The ODC as a compass
The Odin Development Compass (ODC) assessment gives insight into what drives you, what motivates you and where possible an imbalance exists. What are your natural talents, where is there still potential that you are not using, where are your pitfalls? Do you have a strong drive to be managerial and proactive or will you be more flexible and focus on the relationship with the other? Are these in balance with each other or do they get in each other’s way? Can you also convert an idea or wish into setting goals and thereby ensuring that they take shape? Or is there something that hinders that?
What really suits you, what makes you happy, you are very good at and you do it effortlessly?
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The rate for an online ODC assessment + report is € 375 excl.
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Natural and fragile strength
Every person has talents, a natural potential. As a result, natural competencies are usually already fully utilized in part, others still require further development.
Some competencies do not naturally belong to someone, but are developed and represent experiential behavior. These are learned competencies, of which it takes more energy to deliver these competencies and show the corresponding behavior. To do this, you need to ‘stretch’, so to speak.
When the pressure at work and/or privately becomes too great, a stretch area can become a pitfall. This is the area where a person can go under or start exhibiting distorted behavior. For example: tenacity, originally a competency, can become rigid or dogmatic under pressure.
The unconscious becomes visible
The Odin Development Compass assessment maps out someone’s talents, both already developed and potentially present, and at the same time gives a picture of which competencies belong more to learned behavior and can become especially vulnerable under pressure.
This makes it special that the assessment not only connects to the conscious, and measures what is visible to everyone (like most assessments), but also to the unconscious. By using Jung’s archetypes, a very complete picture of someone’s personal organizational structure emerges, both of what is visible now and of what may not (yet) be visible.