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assessments for Greater Self-awareness


If you like concrete or measurable information to better understand how you get motivated, make decisions, lead, deal with conflict, manage stress, or approach change, then one of these assessments in combination with individual or group coaching may be beneficial to you. 


Assessments are another tool for your tool-box of self-knowledge.  As we explore your results together you get to decide how to apply new insights to your life. 


As a trained facilitator for the MBTI, EQ-i 2.0, EQ 360 Feedback, and other assessments I will guide you to understanding and applying the results appropriately for the most benefit in your work place and life. 

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The MBTI Personal Impact Report delivers personalized tips for positive change in 8 areas of life according to your personality type. 


Use this tool as a way to develop your awareness of challenges and strengths in these areas:

  • Work Style

  • Communication Style

  • Team Style

  • Decision-Making Style

  • Leadership Style

  • Conflict Style

  • Reaction to Stress

  • Approach to Change

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The MBTI Stress Management Report details the signs of stress for an individual's type. 


In work or in everyday life, individuals encounter stressors that can either undermine their performance or propel their success, depending on how they react to those stressors. 

  • Explains the circumstances or events that are likely to trigger stress reactions

  • Describes the impact of stress on personality characteristics

  • Provides do’s and don’ts for handling stress and leveraging natural strengths

  • Suggests approaches for tapping others for support

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The MBTI Communication Style Report is a deep dive into type preferences as a framework for understanding an individual's natural communication style and that of others.


  • Understand your communication strengths

  • Recieve practical tips for communicating with others

  • Consider suggestions for next steps of development

“Courage starts with showing up and letting ourselves be seen.”

-Brene Brown

                         Bethesda, MD 20814

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