Psychometric Test – Character DNA
Psychometric test showing how personality profiles drive aspects of behaviour
Character DNA is a psychometric assessment tool that helps participants understand themselves, understand others and improve communication by adapting to different behaviours. It displays a clear personality profile of an employee’s strengths, weaknesses, working style and how these all fit together to produce an effective team.
discover what kind of person a candidate is in ways that they wouldn’t necessarily admit to in an interview
With Character DNA you can
screen-out candidates who are likely to be unsuitable for the job
provide management with guidance on maximising team effectiveness & communication
What Does a Psychometric Test Measure?
Psychometric questions seek to uncover how different personality profiles deal with situations in day-to-day work or life, or more specific things such as communication. Character DNA allows you to analyse four elements of personality; introversion, extraversion, thinking and feeling, whilst using colour to describe them in order to bring the psychology to life and give an easy-to-use, practical, everyday application that everyone can understand.
When to use Psychometric Testing?
Personality profiling is ideal during the recruitment process. Get those candidates successful enough to make it to the interview stage, to complete a Character DNA questionnaire to help you understand what kind of person they are in ways that they wouldn’t necessarily admit to in an interview. You can tailor your interview questions around the results of the test.
Or utilise psychometric testing to help provide your management teams with clear guidance on how to maximise their teams effectiveness and communication.
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Benefits of a Psychometric Test?
The insight gained from a psychometric assessment can be used in a number of different scenarios from recruitment to team fit, as well as matching employee and customer personalities to enhance relationships.
For the individual, it provides an understanding of the differences between team member’s personality types and highlights how they can communicate with each other more efficiently.
For companies, by using our colour-coded system to interpret and describe these psychological types, you will be able to paint pictures of individuals and a team as a whole and understand their intrinsic communication styles.
Research by Network HR Executive Search state 78% of respondents who use psychometric tests agree they are a “powerful tool” for hiring.
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The Colour Wheel
Individuals are positioned on the Character DNA ‘wheel’ to show how they work most effectively. Individuals are categorised under one of the four colours, so you can easily identify their personality type and how it drives their behaviour.
If a whole team were to complete the profile, their results can be displayed in the graphical analysis as a whole to show the overall strengths and weaknesses within a team. Utilise the team wheel to help everyone within understand others, adapt their behaviour accordingly to connect successfully and ultimately how best to communicate with each other.
“When you need to recruit the right person to fill a particular role, or, improve communication within a struggling team, personality profiling through psychometric testing is indispensable.”
Download a sample Character DNA Test report
Click to download a sample Character DNA report to get a feel for the type of psychometric analysis you can receive from a candidate taking this personality test.
Report clearly shows where the candidate fits on the Character DNA wheel – a graphical representation of the way they express their personality to the world around them – and provides selected general statements of how their personality may come across to others in the workplace.
Sections include: overview of personal style | strengths | development points | effective & ineffective communication.