The Mindful Career holistic career counselling approach is deeply rooted in behavioural profiling strategies via in depth discussion, analysis and state of the art personality assessments (also known as psychometrics). Our unique methodology allows our Mindful Career coaches to uncover your principal strengths, interests, ideal work environment, specific development needs and finally your ideal career!
Our unique, state of the art counselling approach was created using corporate talent management & recruitment strategies from top ranking Fortune 500 companies and was then expertly reverse engineered to suite the needs of individuals in need of career guidance. While our method is expertly crafted, it sits on a foundation of holism and mindfulness. Meaning that we are flexible, creative and see our clients as whole beings in order to address their specific needs and goals. We also ensure to guide our clients into a state of mindfulness allowing them to be more attune to themselves and experience their job as a fulfilling and purposeful endeavour.
Our process begins with a session of behavioural analysis and profiling of your career history, roadblocks and aspirations. The following three to four sessions involves conducting and analyzing specifically curated psychometric personality assessment(s) that fits your needs. The assessment results, discussion take-aways and analysis combined allows our counsellors to uncover your ideal job type, your personal work style, work environment & finally your ideal career! The final sessions allow us to help you put this new path into action, whether that involves re-marketing your CV and online linked-in profile, comprehensive job search training, skills development and/or interview coaching.
All of our Mindful Career Counsellors have extensive professional experience with these strategies, which encompass complex career management cases for top corporations involving extensive behavioural profiling, analysis, psychoanalysis and psychometrics. They also couple this experience with their passion and grounding in mindfulness techniques. This allows us to offer the best in class holistic career guidance to our clients - whether that be with your career change, job search or professional development.
In order to get started, book a session with a Mindful Career coach and begin your transformation today towards the path you are meant to be on.
People need individualized guidance to help identify careers that suit their strengths, preferences and abilities. The Strong Interest Inventory assessment is one of the world’s most respected and widely used career planning tools, providing robust insights into a person’s career interests. Using the Strong, you will discover potential careers that you may not have considered and a wealth of information about how you approach the world of work.
Identify your best career choices. Anyone looking for career direction will find this tool useful. The Career Interests Inventory measures six distinct traits and suggests the 20 to 40 best careers that match the interests of the person taking the test. The report includes job descriptions, links to O * Net and the National Occupational Classification (NOC) databases, as well as information and exercises useful for further exploring a career choice.
The Career Values Scale is an up-to-date formula for assessing principles, preferences and needs in the workplace. These principles are part of an individual's core beliefs and give meaning to their career and life. They are useful indices for job satisfaction and the achievement of personal goals.
Our MAPP test is perfect if you’re feeling burned out or are unsatisfied in your current job. The career test will give you an overall idea of where your true career motivations lie along with your top ten vocational areas. Then, if you’re like most people, you’ll want to get some new career ideas. That’s what’s unique about the MAPP test. After you take the test, you are matched against over 1000 possible careers in their career database.
The MBTI Step I and II personality assessment is a psychological profiling assessment that identifies an individual’s type (made up of four basic preferences), and provides a common language around how people interact with others and the world around them. This information helps people improve both their working and personal relationships in a productive and constructive way.
16personalities' assessment starts with Myers-Briggs dichotomies (see below) and adds archetypes from Jungian theory as well as some from the Big Five, which is a fancy way of saying you'll learn whether you're an introvert or extrovert if you take this test—and at the end, you'll be labeled with one of 16 personality types with cool names like "Mediator," "Commander," and "Defender." Bonus: the test promises to take less than 12 minutes.
StrengthsFinder test identifies individuals' personal strengths. It is based on the notion that every person has certain strengths, StrengthsFinder has broken these strengths into 34 categories, or themes. Each of the 34 strengths falls into one of four domains (areas): Executing, Influencing, Relationship Building, and Strategic Thinking. The StrengthsFinder test identifies a person’s top 5 strengths, and is based on “positive psychology,” or what is “right” about people, not “wrong” with them.
Big Five personality assessments divide people into five personality traits: openness, conscientiousness, extraversion, agreeableness, and neuroticism. The assessment identifies a preference out of the five and can help you identify learning styles as well as work preferences.
The Predictive Index predicts primary personality characteristics that describe, explain, and predict day-to-day workplace behaviours. This rigorously tested study looks at your strongest workplace behaviours and determines your management and influence styles.
You communicate with others every day. You may not always take the time, though, to think about how your natural communication style affects others. Your Communication Style Report is designed to help you become aware of some important differences in communication styles.
This report describes how you are likely to approach and deal with conflict situations. Most people think of conflict as a type of interaction with a negative emotional charge. Although it may appear to be triggered by a simple, straightforward issue, more often than not conflict exists because some core element of trust, beliefs, authority, or passion is being challenged.
This report is an informative guide to help you become aware of the impact of your personality preferences on your decision-making style.
This Report Can Help You discover how your personality preferences influence your decision-making style, learn about and appreciate your natural decision-making style, acquire strategies to make both your individual and group decision making more successful.
This report describes how you are likely to experience and react to stress. It also suggests ways you can manage stress successfully.