Personality Assessments: 10 Best Inventories, Tests, & Methods

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Do you coach or manage a group of vastly different people?
Perhaps they respond differently to news, or react differently to your feedback. They voice different opinions and values, and as such behave differently.
If you respond with a resounding yes, we understand the challenges you face.
As more and more organizations diversify their talent, a new challenge emerges of how to get the best out of employees and teams of all personality configurations.
In this article we embark on a whistle-stop tour of the science of personality, focusing on personality assessments to measure clients’ and employees’ character plus the benefits of doing so, before rounding off with practical tools for those who want to bolster their professional toolkits.
Before you continue, we thought you might like to download our three Strengths Exercises for free. These detailed, science-based exercises will help your clients or employees realize their unique potential and create a life that feels energizing and authentic.

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