Discovering Potential

Discovering Potential

Making a decision about your future or your career isn’t the easiest thing to do. Young people are presented with more options for study and career development than ever before, all of which are underpinned by a seriously competitive jobs market across pretty much all sectors. With so much to consider, it can sometimes be a challenge for millennial workers to work creatively to targets and proactively engage with the workplace.
 The Insights Young Adult Profile has been developed with young people in mind. This easily accessible assessment tool is ideal for those from 15 and looks at the following:

  • How you prefer to approach solving problems and completing tasks
  • How often you prefer to engage with people and what you expect to gain from these interactions
  • Your underlying drive and energy and the way you manage your own emotions

We work with young people to give them a level self-knowledge that will enable them to make more informed choices about their learning paths, training and career.

To learn more about how this programme can help with your development, get in touch using the details on the Contact Us page.

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