For clients who are still in high school or college, the SchoolPlace Big Five offers insights into traits and behavior patterns that can affect success in a school setting. This assessment is based upon the same five supertraits that are listed for the WorkPlace Big Five and it assesses very similar subtraits. The SchoolPlace Big Five supertraits:
- Explain how young people respond to and handle stressful situations.
- Explain the degree to which one enjoys being in the thick of the action.
- Explain the degree to which one is open to new things.
- Explain the degree to which someone accommodates others.
- Explain the degree to which one pushes toward goals.
College coaching student clients who complete the SchoolPlace Big Five have used the results to target traits that appear to be holding them back. For example, one college coaching client with AD/HD tended to worry and get upset about poor results in school. His “coping level” (the amount of time it takes to rebound from stress), as measured by the SchoolPlace Big Five, was not favorable. He also had low SchoolPlace scores on planning and organization. Together, these traits tended to create a negative self-fulfilling prophesy. This assessment helped him become more aware of these traits. As a result, he modified his goals, monitored and measured behavior changes, and turned around self-defeating patterns.
This online personality assessment produces two reports:
- To view selections from the SchoolPlace Big Five Report Trait Report, click here.
- To view selections from the SchoolPlace Big Five Report Learner Report, click here.
Interested in the SchoolPlace Big Five?
Both Dennis and Camille are certified SchoolPlace Big Five consultants. Contact us for an assessment and interpretation session.