The Student Success Profile

What is the Student Success Profile, powered by the CPI 260® assessment?

Built upon rigorous validity and reliability measures, the CPI 260® assessment acts as the engine behind the VitaNavis Student Success Profile, a tool designed to uncover how a student’s strengths and competencies intersect with how they learn. The Student Success Profile enables students to assess, understand and maximize their strengths by comparing their results with data gathered from people and leaders who achieved their goals.

Why the CPI 260® Assessment?

The CPI 260 assessment is a shortened version of the California Psychological Inventory™ (CPI™) assessment, developed in the 1950s by Harrison Gough, which lead to the establishment of CPP, Inc., known today as The Myers-Briggs Company. The CPI 260 provides users with the opportunity to learn about their personal strengths and styles relative to others. Preserving the same reliability and validity measures as the CPI™, the CPI 260:

Improves recognition of high-potential individuals for leadership development

Increases individuals’ self-awareness

Enhances individuals’ leadership effectiveness

Increases individuals’ engagement

Improves succession planning

The importance and predictive nature of personality helps students better understand their patterns of interacting with the world and how those patterns intersect with how they learn. Available only through the VitaNavis platform, the Student Success Profile, powered by the CPI 260, is available in Spanish and easy to take through any mobile device.

Results achieved with CPI 260®

The Student Success Profile:
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Describes the user as other knowledgeable people around them would

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Builds self-awareness through strengths and style analysis

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Helps students recognize challenges and strengthen areas of weakness

The Student Success Profile examines three areas of personality and the traits associated with them, as they relate to academic success:

Growth Mindset
How people respond to challenges.For example, do they see their mistakes as opportunities to grow and learn, or do they see them as dead-ends and failures? Relevant traits include:Self-awarenessSelf-confidenceOrientation towards self Resilience
Self-sufficiency
How people work with others.This explores the different ways people approach completing tasks and solving problems, whether this is by working independently vs. seeking support or staying on track vs. getting distracted. Relevant traits include:IndependenceAchievement via independenceWork orientation
Task Completion
How people complete work.This relates to responsibility, self-control and flexibility, with some people needing structure to help them stay on track, whereas others are motivated by time and pressure to complete tasks. Relevant traits include:ResponsibilitySelf-controlFlexibility

How Students Can Use the Student Success Profile:

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Identify how they respond to challenges, work with others, and get work done

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Assess, understand, and maximize student strengths

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Recognize areas of development and improve with the coaching tips provided

How Institutions Can Use the Student Success Profile:

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Analyze aggregate student data to understand learning trends

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Immediately support students who may need help with their study habits

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Provide a framework for advisors to discuss student strengths and areas of concern

Further Reading

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CPI 260 History,
Reliability and Validity

The goal of the CPI 260® instrument is to give a true-to-life description of the respondent in clear, everyday language.

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CPI 260
Technical Brief

The CPI 260 instrument is a 260-item omnibus assessment of normal personality, it is essentially a short form of the California Psychological Inventory™ assessment.

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CPI Comprehensive
Bibliography

More than 50 years of scholarly work contributed by global researchers and compiled during this time by the author of the CPI™ assessment.

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