To grow requires your people understanding how they operate around nine Success Factors.
Self-knowledge is important for success. It is key to becoming an effective leader. If your employees have a better understanding of their strengths, they have a better understanding of how they operate—in their work, among their peers, and in the world.
We developed the Miller Success Factor Assessments (MSFA)—an integral piece of our Fast Track to Success programs—to provide a personalized, in-depth analysis of individuals’ unique strengths and talents. Additionally, the test-taker receives a report clarifying the scores, givinges further insight, and providing es best practices for skill development.
Below, review the three assessment options for your team.
The Miller Success Factors Assessment (MSFA)—a self-report instrument, delivers scores for each of the nine Success Factors. The resulting scores show core strengths and recommends future development. A Score Analysis Report is included.
Try out the mini-MSFA for FREE.
We offer three MSFA options as part of the Fast Track to Success program:
1. MSFA for Individuals: Scores reflect how an individual functions out in the world relative to the nine Success Factors.
2. MSFA for Employees: Scores reflect how an individual functions inside the company,
3. MSFA for Organizations: Scores reflect how the organization as a whole functions relative to the nine Success Factors.
Once your employees have completed the MSFA, their composite scores provide you with an accurate reading of both strengths and areas for improvement. From that data, we determine the optimal customized solution.
Get an idea of the MSFA by taking a FREE sample of the Miller Success Factors Assessment.
I use the Self-Starter Success Assessment as a tool with my personal branding clients. It is a great way to help a person identify their core strengths, so that I can build on them further. Being able to really see where an individual's talents lie is a powerful tool in helping them find their professional niche."
- Peg M.