Strong Interest Inventory(SII)® is a powerful tool for career conversations across life stages. One of our proficient SII® users is Mr Rohit Kumar who is a consultant with Family Vision. Rohit has been using SII® for quite some time now in different settings. We asked him to share his experience and views on working with the SII® and following are the excerpts from the interview.
Vignesh, a budding entrepreneur and co-founder of CarPal, a company in the digital car selling space, joined us for an interview-format conversation over coffee. His company helps customers make better car purchasing decisions and offers all associated services online. He had taken the Professional Styles assessment earlier and was interested to see what his Entrepreneurial Potential Profile could tell him about his entrepreneurial style. The Entrepreneurial Potential report from Saville describes Entrepreneurial Potential in 21 areas under six themes. (See a sample report here)
Your MBTI® type tells you about your preferences – what comes to you naturally and what you naturally find distasteful. These preferences shape our lives in profound ways. We asked three entrepreneurs, each of a different MBTI® type, how they became entrepreneurs, what the purpose of their venture was and what they learnt from their entrepreneurial careers. Each person’s response to these questions gives us an insight into how their own preferences shape their approach to entrepreneurship.