A SOAR Profile Assessment is not a quiz. It’s not a test. There are no right or wrong answers – only an assessment of fundamental behavioral patterns to help you understand what motivates you, how you communicate, your social and work preferences, as well as certain aspects of your behavior that need to be “kept in check.” This understanding can truly change your life. We have seen it happen over and over again.
There are many reasons to complete the SOAR Profile Assessment besides just curiosity and self-awareness. The information contained in our 12-page report can help couples, employers, life coaches, career counselors, sales professionals, and even trial lawyers. Understanding how people process information, what their basic needs are can help just about anyone. We’ve had universities teach all of the professors how to identify students SOAR profile; we’ve had successful sales teams learn how to identify their own sales style and how to adapt it to their clients’ SOAR profile; we’ve had restaurant managers developing their own leadership skills learn how to deal with different employees’ personality styles. The applications and reasons for completing your SOAR Profile Assessment are endless. However, SOAR is neither a psychological evaluation test nor a mental health assessment.
More specifically, there are two parts to the SOAR Profile Assessment: