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Discover Who You Are

Discover Who You Are
Knowing yourself can make all the difference in your relationships — both personal and professional. Get the power behind your self-awareness with Ruberg Advisory.

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Formal education and real-world experience are all fine and dandy, but it's the woman who knows herself who has the edge. "To have the confidence of knowing yourself and your strengths, I think that's an incredible advantage for any woman to have today," says Amy Ruberg, co-founder of Ruberg Advisory.

 

Ruberg Advisory offers that chance to know yourself, your strengths, and the best way to interact and communicate with others. And it's all done around the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI®), a personal and professional development tool widely used in business and leadership settings.

 

The MBTI® process begins with a self-assessment that describes your preferred ways of focusing attention, taking in information, making decisions, and structuring your lifestyle. The questions are forced-choice, meaning that while we all share similar abilities, we have natural preferences and strengths in certain areas.

 

After your assessment, Ruberg provides you with a personalized and confidential report based on your responses. This report indicates your unique strengths and skills and how your preferences translate into thoughts and actions in the real world.

 

Developed by mother/daughter team Katharine Briggs and Isabelle Myers after the devastation of World War II, the MBTI® stands on the idea that "if we improve communication, we can improve the world," Ruberg says. So while the assessment helps you determine your own preferences, it also helps you recognize specific ways other people can be different from you. Understanding these differences allows you to approach those differences to minimize conflict and maximize communication.

 

Before and after discussing your personal results, Ruberg provides more information about the MBTI® and helps you determine how your results match you as an individual. "I take a lot of pride and put a lot of time and value behind the fact that I want you to understand this fully, Ruberg says.

 

The power behind the knowledge you receive through the MBTI® can benefit anyone, whether you are a mother seeking to understand her daughter or a student looking to enter the workforce. In today's job market, however, this power seems to offer the most to the career professional looking to improve herself and possibly advance in her career.

 

"The better you know yourself as your own personal brand, can market your strengths and can communicate effectively, you gain a tremendous advantage in today's economy," Ruberg says. Companies around the world use the MBTI® to develop their employees, which leads to a stronger, more effective company. So if you take it upon yourself to learn your individual strengths, you're one step ahead of the game.

 

To learn more about how you can harness your self-knowledge, visit RubergAdvisory.com, e-mail Ruberg at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or click the play button below.


 

 

Editor's Note: This is a special advertising section provided by Ruberg Advisory.

 

 

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Photographer: Linda Palacios

 

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