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Finding the Dream:

  • Can you tell your dream in less than five words?
  • Do you see your dream in everything that you do?
  • Is it driving your career mission?

Starting the Journey:

  • What do you know about the world around you?
  • What does it have to offer?
  • What does it need?
  • How do you let the world know who you are and what is youhave to offer?
  • What is your purpose?

Establishing the Legacy:

  • At the end of your work life, what will you say about your journey?
  • Was it worth the trip?
  • What difference have you made to the world around you?
  • Was it fun?


Here’s How It’s Structured:

Part I

The Highlands Ability Battery
(4.5 hours of test administration and two hours of feedback with a written report)

Part I is an objective profile of what you do naturally and well. It assesses an individual’s innate abilities not influenced by environment, learned skills, or personality. This assessment battery uses work samples as an objective, direct behavioral measure. Self report and experience are not part of this segment. This serves as a basic, fundamental base of knowledge before making any career decisions.

Part II

Comprehensive Personal Assessment And Strategic Planning Seminar.
(10+ hours)

Part II develops an objective, subjective and experiential informative profile of the individual to enable the client to map a career direction and action plan. It’s a person al process to help the individual gain an enhanced awareness of his or her abilities, skills, interests, values, family influence, personality, a personal vision of himself/herself, personal experience, and the needs of the market place to map out a career strategy.

Decision-making and time management skills are developed. A “Reality Check” system is taught to assure individuals that their career plan is realistic.

In addition, networking skills, resume writing, and interviewing skills are taught through participation in an experiential model. During Part II the individual will learn the process of developing a career strategy, how to confirm that the plan is appropriate for him/her, and practice skills for implementing the plan.

Part III

Support and Follow-up - (2 hours)

After Part I and II, a follow-up session is conducted two to three months later to support the client as he/she focuses on implementing the career plan.

Part I may be taken exclusively. However Part I is a prerequisite for Part II and Part III.

Part II and Part III are in different formats.

Adolescents: for High School Students
Adults: for College Students, Young Adults, Mid-life Adults and Retirees.

Because life is a journey with many decisions to be made along the way, a client may also choose to return for additional consultation sessions to discuss career options and opportunities as they occur. For example, a student may want to further discuss his/her choice of a college major, a new graduate may want consultation regarding job choices, or a mid-career client may want discuss the next career move or the next move within a corporation.