Identifies strengths students can leverage on teams
We all have unique strengths we use to be successful in the workplace – they’re the superpowers that help us make our best contributions to organizational success.
Birkman identifies what those strengths are so new professionals can lean into them from the very start of their careers.
Uncovers each student’s unique workplace needs
Needs are an important part of the workplace and overall job satisfaction, and differ widely from person to person.
Birkman helps students understand what they need from a workplace so they can strive to put themselves in an environment where they can thrive – not where they stress.
Highlights what activities in the workplace will motivate students
People enjoy work more and perform at a higher level when they’re actually interested in what they’re doing. Otherwise, they’re left feeling drained and unmotivated by the end of every work day.
Birkman identifies what workplace tasks students are most interested in so they can do more of what motivates them – keeping them engaged, motivated, and continually pushing for greatness.
Insights on behavioral components allow students to dig deep into their personality traits
It’s important to have self-awareness. It allows students to gain a greater understanding of who they are, how they operate, and how they can adapt in the workplace.
Birkman provides insights into personality, work styles, and communication styles – all important factors of success in the workplace.