Earlier today I came across the phrase “Character is what you are when no one is looking.” It reminded me of how we ask people to respond to the Personality Dimensions® assessment: as they are when they are relaxed, maybe sitting at home with a good cup of tea or coffee.
The process of developing, and evolving, an online version of the Personality Dimensions® assessment has been interesting to say the least. I have certainly learned a lot of lessons along the way. I stand in awe of those programmers and visionaries who have made, and continue to make, big strides in this technology.
One of those strides has resulted in a new way for facilitators to make Personality Dimensions® available to their clients. Entitled Self-Registration Link for Clients, facilitators can share their specifically designated links any way they wish – via e-mail, text message, social media groups / events, however they find it easiest – to communicate with their clients. As a facilitator, you have a series of unique URL links that you can share with your clients that allow them to self-register directly to your account. These URLs can be found at the bottom of you Profile screen, which is accessible from the Dashboard Menu.
If you have any questions about using your Self-Registration Links for Clients, most of the answers can be found on page 10 of the user guide, found on your facilitator dashboard. If you are still stumped, you can reach out to our tech support genius at email@example.com.
We would love to hear from you with suggestions about how to make Personality Dimensions® more easily accessible to your clients. Keep in touch – Personality Dimensions® continues to grow – did you see that we passed the million assessments taken mark – because of you!
Onward and upward from the Inquiring Green in the back office!
Denise Hughes is the Director and owner of Career/LifeSkills Resources Inc. and general editor of Personality Dimensions® materials and products. She just noticed the calendar and realized it is just past the 41st anniversary of her introduction to career and type and temperament materials. Those experiences and the expertise she gained through her years with the Guidance Centre, University of Toronto, and now with CLSR, continue to shape the direction that both Career/LifeSkills Resources and Personality Dimensions® take.