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Confidence Quotient (CQ) Assessment

 

Get incredible insight about your own Root Source Thinking. Find out what drives your confidence and what's holding you back.

After you complete the 20 minute assessment, you will be emailed a customized report with commentary about your overall CQ score as well as your driver scores. You'll also receive specific self-coaching coaching tips.

This is a single assessment offer. For bulk purchases please email info@americanconfidenceinstitute.com.

 

What People Are Saying:

“I recently took the Confidence Quotient and reviewed my assessment report, and I have to say that so many light bulbs went off in my head at the same time. My assessment report called out areas of improvement and how the self-defeating thinking I sometimes have can dilute my confidence. The coaching tips provided in each section of the report really helped give me guidance on how I can move forward to grow my confidence - both personally and professionally. In the end, the report helped me to identify what is impacting my confidence and how I can make the necessary changes to improve. ”

Michelle Brown

“As a self-reflector by nature, I am consistently aware of myself, behaviors and their impact. The CQ assessment is a fantastic tool outlining areas of strengths and suggestions for areas to improve upon. Which ultimately, will help each of me become the best version of myself. I highly recommend, diving in and learning your own CQ.”

Nicole C.

“The Confidence Quotient (CQ) Assessment gave me some great food for thought and inspiration! Reading the results made me feel good as I reflected upon my growth and how I am now compared to how I used to be. It also provoked me to consider areas that are important for me to work on, such as how sometimes I feel the need for approval or can be defeatist. Since this assessment highlighted progress I've made, I felt confident that I can continue to improve.”

Carley Corrado, PhD.