourself as the complete package!
Before you take that leap, take this quick quiz to make sure you are completely prepared. Take the Assessment

Most professionals report feeling overwhelmed, stressed-out by competing priorities, and—at least occasionally—frazzled and unclear about the best direction to take on a project. Professional burnout is at an all-time high, causing people to feel exhausted, cynical, and ineffective both at home and work. But there is hope. If you are ready—take a deep breath and focus on you, your brain, and your Time IQ. Take the Assessment

Guilt is the go-to emotion for most moms. Moms feel guilty at work when they are away from their children. They feel guilty when they are away from work, spending time with their kids.They feel guilty for not earning enough or earning more than someone else, for working too much, for not working enough… You get the idea. Guilt, Guilt, Guilt! Take this 55-minuteQuiz and Take the Off-Ramp to End Your Guilt Trip. Take the Assessment

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