Author Archives: Coen Welsh

The Power of Personality to Increase your Income

The article is probably not what you expect. When we think about personality we think of it as something that someone has or does not have. For example: “She has a great personality” or “He has a big personality”. Often we associate personality with a certain limited amount of characteristics such as gregariousness and extroversion. These traits are associated with people who are persuasive and as a result, they may convince their employers (current or future) to pay them more. I’m no psychic, but that is probably what you thought this article is about. The fact is that everyone has a personality (believe me) and there is new research to prove that “people whose personality traits match up well with the demands of their jobs earn more than those who are in less ideal careers for their personality types” (Winerman, 2018, p.11). And that is what this article is really about. Career Guidance.

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Capacity Trust Career Guidance

Career guidance is crucial to choosing the right path to a successful career. Many individuals choose a career that might not suit them, but choosing a career should not be a guessing game. With the right guidance, choosing a career becomes easy. Career guidance offered by Capacity Trust utilizes modern career interest tests and offers guidance to which career should be pursued for the most career success and personal happiness.

The Value of Psychometric Testing in Hiring Decisions

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FREE DOWNLOAD – Laws of our Nature – Chapter 1 – The Law of Search

We trust the information will get you searching for greater success!

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Developing Authentic Leadership Skills

In the last few months we have seen many leaders being accused of things that they should have been shielding their follower from. This situation begs the question, where are the good leaders? Are there still good leaders?

We know there are good leaders. We see them in business and politics. As an ironic coincidence, in the video below I used Mark Zuckerberg as an example of a good leader. With the recent scandals around Facebook and how they use and protect user data, it seems short-sighted to have used him as an example. Afterwards Zuckerberg said: “We have a responsibility to protect your data, and if we can’t then we don’t deserve to serve you.” This statement reflect (to some extent) the relational transparency we expect from Authentic Leaders. In the video below I expand on this idea:

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