The assessment looks at 9 Personal Skills Competency and/or Focus Areas, including:
1: Action Orientation
One’s willingness or the likelihood of taking practical action to deal with a problem or situation.
2: Belief in Self
The view that one has meaningful value, current potential, or future potential.
The ability or desire that makes one strive harder, foster self-development, or enhance personal/professional growth.
4: Decision Making
The ability to make necessary or independent choices by identifying a decision, gathering information, and assessing alternative resolutions.
5: Difficult Situations
The ability to or way in which one deals with a difficult or challenging situation or person.
6: Goal Orientation
The extent to which one thinks about what goals, actions, or conditions are meaningful for them.
One’s subjective evaluation of their own worth including beliefs about oneself and one’s emotional states.
8: Social Expression
The ability to openly express one’s personality, thoughts, feelings, opinions, or ideas.
9: Social Interaction
The degree and process by which we act and react toward (or exchange information with) those around us.