Thriving at work and having good interactions with colleagues starts with a clear understanding of one’s goals, character and behavior. The following links provide tools to help discovering oneself.
DISC Assessment: A self-assessment that measures observable behavior. This is a helpful tool for expanding self-awareness and appreciating and capitalizing on differences within a team.
360 Degree Feedback Assessment: Collect feedback from people you interact with to provide a detailed report.
Individual Development Plan (IDP): A program to identify your professional goals, determine what experiences, skills and behaviors are necessary to achieve those goals, and then create a plan of action to achieve your goals.
Myers-Briggs test: An introspective self-report questionnaire that identifies differing psychological preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.