Top Birkman Reports

As part of your coaching program, you receive a package of top Birkman reports selected from a pool of 40+ reports to provide solutions to your specific needs.

Once you develop a good understanding of your Birkman results during your consultation session, you can maintain the learning and growth benefits by regularly reading these reports and applying personalized, actionable insights to your work and personal life.

The ultimate goal of using Birkman is creating knowledge, actions and solutions.

This is the core Birkman report that combines occupational and behavioral data in one comprehensive report. It delivers insights on:

– Occupational motivators
– Usual (productive) behavior, Needs (social expectations) and Stress (unproductive) behavior
– Visualization of your behavior profile on The Birkman Map, enabling immediate selfawareness in the context of the behavior spectrum
– Career matches from your profile to the largest professional database O*NET, the nation’s primary source of occupational information

This is one of the most comprehensive career tools currently available on the market. It uses statistical data to deliver insights on:

– Specific jobs you look most and least similar to within 18 major job families
– Hyperlinked job titles to explore salary, demand, education and skills associated with roles
– Activities that energize and fuel your passion for work
– Expectation and preferences you have for the people you work with and the environment you work in
– Personalized interview guide

This is a set of topic driven reports that deliver result-oriented, actionable feedback on many different topics, including:

– Motivating your best performance
– Your possible challenges
– Effective job search strategies
– How you approach job interviews
– How you influence others
– Managing conflict
– Your leadership style
– Managing your time
– Relational Disrupters

This report offers detailed information to complement your consultation session and make your assessment data more actionable for continued learning and growth. It describes your specific tendencies relative to:

– Communicating with others
– Relating to people socially
– Response to policies, procedures and externally imposed change
– Making decisions
– Creating your ideal environment
– Work-life balance
– Potential issues
– Areas to explore

This report specifically targets better self-management and offers information to help you manage your own individual Needs (as described by the Birkman behavioral Components) and to more easily avoid areas of potential Stress. It addresses three areas where stress can easily occur:

– Interpersonal relationships
– Schedules and details
– Decision making

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