Top Ten Qualities Employers Want and how to recognize them in writing

Top Ten Qualities Employers Want 

Top Ten Qualities Employers Want

A look at the Top Ten Qualities Employers Want: the traits most in demand with Employers, and how to identify them from your handwriting. Continue reading

Printing or script: what does it say about me?

“I write with a mixture of printing and joined-up writing. What does that mean?”

I hear that question so often after I have made a presentation on handwriting analysis to a group.

People always seem to assume it’s something negative, but it’s not…  In fact it’s a really useful ability to have.  With other positive attributes, it can become a real gift. Continue reading

Top Ten Strengths of Workplace Re-Entry Women

So what are the top ten strengths of women going back into the workplace?

Women returning to the workforce often sell themselves short, partly because of society’s view that if you’re not in the paid workforce you are “doing nothing”.

The other part of this equation is because after a few years of dealing mainly with children and duties around the home, many women find own self esteem and self confidence is low as to what they have to offer in the world of work.

But as any savvy employer knows, a woman returning to the workplace brings with her extremely valuable skills and qualities. Continue reading

What Employers Want: Top Ten Personality Traits

What are employers looking for in their new hires?

Obviously that the person can do the job for which they are hiring.  But beyond that, what makes one person a more desirable employee than another who has exactly the same qualifications and experience?

Personality.

Employers hire people who “fit” the job, who “fit” the company culture and the team.

There are certain “soft skills” or personal qualities that consistently rate very high on the most employers “top ten.” Continue reading

Handwriting Analysis: asking for writing samples

Asking a Job Candidate for a Writing Sample

I often hear people who have been asked for a handwritten cover letter agonizing over the possibility that it was then sent for handwriting analysis.

It may well have been, of course, I can’t possibly know.

However, the savvy employer would not be doing that. Continue reading

Handwriting Analysis is very Practical: here’s how

Why is this blog called “Practical” Handwriting Analysis?  Why not just Handwriting Analysis?

The Dictionary describes “Practical” in the following ways:

  • Adapted or designed for actual use; useful; practical instructions
  • Inclined toward or fitted for actual work or useful activities

That is my goal in Practical Handwriting Analysis:

  • To develop a blog that will highlight a show practical uses for Handwriting Analysis, for every-day people who are not necessarily trained handwriting analysts.

I want to give you the tools to use handwriting analysis in your “actual work or useful activities”.fyi pen Continue reading

Practical Handwriting Analysis: What you’ll find on this blog

What is Practical Handwriting Analysis?

Just what it sounds like.

It is a blog dedicated to the practical benefits of the science of Handwriting Analysis.

What are the practical benefits?

Well, as this blog develops, there will be a far ranging variety of benefits explained and demonstrated for you to consider.

For now here are a few of the more obvious benefits: Continue reading