The Axiometrics™ reports provided through Catapult Solutions (www.catapult-solutions.co.uk) tell you how and where you are able to demonstrate what employers are looking for. Unlike other reports of this kind, Axiometrics™ shows an individual’s ability to perform based on how they prioritise information (thinking patterns) and then act. The Axiometrics™ profile is based on Nobel-Prize-nominated research, which enables us to identify the ‘thinking patterns” that influence our perceptions (attitudes), decisions and actions, basically “Why” we do what we do.
Unlike typical profiling tools, the Axiometrics™ profile consistently measures and predicts mathematically what influences all of our behaviours. Axiological knowledge is therefore objective, independent from any observer and empirical.
So what are your Employability Strengths and Development Areas?
General Employability Guide
Do you know your job related strengths and development areas? The GEG identifies your Attitudes, Problem Solving, Self Image and Motivators.
Prepare yourself for interviews and work by identifying your thinking talent and how it will benefit an employer and what may trip you up, so you can work to improve it.
Manager’s Employability Guide
Are you looking for a trainee management role? How can you demonstrate that you have the right talent for management with little or no experience?
The EMEG will identify how your thinking talent translates across 35 industry competencies for good management, from people to activities, problem solving and planning. This will show that, provided with a training opportunity, you will make a great manager.
Sales Employability Guide
A career in sales is often overlooked and is not for everyone, but if you have the rights talents a career in sales can be financially rewarding and very enjoyable.
Our sales interview guide is used by multinational companies to identify sales talent – identify your sales strengths to see if a sales role is right for you.
Customer Service Employability Guide
With a growing number of customer service roles in the UK economy why not use our customer service interview guide to assess your suitability for dealing with customers.
The ECSEG highlights your thinking talent, strengths and developments against an industry developed standard of 35 service competencies.
Have you heard of a ‘Mid Life Crisis’ ? Don’t wait until your 40’s to find out!
Imagine spending the first 40 years of your life performing for others and living a script when you realise you have not been living your life but one enforced or expected of you. The Pathfinder will help you identify who you are, what you are and what you can be.