A personality profile is a set of specific statements designed to describe an individual’s behavioral preferences. In other words, it identifies the ways a person likes to work, behave and react to others. However, personality profiles do not define a person’s abilities, nor should they be used to categorize individuals or their potential.
Personality profiles are useful development tools for helping individuals understand how they see themselves and relate to others. Personality profiles help individuals understand their feelings and emotions, how they deal with them, and how they approach problems. Understanding personality underpins self-awareness and emotional intelligence.
Our third type of personality report identifies strengths that can become problematic when an individual finds her/himself in uncertain situations or under extreme pressure. Research shows that under stress individuals revert t their default behaviors. If the person’s default behaviors are strongly held, the pressure can bring out extreme versions of the strengths. Unchecked, these can negatively impact others.
The Pressure Point Profile™ helps individuals identify their extreme characteristics in order to help them understand which behaviors may negatively impact on others. Once aware of their extreme tendencies, they can formulate coping strategies to achieve the working relationships they desire.
The 5 STeP™ describes an individual’s personality using 5 universal traits and 30 sub-traits to help individuals identify their default behaviors.
The TIPping Point™ uses personality to help individuals identify their team role preferences and contribution to the group’s effectiveness.