Don't just think of your occupation as a job. Explore your core strengths, passions and enjoyment factors to align your career to a real purpose. Do you feel you are fulfilling your potential in your current role? Are you even in the right role for you? We can help you understand where you need to focus your energy and find the organisation and role that will enable you to unleash your potential and find a fulfilling and enjoyable career.
ENJOYMENT PERFORMANCE THEORY
1 ENJOY 2 REPEAT 3 IMPROVE 4 FEEDBACK
Enjoyment and performance are linked because the level of enjoyment that an employee has while performing a particular activity is directly related to the level of their performance relative to that activity. When people enjoy a task, they tend to enjoy it more, and get better at it. This creates more opportunity for positive feedback and recognition which in turns will make the job even more enjoyable and so on. However, of course the opposite is also true for those who do not enjoy the main elements of their job as they will tend to procrastinate and avoid the things they do not enjoy and so do not improve and attract negative feedback.
Harrison Assessments provides us with the tools to predict performance, work satisfaction, engagement and retention by identifying the career where you can maximise your strengths, performance and fulfil your potential.
CAREER NAVIGATION REPORTS
There are a number of objective assessment reports which can help you identify your potential career pathway for both fulfilment and performance aligned to your strengths, personality and enjoyment factors.
Download examples of some of the career analytics reports that we use or click on the link below for more information.
Career Options Analysis
Explore potential careers's that may fit with your strengths, preferences and enjoyment factors. Over 6,000 job types in our assessment library to measure you against.
Your Greatest Strengths Report
Understand your greatest strengths and how you can align these to the next stage of your career. This report can be a great asset to support the narrative for your CV.