Kolbe Indexes are fun and easy to complete online in less than 20 minutes. They are different from other self assessments because they don't measure how smart you are (thinking) or what your personality is like (feeling). Rather, Kolbe Indexes measure how you naturally DO things.
Backed by more than 30 years of research and practical applications, they provide an amazingly accurate map of an individual's natural instincts, or modus operandi (M.O.). Index results are delivered dynamically online and are also available in a print version.
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The Kolbe A Index measures a person's instinctive method of operation (M.O.), and identifies the ways they will be most productive. It is the foundational instrument used in Kolbe reports.
The Kolbe Y Index helps youth (4th grade reading level to age 17) identify the set of striving instincts that drive their distinctive way of taking action. It's quick and the results are instantly available online.
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The Kolbe B Index measures an individual's perception of their own job responsibilities. Comparing a Kolbe B Index Result with an A Index Result yields insights into how to leverage instinctive talents at work.
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Use of the Parent Guide Report helps parents better understand their child's talents and gain powerful suggestions for customizing parenting and communication techniques to fit their child's unique method of operation (M.O.).
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The FMO+™ identifies ways you can use your instincts to make smarter decisions about money and finances. This report is based on your Kolbe A Index result and offers personalized paths to financial success.
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The Career MO+TM is no longer available to purchase. However, you may view existing Career MO+ reports or redeem coupons that have already been purchased.
Kolbe Corp has partnered with OPgigSM Program to provide a career guidance system that incorporates both conation and interest. Kathy Kolbe developed this program, which has a new algorithm and is sold separately from the Kolbe A Index.