Self-Discovery and Assessment

Taking an inventory of who God has created us to be is a helpful part of any transition. The following assessments can be helpful in this process, especially with the help of a qualified professional to debrief the results.


TriMetrix® DNA (includes DISC/Behaviors)

These reports consist of three sciences: behaviors, driving forces and competencies. Provided by TTI, the TriMetrix┬« DNA assessment examines the behaviors individuals bring to a job (how), the driving forces that drive them (why), and the ability to demonstrate the competencies required by the job (what). 


The Enneagram of Personality Types is a modern synthesis of a number of ancient wisdom traditions. From one point of view, the Enneagram can be seen as a set of nine distinct personality types, with each number on the Enneagram denoting one type. It is common to find a little of yourself in all nine of the types, although one of them should stand out as being closest to yourself. This is your basic personality type. (from The Enneagram Institute)



The Self-Directed Search (SDS) will identify areas of primary interest, satisfaction and motivation in the work place setting. The SDS reflects what a person " likes to do." The Revised NEO Personality  Inventory  (NEO PI-R;) is an instrument that measures the five major domains of normal personality traits. The NEO PI-R reflects what a person is " like when they do it." A written summary report includes both the Vocational and the Personality measures.

Stress Quotient

Workplace stress can have a profound effect on an individual's productivity and engagement in their work as well as their ability to truly rest. This assessment measures stress and its impact.