Career Exploration is simply learning about the different occupations and their “fit” with your unique career preferences, e.g. the skills, interests and values you want your career to satisfy.
Career exploration experience and opportunities can improve academic performance. It improves students’ knowledge of career options, encouraging them to develop and work towards goals in critical years when they are also beginning to venture beyond the orbit of their parents.
Why ‘PRISM’ Brain Map’?
PRISM is a neuroscience-based behaviour profiling tool. It scores a whooping 0.9 on the Cronbach’s Alpha.
PRISM’s reports show not only people’s natural or instinctive behaviour preference, but also the extent and the way in which they modify or adapt their preference on occasions to respond to what you see as the demands of specific situations e.g. their job.
The reports also indicate where individuals may be overdoing or not making full use of their preferences. This insight also helps them to understand more about their true potential, as well as what may be hindering them from achieving even higher performance.
What is PRISM Career match?
PRISM ‘Career Match’ is designed to help you find the right job – one that is suitable for you, matches the way you like to do things, and lets you use your natural strengths in ways that are comfortable for you.
PRISM ‘Career Match’ is not a test. There are no ‘right’ or ‘wrong’ answers and no ‘good’ or ‘bad’ profiles. Different occupations require different combinations of talents and behaviours. ‘Career Match’ identifies those differences.
Hemang is an experienced Business Coach and Trainer known for his measured and precision analysis and feedback along with individual counselling skills which compare with the best internationally. He is a highly skilled Management Graduate with more than 18 years of experience in the formulation, expansion and implementation of high level strategies relating to people and business in diverse verticals like Retail, Wellness, Logistics and Talent Development in UK, Singapore and India.