The Harrison Assessment Reports
Traits & Definitions
This report lists your preferences and tendencies. It highlights the factors that give you most satisfaction and factors that give you least satisfaction. Your traits are listed in order of your preference divided into sections to enable you to focus on where you can leverage your strengths.
This report is also used when forming a benchmark for talent assessment and recruitment.
Your Greatest Strengths
The Harrison Career Navigator system has a unique way of identifying your special strengths. It measures 175 traits and identifies your highest priorities and values - where you invest yourself and what you love doing. When you are able to use these key strengths, your career is more fulfilling and successful. Effort you spend on further building your strengths is likely to help your career as much as focusing on your weaknesses. Strengths relate to enjoyable patterns of thought and behaviours that can be productively applied. When these are refined with practice and combined with skills and knowledge that you acquire, this gives you a powerful means of moving your career forward.