Build Your Future. Find Your Agilities.
Take the Agile Work Profiler©
This task will take you about 15 minutes and will help you discover more about yourself. When you finish taking the Agile Work Profiler, you will receive your top strengths and interests – what we call Agilities. Your Agilities can help you take the next steps toward building the future you want.
Over 100,000 people have taken the Agile Work Profiler!
You will get the chance to use your Agilities during an interactive workshop at the Elevate Conference on February 23, 2023 @ 10:00am CST.
Brought to you by
The DeBruce Foundation in partnership with Patti Dobrowolski of Up Your Creative Genius. This interactive workshop activity is designed to help individuals identify and visualize goals for the future.
Other resources for day of workshop:
All you’ll need is a pen, the below map template or piece of blank paper, and a readiness to dream!
Click to download a copy of the map.
Click to download Leveraging Your Agilities
Discover more about the Agile Work Profiler© so you can build your future and find your Agilities.
Have you ever wondered…
- What kind of job will I have one day?
- Could I have a job someday that I like and am good at?
- Where do I even start when thinking about a career?
The Agile Work Profiler© can help. When you take the Agile Work Profiler, you’ll discover your Agilities. These are your strengths and interests and how those connect with jobs. Knowing your Agilities can help you explore more job options, create a resumé, and prepare for an interview. More importantly, your Agilities can grow and develop with experience. We encourage you to take the Agile Work Profiler again as you learn and have new experiences through school and work.
Participants who have used it say:
“It gave me more insight of my skills to advance my career. It also made me think of what I can do within my career choice, the possibilities seem endless.“
“The questions were easy to understand and answer and the results reflected were 100% me.“
“Helpful, focused on one of my key concerns lately. Helped me think of what skills I have that I can apply to this challenge I face.“