Understand Self

The first step in developing a successful career is to understand your strengths, weaknesses, value, motivators, preferences, and aspirations.  Below are some useful assessment tools to help you understand yourself.

Personal Style Inventory (R. Craig Hogan and David W. Champagne)
Personal Style Inventory (R. Craig Hogan and David W. Champagne) [Free!]
This is a simplified MBTI free self-assessment tool.  After completing the 31 questions, the test takers will score themselves based on the scoring sheet and guidelines given.

Meyer Bridge Type Indicator (MBTI) & Career (Test Fee Applies)
Meyer Bridge Type Indicator (MBTI) & Career (Test Fee Applies)

The MBTI indicates your personality preferences.  It provides feedback on work situations with which your personality type might be compatible.

To take the MBTI assessment and to attend the workshops, please visit the Psychological Testing Service in Student Development Centre, CityU


CareerLeader (Test Fee Applies)
CareerLeader (Test Fee Applies)

“Based on over 50 collective years of scientific research and career development experience, CareerLeader has been designed to:

  • Provide expert assessments of one's unique pattern of business-relevant interests, motivators and skills.
  • Match an individual to specific business-related careers when compared to the database of hundreds of thousands of business professionals.
  • Help one understand what organizational cultures will be the best fit for them.”

Source: www.careerleader.com

See a Sample Report

Open registration for taking the CareerLeader assessment will be available twice a year.

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