The WVI is a self-administered, self-scored, and self-interpreted measure of six workplace values. It is a career exploration and job selection tool that helps career counselors and human resource professionals.
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The SDS is a self-administered, self-scored and self-interpreted career counselling tool based on Holland’s theory of career development. It is used extensively with individuals and groups to explore career options.
The Australian edition has been updated in 2012 to ensure it is representative of the current working world:
The WSA is a career exploration tool, which assesses personality traits that are related to effective job performance. It is a straightforward and effective tool designed to help counsellors, hiring managers and job applicants understand the strengths and weaknesses that may affect an individual’s compatibility with a job or work environment. The WSA includes a User’s Workbook for the examinee to explore career options and learn about their own working style. The Summary Score Sheet provides professionals with information about a candidate’s preferred working styles and strengths.
You've Got Personality is an ideal handout for workshops. It has 44 pages packed with information on:
the eight preferences
the eight function-attitudes
stress and the inferior function
Plus two-page descriptions for each type.
The CTI is a self-administered measure of negative career thinking. It may be used for screening and needs assessment as well as a learning resource to help adults, university, and secondary school students. It aims to assist in identifying, challenging, and altering negative career thoughts. The CTI yields a global score and three construct scale scores: decision-making confusion, commitment anxiety, and external conflict.