Personality profiling is an excellent tool used to measure an individual’s personality in relation to a particular situation. It is not a measure of intelligence or ability – but of behavior.
Profiling provides a snapshot view of the preferred behavior that comes subconsciously to most people. This is the behavior with which they are ‘comfortable’ and can sustain for long periods of time.
This is key for senior management who are significantly involved in the running of your business.
Insights into the likely style, manner and approach an individual may take to their work can help inform decisions. Personality profiling can provide insights into motivations, preferences and temperament – all of which can form the basis for more incisive interview questions or the identification of personal development goals to be supported by coaching and mentoring.
Profiling every member of a board, or a senior management group, can reveal where team dynamics can be improved, or where relationships and responsibilities can be realigned to better effect.
There are no right and wrong answers to the questions in a personality profiling questionnaire – it is not a pass/fail test! Therefore gaining deeper insights into individuals in a recruitment process, or on a development programme, can be non-threatening – even enjoyable.
We use a series of styles of personality profiling techniques and systems, all based around your needs and budget.