Assessment Company Kolbe Corp is Tackling the Problem of Divorce in America

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Divorces end 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. even though some marriages could be saved with better tools for couples. Talent assessment company Kolbe Corp is addressing the problem with an updated relationship improvement guide called Takes Two℠ that is uniquely based on strengths philosophy and a customized online survey.

Takes Two report on screen with profile pictures of two people and customized advice

Takes Two is a couples report tailored specifically to your relationship

It’s already helped many couples improve their relationships.

Phoenix-based talent assessment company, Kolbe Corp, is working to end the epidemic of breakups and divorces around the world. After 40 years of helping companies assess innate strengths, Kolbe Corp is expanding its expertise on human behavior to help couples improve personal relationships with Takes Two℠, a customized relationship guide for couples.

Kolbe Corp unveiled major updates to Takes Two this June. Takes Two originally launched in 1996 and is an online relationship improvement platform that starts with a survey of each partner's strengths. The survey drives an algorithm that provides a customized report full of advice for making relationships stronger, easier, and more fun.

"For 20 years we kept hearing from people using Kolbe in their professional lives, looking for more ways to apply our insights in their personal relationships," says David Kolbe, CEO of Kolbe Corp and chief architect of Takes Two. "So we crafted a relationship report based on years of wisdom that is also easily accessible. It’s already helped many couples improve their relationships."

About 50 percent of marriages in the U.S. end in divorce or permanent separation according to Psychology Today. Takes Two is aiming to reduce that statistic by providing customized advice on everyday topics that cause stress in almost all relationships. Topics include: finances, household chores and communication, with practical advice for each partner based on their MO—or instinctive way of taking action. Issues arising from these three topics are regularly cited as leading causes of breakups and divorce.

For example, the report may include the following blunt truth for a partner who is predisposed to focus on facts and details in communication while their partner is not: "Sometimes you may go on too long, so don't be offended if her eyes start to glaze over."

The Takes Two report is based on the Kolbe A™ Index, the only validated assessment that measures a person's instinctive strengths. It has helped over one million people understand their talents and be their best selves.

Takes Two is available a takestwo.com.

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