Connect Assessment Report

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The Connect Assessment® is designed to help individuals experience relationships breakthroughs by maximizing their strengths and potential.

The Connect Assessment® aims to help individuals better connect with others by gaining more insights about themselves and others. We strongly believe that objectively considering the information provided in the report will result in individuals experiencing more enhanced relationships and, overall, a more meaningful life.

The Connect Assessment® includes multiple sections tailored to their unique personality profile, including the following elements:

  • How To Interpret Your Natural Tendencies Chart
  • Your Personality Characteristics Chart
  • How do you tend to operate naturally
  • Individual Strengths
  • Decision Making
  • Connect with Others
  • Disconnecting with Others
  • When Communicating
  • When Resolving Conflicts
  • When Under Stress
  • How to Better Connect with Others
  • Things to Consider

The detailed content in each of these pages accurately describes the individual and is most effective when the individual shares their results objectively with someone who knows them well.

Most people seldom recognize specific characteristics or habits about themselves that are often noticed by others around them. Therefore, soliciting the response of a trusted friend or family member may help them better understand themselves and the information provided in the report.

We recommend individuals review the report often and consider using various pages of The Connect Assessment® as discussion points with those closest to them, such as a spouse, other family members, friends, and coworkers.

The Connect Assessment® can be taken every 12 to 14 months to identify any possible changes in how that individual interacts with others.

Dewey Wilson, Ph.D.
President of Strong Marriages

John Trent, Ph.D.
President of Strong Families
Creator of the Lion, Otter, Golden Retriever, and Beaver