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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
999 customer reviews


October 11, 2019 - 9:24am
by Angela Wilbourn
The assessment was on point and now I have something in writing that will help me along my journey to transition into a new position.
October 7, 2019 - 5:49am
by Laurie
I have been struggling with making a career change. Taking the TypeFinder test and reading through the career report was very enlightening; and, I believe, will help point me in the right direction when choosing my next career path. Thank you.
October 7, 2019 - 2:03am
by Kirsten
I was enlightened on my career path
October 5, 2019 - 3:56pm
by Mandy
Actually somewhat accurate, shocking!
October 4, 2019 - 1:56pm
by Cristy Anne
This is very insightful. It brought some things to light, that I was trying my best to avoid. I do feel a bit more prepared to start considering other career options now.
September 30, 2019 - 5:37pm
by Michelle
The full Career Planning report has a great deal of information on possible career paths. Most importantly, it doesn't just tell you what careers may be of interest, it also tells you why they may be compatible.
September 30, 2019 - 4:28pm
by Don Lundgren
I found the report matched my own perception of myself.

I am certainly an Analytical Persuader. But I had trouble tying the text and the diagram together in that section. The four words don't appear appear on the graphic and the letters on the graphic were not the same as the 1st letter of the words. I didn't know which pie slice was Analytical (from the process of elimination it must be H).

I know from taking the MBTI assessment that I am an INTJ and the Clarity scores were pretty much the same. Plus I have been around a long time and I know for sure I am an INTJ.

The Your Values and Motivations was right on. How Others See You was also very accurate. It even coincides with my top two Gallup Strengths. The Your Communication Style section is me, as is Your Personality at Work. All of these made me feel I was reading about ME.

Your Leadership Style and Your Teamwork Style helped me understand why I enjoyed being a CFO more than a CEO.

The Interest scores were much the same as the ones I have received from a Strong Interest Inventory assessment. And the top two are the same - Persuading and Organizing. As an early stage CFO organizing is an obvious interest. What is also required is Persuading (inside and outside the organization).

Difference between my Personality and Interests. I started off my professional life in computer sales and didn't really like it - not hard to explain for an INTJ. As I moved into early stage companies I realized I do like persuading, just not as my primary job. And I like persuading in a broader context then selling a customer a computer.

Overall I found the report very accurate and very helpful


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