The Career Advancement Report is designed to give you a detailed overview of of the specific traits and tendencies that make you who you are and provide the guidance that you need to make the most of those traits throughout your career. This guidance may also help you in school and to pass the bar exam.
Your personalized report contains the following sections:
Cognitive Super Power: Your dominant Go-to Behavior is your Superpower, one that is fast, easy to use, and you may not even know that you have it or use it.
Distinctive Qualities: These are your most identifying characteristics, or how you're different from the norm as compared to our database of attorneys.
Visual Type & Go-To Behaviors: This is a visual model of Carl Jung’s Psychological Types showing that each person uses all eight behaviors.
Engagement Styles: Describes how you prefer to interact and engage with others you are working with in order to help you visualize how you can make the biggest and most significant contributions.
Four Styles of Working as a Lawyer: A look at your Thinking, Working, Motivational, and Business Development Styles -- all key things to know as a lawyer.
At Work Guidance: This section gives you tips about how to improve interactions with your colleagues, managers and subordinates at work.
Be sure to also check out your Legal Career Compass report, which will help you discover what practice areas and work settings match your personality and strengths.
Beth understands logic and analyzes or figures out the essential principles. That is what Super Analyzing is all about. Those with this superpower are constantly evaluating, defining, and identifying if something is correct or incorrect based on the sophisticated logical models and complex mental concepts they use.
For Beth it is very frustrating that most other people do not logically analyze or figure out their decisions. She often can't turn off the need to analyze things. Those with Super Analyzing are often dismayed because almost the entire world seems illogical or 'stupid' to them.
Their sophisticated analysis can sometimes result in a fairly biting wit. And when overused this can result in a perfectionist approach and evaluation of both themselves and those around them.
It is also this constant mental sharpening that results in amazing progress on any problem that can be analyzed and solved by principles. Beth often thinks all problems can and should be solved by logic and reasoning.
Beth frequently takes initiative to complete tasks without requiring instruction or supervision from others. Lawyers with strengths in this area will recognize a need, develop a plan for completing a task, and work towards the completion of the task, all on their own. Lawyers with above average levels of this trait also generally possess higher emotional intelligence, as they generally express their thoughts, feelings, and beliefs in a direct, yet constructive way. One caveat, however, is that Beth should remember to check in with managers and team members to be sure that projects are proceeding as expected and that changes to the original plan have not been made in the interim.
Beth frequently sets goals for planning purposes or for measuring personal or organizational success. Her goal setting is a powerful process for thinking about her future, and for turning this vision of the future into reality. Multiple studies have shown that explicit goal-setting has been found to be a shared trait among highly successful people.
Beth finds comfort in predictable, routine patterns. This is a positive characteristic for work areas that are more stable and systematic in nature.
Beth exhibits a commanding presence, a sense of ease, poise, and self-assurance. She can 'turn it on' to command a room or conversation with an attracting energy and attitude. When used purposefully this can be a highly effective tool for professional interactions.
Beth is happy to take on multiple projects at once and is capable of delivering many of them to completion. Beth can also be prone to distraction or procrastination from projects when confronted with difficult obstacles. She will do better with clearly defined, short-term projects, or as part of a team where she has others to assist with the completion of projects. In general, having Beth focus on one task at a time instead of constantly multi-tasking will lead to faster, more thorough project completion.
Beth uses an internal, logic-based decision-making process that focuses on what is correct or incorrect. Beth looks inside before making decisions, using her mind to create order, to organize and categorize information, identify anomalies, deduce probabilities and understand how things work.
Beth uses brainstorming, a verbal questioning to identify patterns that provide insight. If Beth looks to Invent as her go-to behavior for gathering information, she prefers seeking answers through brainstorming, identifying patterns and innovation. Beth looks outside the box for answers, seeking something new.
Now is very adept at identifying details about something that is happening right now and can be acquired through the five senses. People using NOW tend to be very aware and in the moment, seeking tactics that they can implement right now. Now looks to the present and the immediate moment for solutions.Now is about immediately engaging the world around us. We do this by perceiving information through any of our five senses. We might even be using multiple senses simultaneously. Remember we are talking about concrete information; otherwise, it would not be information we perceived through one of the senses.
Stabilize is abot keeping an internal database of details that have been learned in the past. Stabilize compares today's data with past data to make an informed decision. People using Stabilize tend to check their memory, make comparisons to the past, and in general look to the past to verify information.Stabilize is about checking out the present information by comparing it to previous experiences with similar information. We do this by recalling and reliving the past experiences in our lives. These are concrete experiences that include the emotional experiences or reactions we had to the experience being recalled. The recalled experiences are recalled from start to finish and if they are shared everything from start to finish must be shared.
Invent is about brainstorming, a verbal questioning to identify patterns that provide insight. People using Invent tend to prefer seeking answers through brainstorming, identifying patterns and innovation. Invent looks outside the box for answers, seeking something new.Invent is about identifying possibilities and opportunities related to what is happening in the real world. It is generating new ideas based on old ones. It is creating new ideas based on what someone else has shared. It expands one idea into many possibilities without the need for precision or detail.
Connect is about the process of identifying seemingly disconnected patterns to result in instant insight into a problem or situation. When using Connect people tend to visualize their goal or end result, focus on strategy, synthesize data almost unconsciously and predict results with surprising accuracy. Connect looks to and visualizes the future for answers.Connect identifies the opportunity or possibility that is the "best" without really knowing how it was identified. It is like a receiver getting signals from an unknown TRUSTED source. It tends not to focus on intermediate steps instead focusing on the end goal. One might connect with Covey's "Start with the end in mind" as an introverted intuiting approach.
Execute is about plans, organizing, schedules, and measures. Execute structures the decision-making process by directing and interacting with other people. Execute focuses on measurable goals. When using it, people tend to think out loud, notice quickly when something is out of sequence or order, set objectives and criteria for success, and create step-by-step procedures. Execute looks to influence and organize the world, even when not solicited to do so.Execute uses accepted tools and techniques to evaluate the information much like surveying instruments are used to determine a specific location. This process organizes information in an orderly manner so the information can be analyzed objectively or impersonally.
Analzye is about using an internal, logic-based decision-making process that focuses on what is correct or incorrect. When using Analyze people tend to look inside before making decisions, using their mind to create order, to organize and categorize information, identify anomalies, deduce probabilities and understand how things work.Analyze evaluates information based on how consistently and precisely the information fits within established internal systems or frameworks.
Consideration is about giving the other person's personal needs high importance in making a decision. Consideration gives priority to the feelings of others. When using Consideration people then to be friendly and considerate, try to create harmony between other people, act with kindness and will disconnect with people who do not show that they care. Consideration looks to help others grow.Consideration is about tuning in/noticing/reading the mood or the practical needs of others and then addressing or satisfying those needs.
Value is about aligning personal missions with being understanding. Value decides in a way that promotes win-win solutions with the priority on other people's feelings and their own personal ethics and morals. When using Value people tend to make decisions that focus on what is right or wrong according to their own internal values. They then expresses their internal values through external actions.Value evaluates information based on one's unique values. It is easy for one to apply these values to identify what is right, but it is difficult for one to explain to others what one is using to determine what is right.