Having your skills assessed by a competent Career Coach is a great way to build your self-confidence, take stock of what you have to offer to potential employers, and match who you are with fulfilling career prospects. This means identifying the skills you currently have, the skills you prefer to use, and the ones you want to develop in the future.
Once you've had your skills assessed, your next step (along with other assessments) is to draw upon your newfound self-knowledge to brainstorm ideas for your next career move. Online resources like SkillScan and O-Net can help you with this, but there is no substitute for seeking input from others.
What do I mean by input? I mean sharing your assessment results with trusted family members, friends, and experts and then asking them to help you brainstorm career options that fit with your results. This may take some openness and humility on your part, but it is well worth it. Never underestimate the effectiveness of collective brainpower!