Are you ready
to get to the next level
of your career?

  • The notion of probability of career evolution success is an important aspect of the assessment. The probability is calculated based on the unique combination of driver: personal ability, intrinsic motivation and environmental support. 

  • The assessment aims to provide you with an indication of their readiness to make progress in your career, based on a combination of personal ability, intrinsic motivation, and environmental support. The assessment result page provides you with a probability score, represented by a color code (red, orange, or green), which indicates the likelihood of success in the immediate future.

  • The color code represents a range of readiness, from imminent readiness for progress (red), foreseeable career progress (orange), to contemplating career progress (green). It’s important to note that even if the probability score is low (green), it doesn’t mean that success is impossible, but it indicates that you may need to better assess and clarify your direction in life before making progress in about your career.

  • Ultimately, the goal is to provide you with insight into your career readiness and factors that can contribute to your success, which can help you make informed decisions about your career evolution.

1. Your overall Readiness level

Career Change Readiness =
if you were with 100 persons in a room it would be more probable that you succeed in progressing in your career than of them.


The Career Change Index helps you understand how prepared you are to progress in your career. It takes into account a unique combination of factors, that we call “career drivers” that can make your career progress more probable.

The index is represented by three colors that correspond to three levels of readiness, each with a different probability of success in the near future.

  • RED = HIGH Readiness – you’re ready to progress in your career and have a high chance of success in the near future.

  • ORANGE = MEDIUM Readiness – you have a good chance of progressing in your career, but there are still some elements you need to work on to increase your chances.

  • GREEN = LOW readiness – you’re still contemplating career progress and your chances of success are currently low. This doesn’t mean you can’t succeed, but it may be beneficial to assess and clarify your direction in life before moving forward with your career plans.

2. Your Career drivers

Your Personal Ability driver =
Your Intrinsic Motivation driver =
Your Environment Support driver =

1. Personal Ability

  • This involves understanding the importance of the career shift for you, and knowing how to track progress towards your goals using data and other relevant information. 

  • High levels of personal ability (>6.8) may be demonstrated by individuals who have a clear understanding of their career goals, the steps necessary to achieve them, and are able to gather and analyze relevant data and information to monitor their progress. They are able to make informed decisions about their career, adapt to changing circumstances, and have a strong sense of personal responsibility for their own success.

  • In contrast, a low level of personal ability (<6.8) may lack clarity about their career goals, struggle to gather and analyze relevant information, and have difficulty monitoring their progress. They may feel uncertain about their career path and struggle to take the necessary steps to achieve their goals, or they may be overly reliant on others to guide them in their career decisions.


2. Intrinsic Motivation

  • Having a clear goal, intention, and plan is key to staying motivated during a career change. It’s also important to understand your beliefs, fears, body sensations, and habits that may impact your ability to achieve your goals.

  • For instance, individuals with high intrinsic motivation (>6.8) possess strong beliefs and motives that support them in achieving their career goals. They have a clear vision of what they want to accomplish and a plan to achieve it. These individuals have a strong sense of self-worth and understand their value in advancing their careers. They view career progress as a vital component of their lives and prioritize it accordingly. For example, a highly motivated person could be someone who is passionate about their job, actively seeks opportunities for growth, and aims to make a significant impact in their field.

  • A person with low levels of intrinsic motivation (<6.8) might lack a clear sense of direction or purpose in their career. They may have negative beliefs about their own abilities and feel that their efforts will not lead to meaningful progress or success. They may also lack a clear plan or intention for their career development, which can lead to feeling stuck or unsure about what steps to take next. Emotionally, they may feel unfulfilled or disengaged in their work, lacking the drive or passion to take on new challenges or pursue growth opportunities. In some cases, they may not see the value in investing time and effort in their career development, and may prioritize other aspects of their life over their professional goals. Without a strong sense of intrinsic motivation, it can be difficult to make progress in one’s career and achieve long-term success and fulfillment.


3. Environmental Support

  • Creating a supportive environment can help you make a successful career change. This includes finding role models, having access to resources, and experiencing positive social support from those around you.

  • Social pressure and what others believe about us can either motivate or discourage us from pursuing our career goals. To achieve success in our careers, it’s essential to understand exactly how our environment is supporting our plans and behaviors. This requires us to identify the resources we need and build an effective support system to ensure that we have the necessary support to achieve our career goals.

  • High environmental support (>6.8) might include having a supportive network of friends, family, and colleagues who encourage you to pursue your career goals. You may have mentors who provide guidance and help you build skills, or a strong professional network that opens up opportunities. Social pressure can also be positive, with peers who inspire you to reach for your career aspirations. For example, your colleagues may regularly offer feedback and support to help you achieve your goals, or you may belong to a professional association that offers networking opportunities and support.

  • A low level of environmental support (<6.8) might be one where you feel isolated or lack a supportive network. You may have few mentors or role models to look up to, or feel like your colleagues don’t understand your career aspirations. There may be little positive social pressure to motivate you, or you may even face negativity or criticism from those around you. This can make it difficult to take risks or pursue new opportunities, and may lead to a lack of motivation or progress in your career.

3. How do you compare with the general population?

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If you were with 100 people in a room it would be more probable for you to successfully shift your career than of them, in the near future.


Curently we can compare your results with up to 100+ people in our database, that took the test,

When comparing the outcome of the Career Readiness assessment with the general population, it is important to keep in mind that career progress or evolution can take different forms. Some individuals may seek a similar job in a different company, while others may take on a different role within the same company. Some may choose to switch industries altogether or even pursue entrepreneurship.

The common denominator in all of these scenarios is the need to have the right combination of factors and means to enable a successful career shift. Personal ability, intrinsic motivation, and environmental support are all crucial components that help individuals transition towards their desired career outcome.

The Average Career Change Index of the General Population = %

4. Next Steps

Increase your Personal Ability

  • Take courses, workshops, or training programs to develop specific skills or gain new knowledge.

  • Seek out a mentor who can offer guidance and advice on how to improve in a particular area.

  • Practice regularly to improve performance and gain experience.

  • Hire a coach who can provide personalized support and help identify areas for growth.

  • Read books or articles related to the skill or area of knowledge to gain new insights.

Increase your Intrinsic Motivation

  • Reflect on personal values and beliefs to understand what drives and inspires you.

  • Set clear and achievable goals to maintain motivation and focus.

  • Seek out tasks and projects that align with your interests and passions.

  • Connect with others who share similar interests and can provide encouragement and support.

  • Practice self-care to maintain energy and positive emotions.

Increase the level of Environmental Support

  • Seek out opportunities for collaboration and networking to build relationships and connections.

  • Identify areas where you lack resources and find ways to acquire them, such as through training or seeking out mentors or advisors.

  • Seek out new experiences and challenges to expand your knowledge and skills.

  • Join a professional association or community to gain access to industry resources and support.

  • Hire a coach or consultant who can help you identify and navigate key environmental factors affecting your progress.

If you look to better understand your assessement results and achieve your career goals