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Personality Profiling

Discover your candidate's personality:

Our test is based on the ideas of the eminent Swiss psychologist Carl Jung and was later developed further by Katharine Briggs and her daughter Isabel Briggs-Myers (creators of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator). The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator is one of the most popular and most studied personality tests.

We all have these characteristics but in different measures. We all have a "superior" characteristic which is our best developed and preferred. Then we have a secondary characteristic which we are aware of and use in support of our superior characteristic.

Personality Types:

Extrovert-Introvert (E-I): Test researchers have found that around 75% of the population is extroverted. Extroverts tend to prefer the external world of things and people and activities whilst introverts prefer their internal world of thought, feelings, fantasies and dreams.

Sensing-Intuiting (S-N): Tests have shown about 75% of the population is sensing. Using information obtained by the senses, a sensing person is good at looking and listening and generally getting to know the world around them. Intuiting is a kind of perception that works outside the usual conscious processes rather than seeing or hearing.

Thinking-Feeling (T-F): Researchers have found two-thirds of men are thinkers, while two-thirds of women are feelers. Thinking means evaluating information or ideas rationally and logically. It involves decision making or judging rather than simple intake of information. Feeling, like thinking, is a matter of evaluating information, but by weighing one's overall emotional response. Both should be valued equally. The 30 per cent of feeling men and thinking women often have difficulty dealing with people's stereotyped expectations.

Judging-Perceiving (J-P): This helps determine which of a person's characteristics is superior. In the main, judging people are more careful, perhaps inhibited. Perceiving people tend to be more spontaneous, sometimes careless. J and P are equally distributed in the population.