Interprets and reports on your ACL Success Factors at Work scores. You complete the survey and Transform™ generates your report. Transform will connect this report to the "Send To" email provided at checkout.
Note: This product is for a single use, with automated survey administration. For multiple uses, buy instead the Individual Report product in quantity needed.
Adjective Check List: Success Factors at Work
Report About Me
Developed by Robert Devine and Mind Garden in consultation with Harrison G. Gough
ACL Copyright © 1965, 1980, 1983, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2012 by Consulting Psychologists Press, Inc.
The Success Factors at Work report presents results on 30 distinct and carefully chosen scales of the ACL. Each of the 30 ACL scales has been assigned to one of 6 Work Success Factors, that is, collections of characteristics, skills, and competencies which over time have proven to be central and important to success at work.
The 6 Work Success Factors and Scales for each Factor presented in the reports are:
Thinking and Deciding
Getting Things Done
Working with People
To see a Sample Report, click on the tab above.
Getting the Most Out of Your Report
Making Sense of Your Report
Your Success Factors at Work Results
Observations About Your Results
Individual Development Plan and Goal Setting Worksheet
With key ACL scale results aligned under key factors for work success, and percentile scores calculated against a large sample of others of your same gender from the ACL data base, perceived strengths and possible blind-spots at work for the client can readily be determined.
Upon purchase, you will receive an email invitation from firstname.lastname@example.org to complete the ACL Success Factors at Work. After completing the survey, you will receive an email with instructions on how to access your report.
Alternative Report Type
Need to generate reports for other people? Purchase one or more Individual Report: ACL Success Factors at Work.
Purchase a Multi-rater Report: ACL Success Factors at Work to compare others' ratings of you along with your self-rating.
To view a sample report, click here.
Harrison Gough, Ph.D., (1921-2014) was best-known for his work on psychological assessment, in particular the California Psychological Inventory (CPI) and the Adjective Check List (ACL).
Robert Devine focuses on the acquisitions and editorial functions around a number of Mind Garden test and inventory materials, technical manuals, web-delivered reports and facilitation guides. He helps select and develop products that enable researchers, HR professionals and management experts to be more effective in their work with individuals, teams, and whole organizations.