The Self-Worth Inventory is a 16-page professionally developed, self-administered, and self-scored learning and communication tool. Responding to 40 questions, you establish your self-worth levels in 5 critical areas: Self; Family; Peers; Work; and Projected Self. You confirm your level of self-worth in each area to discover your levels of Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, and your Overall Self-Worth.
Research proves our self-worth levels highly influence our productivity, capacity to engage, our happiness, wellness and stress, our propensity for addictions, ability to embrace change, willingness to take personal responsibility for outcomes, and much more.
In Part 2 of the SWI assessment, you are provided with research on the impact of low and high self-worth, plus 12 specific strategies for increasing and developing the self-worth of yourself and others.
Our thoughts and feelings about ourselves radiate into everything we do.
Note: The SWI work section can be used with high school and university students.
The Online Self-Worth Inventory (SSI) can be completed online 24/7, if you or your client have an Internet connection. The Online SWI automatically totals your responses to the 40 questions and provides a summary of each of the 5 sections, plus your self-concept, self-esteem, and overall self-worth levels.
The Online SWI includes all the content of the print-based assessment. Your results are stored in your very own Individual Learning Center where you can view, print, or forward (email) them to anyone at any time. The Online SWI is a powerful option to enhance virtual support, coaching, career, confidence, professional development, and/or educational processes.
The Self-Worth Inventory is available in the following languages:
The Self-Worth Inventory (SWI) is a powerful tool when used effectively. Self-Worth, however, can be a sensitive area.
Use CRG's expertise in presenting the SWI to create a safe environment for your participants and to increase the effectiveness of your training.
The SWI Trainer's Guidelines will help you
Explain how Powerful Self-Worth is for Success in all Areas of Life;
Outline an Action Plan Template for Your Clients; and
Develop a compelling 2 to 6 hour Training on the SWI.
Self-worth is a powerful force that can either make or break us.
Give your clients the information they need to succeed.
To download our e-version SWI Trainer's Guidelines click on 'add to cart' then 'checkout'. After you have purchased your items simply wait for your e-version to be emailed directly to your inbox.
With only 10% of the population living on purpose in their life, My Source EXPERIENCE Journal™—A Personal Discovery Process for Those Who Want to Lead a Passionate and Fulfilling Life is designed for the 90% who are still searching for their personal purpose.
In this 88-page journal filled with insightful questions and exercises, author Ken Keis takes you on a journey of self-discovery. It’s also a perfect process for assisting your clients to determine what they really want—in all areas of their lives.
Here's what you will learn:
Your key motivators
Your undiscovered passions
Your ideal career
How to make the right decisions in your life—every time
A unique process to keep you connected to your Source—forever
CRG Models Deluxe
It takes time and money to create handouts for a presentation. Why not use the models CRG has already created? CRG Models is a CD-ROM with PDFs of all the handouts needed to present the Personal Style Indicator and any of CRG's style assessments.
Once you have purchased this CD, you can print the full-color handouts anytime you need them, as many copies as you like.
The CD includes the following.
Readiness and Willingness to Change
What is Personal Style?
Personal Style Model
Business Development Model
And Much More!
Set yourself up for success.
Use CRG's professional handouts at your next presentation!
Why Aren't You More Like Me?
Without this book, you have only scraped the surface of understanding
personal style. Would you like to know more about style and how you can
use it to improve your life, relations and interactions with others?
The Third Edition of the, Why Aren’t You More Like Me?™, book is authored by Ken Keis, the co-author of the Personal Style Indicator and author of My Source EXPERIENCE Journal. Learn more about interacting with others and how style affects every area of your life. Retail $30.00.
The Values Preference Indicator—a 12-page professionally developed learning and communication tool—is content-rich, self-administered, and self-scored.
Use the VPI to:
Prioritize Your Values
Design a Work/Career Life
Make Intentional Decisions
Use it for:
"... tools such as the Personal Style Indicator and the Self-Worth Inventory have many applications for our business, both in terms of organizational development and for working with health care and human resource professionals. "How refreshing it is to attend a training program where the presentation lives up to the expectation. To use your words, your passion for developing individuals, families, and organizations came through in your warmth, friendliness, and presentation skills."
Ruth B. Fischer, President
The Self-Worth Inventory (SWI) assessment helps you establish your self-worth levels in 5 critical areas—Self, Family, Peers, Work, and Projected Self and then confirm your measure of self-worth in each area to discover your levels of Self-Concept, Self-Esteem, and Overall Self-Worth. Research proves our self-worth levels highly influence our productivity, capacity to engage, our happiness, wellness and stress, our propensity to addiction, our ability to embrace change, our willingness to take personal responsibility for outcomes, and much more.