You Were Born to Love Some Careers and Not Others

Elevations uses temperament theory as it’s foundation, the same four temperaments discovered by Hippocrates in 400 BC. Scientists have found that temperament is genetically predetermined and is linked to brain chemistry. So, when you thoughtfully complete Elevations, you will receive a detailed profile that will be your road map for long term career satisfaction and success based on your neurological make up.

This up-to-date, interactive platform was developed by a Nationally Certified Career Counselor who feels you should be in control of your future. Elevations is the only assessment that includes work-related values, strength-based personality descriptions, cutting edge careers, web site references and the range of skills classifications employers are yearning for.

How long does it take?

The foundation of the Elevations assessment (values clarification, skills analysis, and an extensive interest inventory) can be completed in about 15 minutes. You can re-visit and update your Elevations assessment for one year.

Once you understand your natural talents and career options, you can dive into your online Research and Action Planning Guide (it’s included no extra charge!). We don’t just give you’re a list of careers; we guide you all the way. Review labor market data, prioritize your options, learn how to conduct informational interviews, consider any obstacles you may face and make an action plan.

What are the Four Temperaments?

At the core of the Elevations assessment are four personality types: Organizers, Liberators, Innovators and Facilitators.

Organizers strongly believe in the value of being responsible. They contribute to relationships by offering clear, practical suggestions to get things accomplished. They offer excellent organizational skills, often enjoy solving immediate problems and see bottom-line results.

Liberators enjoy a fast-paced, dynamic work environment. They use keen observational skills and quick reactions to provide practical solutions to problems. They thrive on fun, intensity and excitement.

For an Innovator, the front end of the project is always the best part. Innovators enjoy developing new ideas, mastering concepts, and challenging accepted ways of thinking. Innovators are independent and curious. They enjoy working with individuals who are intellectually stimulating and high achieving.

Facilitators value a cooperative, democratic, team-oriented approach. They have excellent communication skills, and are good at getting input from those with whom they have a relationship. Facilitators are concerned with the feelings of others.