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- Legal Trait Analysis – Quickly shows you all 22 traits measured in the Sheffield Legal Assessment and how your scores compare to the averages for the thousands of (and growing) attorneys in our database.
- Distinctive Qualities – This section comes from the Sheffield Legal Assessment and quickly tags your most identifying characteristics (where you differ the most from the collective norm) as compared to our attorney database.
- Visual Type & Go-To Behaviors – This is a visual model of Carl Jung’s Psychological Types showing that each person uses all eight behaviors. Two are your dominant and supporting Go-To Behaviors. Visual Type provides a visual guide to the predictive use and accessibility of each behavior and an instantly recognizable way to see differences between people.
- Cognitive Superpower – Your dominant Go-to Behavior is your Superpower, one that is fast, easy to use, and you may not even know that you have it or use it.
- Legal Career Fit – This section shows how you compare to the trait patterns of attorneys that report high career satisfaction. Our listing of practice areas and settings and how each one fits with your individual mental makeup will help you determine what career choices may fit best with your individual personality.
- Detailed Fit Analysis – This section also details the core traits for each legal practice area listed and which traits are most distinctive, based upon our global data, for each area. From there, we detail your most similar and most different traits so that you can understand how you might fit in and where friction points might exist.
- Four Styles as a Working Lawyer – Understanding your own working style is often the first step to better relationships with your coworkers and understanding your roles in a team environment. This section details your approach to thinking, working, motivation and business development.
- At Work Guidance – This section gives you tips about how to improve interactions with your colleagues, managers and subordinates at work. Tips include specific details about your energizers and stressors in specific work situations, and tips for better communication, management and personal growth.