How to Make Better Decisions About Your Career

Making decisions is hard — especially when you’re trying to make big career decisions. Understanding your values will allow you to make choices that align directly with the things you care about.

At the Values Index Profile measures what really drives an individual, what their core values are, as well as their beliefs and personal interests.

Clark is the only company in Ireland accredited to provide and distribute the world-renowned IMX ADVanced Insights Profile measuring the What, How and Why of human performance.

The key to individual and collective excellence lies in understanding the combination of a person’s behaviour, values and personal skills.

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