Recommended 1L Reports

1. Starting Off Strong in Your First Year

Orient your students to key features about who they are as people and who they might become as lawyers. Arm them with insights about their personal and work styles that are likely to affect their success in the world of law. Awaken your students to the fact that in order to tackle law school’s challenges effectively, they must develop a growth mindset that drives them to acknowledge and manage their limitations as well as cultivate habits that capitalize on their strengths

Chapters

  • Who Am I? – Expanded
    #Self-Discovery

  • Your Path To Being A Lawyer
    #Self-Awareness #Legal #Work
  • Making the Most of Study Time
    #Self-Development #School

2. Identifying Your Contribution & Making it Count

Help your students use their time and effort more purposefully in law school, as well as prepare for their internships in a more targeted fashion by grounding them in their unique, “Go-To” strengths combined with a detailed analysis of what practice areas would best suit them them – bringing them closer to being the legal professionals they aspire to be..

Chapters

  • Go-To Behaviors – The Essentials

    #Self-Discovery #Self-Awareness

  • Practice Area Detailed Analysis
    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Printable Activity #Work

3. Mining Successes and Setbacks for Self-Improvement

Spur your students to appreciate the power self-knowledge can give them to take charge of their law school learning experience and career planning. Facilitate your students using this self-awareness to mine successes and setbacks for insights into how to make 2L even better.

Chapters

  • Cognitive Superpower – Expanded

    #Self-Discovery

  • Distinctive Qualities

    #Self-Discovery #Self-Awareness #Legal #Work

Recommended 2L Reports

4. Getting Clear on Communication & Potential Practice Areas

Help students understand their particular communication needs and reinforce the potential value of this awareness in recovering from and resolving breakdowns in communication. Work with students to refine their picture of how they might fit into different practice areas utilizing their detailed Sheffield Assessment scores. Encourage them to apply this information when selecting coursework and in seeking their second-year internships and/or work experience.

Chapters

  • How to Talk to Me
    #Self-Development #Communication #ExpandedDevelopment #PrintableActivity
  • Legal Career Satisfaction Scores
    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Work

5. Making Smarter Career Choices

Prompt your students to consider how the fit between their personal qualities and a job description or work setting is likely to influence their career success and satisfaction. Motivate your students to apply this information to identify preferred work environments and evaluate their job/internship options.

Chapters

  • At Work Guidance
    #Self-Awareness #Self-Development #Communication #Stress #Work
  • Work Setting Detailed Analysis
    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Work

Recommended 3L/4L Reports

6. Zeroing in on Work Environments, Values, & How You Stand Out

Help students position themselves for a more fulfilling and productive career in law by supporting them in exploring how their personalities intersect with the world of work, identifying important qualities in work environments, as well as pinpointing the core values that matter. Reactivate your students’ awareness of the (distinctive) characteristics that make them “stand out” from the crowd and encourage them to look for work situations that align with these traits to increase their chances of finding a superior fit.

Chapters

  • Workplace Fit Factors – Environment, Culture & Values
    #Self-Awareness #Work
  • Legal Trait Analysis

    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Mental Diversity

7. Reviewing Strengths & Boosting Job Search Readiness

Assist your students in targeting potential employers and prioritizing posted vacancies. Set your students up for success in on-campus interviews with a review of their “fit-factor” for various practice areas and work settings and additional, new information about alignment between their expected strengths and workplace tasks and responsibilities.

Chapters

  • Authentic Career Alignment
    #Self-Awareness #Work
  • Four Styles of Being An Attorney

    #Self-Awareness #Legal #Work

8. Putting it all Together – Launching Your Legal Career

Reinforce your students’ growth and development as they prepare to join the legal field with tools that help them recognize and appreciate their individual work style as well as point to the diversity of styles among those they will meet and interact with professionally. Wrap-up strong by revisiting essentials, such as natural strengths, important values, and preferred work culture and environments, to assist your students in finding career options that will make the most of who they are and bring them the greatest satisfaction.

Chapters

  • Defining My Narrative & Purpose
    #Self-Awareness #Work
  • Visual Type™ and ALL Go-To Behaviors
    #Self-Discovery #Self-Awareness
  • Practice Area Detailed Analysis + Scores
    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Work
  • Work Setting Detailed Analysis + Scores
    #Self-Awareness #Analytics #Legal #Work