Well I thought I'd try to open the kimono to see if it helps me...
I've studied Psychometric assessments and some I find useful, some I feel are just a step to the left from astrology charting. Yet might not be harmful for self reflection. I've also found that it takes an expert to explain the tools and reports such that a layperson can understand and make positive use of the assessment and it's report. And while I've been "certified" is some of these tools/technique I do not practice them enough to be competent - and my pitch is akin to a snake-oil salesman.
Here is my DiSC Classic profile:
|DiSC Classic by Wiley|
|Emotional Quotient Wheel|
Here is my Myers Briggs Type Indicator - Level II assessment:
|MBTI Level One|
MBTI Level II reports
Here is my EQ 2.0 - Emotional Intelligence:
|EQ 2.0 by|
Here is my Personalysis assessment:
Here is my Strengths Finder 2.0 by Gallup (Tom Rath) assessment (2012):
Authentic Happiness - resources in Positive Physiology - 20 assessments
British Psychological Society’s Psychological Testing Centre (PTC) provides information and services relating to standards in tests and testing for test takers, test users, test developers and members of the public.
National Cultural Studies - assessments at the meta level - the personality and behaviors of nations.