Risk Taking Assessment
Estimated time to complete 20 minutes
This is designed to determine a person’s level of comfort with risk-taking, and how it could affect his or her career
Report details results on:
Sensation-seeking: Assesses the degree to which a person has a desire for novel and exciting experiences.
Harm-avoidance: Extent to which a person steers clear of negative/harmful consequences.
Conscientiousness: Assesses the degree to which a person is rule-abiding, careful, responsible, and less likely to take unwise and dangerous risks.
Locus of Control: Assesses the degree to which a person believes he or she has control over what happens in his/her life.
Comfort with Ambiguity: Assesses the degree to which a person is comfortable dealing with the uncertainty involved in risk-taking.
Reward Orientation: Extent to which a person is more likely to take risks if there is a potential for payoff.