This sample report is a condensed version of the full report you would receive
immediately after completing the Career Maze. The actual report is between 10 to 12 pages long.
Your individual pattern of behavior and the qualities you may look for in a job.
The types of jobs that are most compatible with your behavioral pattern.
Your natural pattern of behavior
The way you set and approach your goals.
The way you interact with the world around you.
Your natural pace.
What you look for when you are given responsibility.
1. THE WAY YOU SET AND APPROACH YOUR GOALS
Expanding upon these ideas, and how they relate to each other
You are a competitive
You have a strong need to measure your individual
performance against that of other people doing the same task.
You tend to pursue individual goals rather than team
You strive to be the best, the fastest, or the most
You are willing to put yourself in situations where
other people are putting all their efforts into winning.
This reflects your ambitious nature.
You tend to set and pursue very challenging or demanding goals.
You are willing to accept a high level of risk if
the potential rewards are sufficiently appealing.
You seek to be compensated for your individual efforts.
You are not content to remain stationary in your work life: you have a very strong need to advance or grow.
Because of this, you must display highly proactive behavior.
You can show initiative regardless of the nature of
the situation in which you may find yourself.
You have a strong need to make things happen.
You are more inclined to lead than to follow the
forward-moving activities of other people.
You are inclined to seek out new opportunities and
take charge of situations in order to experience success.
Setting and pursuing your very challenging goals requires confidence. This means:
You are prepared to face a great deal of conflict or
pressure from outside forces, including other people, that makes advancing
or winning very difficult.
You believe that you can prevail when the chance of
success seems low.
You can deal with similarly competitive and highly
You do not instinctively shy away from
Your ability to face confrontation head-on tells us you can be very assertive
You can tell other people what you want or need when
you expect or encounter a great deal of resistance.
You are not likely to simply accept unfavorable
You will clearly make yourself heard when you feel
you have been put in a compromising position.
You will stand your ground in a controversial
It is likely that you are not only capable of accepting some form of risk on the job, but also
that you need to do so in order to stay motivated. Based on your risk-taking
nature, you are likely to seek:
the opportunity to direct other people and control the projects you work on.
demanding challenges that could expose you to pressure and/or conflict.
opportunities to negotiate with similarly assertive people.
a competitive work environment.
specific ways to clearly measure your productivity.
individual recognition, rather than team recognition.
high earning-potential commission-based pay rather than a modest but secure salary.
career advancement, possibly even more than you seek