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Q supports by navigating six key areas, that young people, in our extensive research, told us they needed more help with in their lives.
Each area contains outputs that are specifically tailored to the individual, with hints and tips, videos to watch and areas where personal thoughts, goals and ideas can be written down.
Amelia has no idea what she wants to do in the future career-wise, but she feels she needs to explore some options to get herself on track.
Q can identify Amelia’s top career themes e.g. People, Leadership, Strategy, Innovative and Organisational. These themes capture the preferred behaviours that are Amelia’s strongest natural strengths and can then be matched to careers in which these behaviours are essential to succeed.
As a result of this analysis, Q then generates a list of potential careers, in order of fit, that will be a good match with Amelia’s behavioural strengths.
Q also details what the career entails, how popular it is, how many vacancies there are, the risk of the job being replaced by technology and the level of qualification needed.
But Q does not assume that our list should be the only option for Amelia. She can also explore her own ideas about what might suit by investigating, and matching herself, against hundreds of other potential careers.
Q enables Sam to think about three main things, personalised to him, that could affect his confidence:
The insight from Sam’s analysis by Q is that he can sometimes not take the time to listen or get to know other people and their views before imposing his own. His forceful style can sometimes be off-putting to others and a little intimidating, therefore making it difficult for Sam to be accepted in a new setting.
Q supports Sam to realise how his behaviour could be triggered and how that behaviour can be perceived by others. It also shows him how people’s behaviour can affect him, and provides clear steps to follow to manage this better. By following this path, he will gain more positive reactions from others and his confidence will improve.
Q shows Kate what her common stress factors are and how she reacts to these. It makes her realise stress comes from different places.
She has a set-back and so Q supports her by highlighting how she handles these. For Kate when things go wrong she feels like it is her fault, often thinking she is the one that needs to put things right.
Q explains to Kate what her strengths are in handling set-backs – she takes responsibility for mistakes that get made or things that don’t go well.
Q also explains to Kate how she can fulfil her potential in handling set-backs – to be aware that others around her will frequently have a part to play in why setbacks happen.
Q also explains about ‘thinking errors’ and from understanding these Kate realises these errors can add to her stress. She recognises now her tendency to imagine stories about how others will react to her. Q then shows her new stress-busting ways to think, with clear examples of how she could start to think more realistically.
Following a customer purchase of Q, an email with a unique Q access code will be sent.
3 step process
The users unique answers are then uploaded to the cloud in real time, scored and processed by Q's AI engine and all outputs are delivered and personalised to their smartphone.
The chances of anyone having the exact same match as another person is one in a Quintillion. That is one billion, billion which is more than there are people on earth. So, it is perfectly ok to feel different. Everyone is unique. Q is all about celebrating this diversity and uniqueness.