There’s no ‘good’ or ‘bad personalities, all personality traits have an upside anda downside. Our personalities affect how we think, what we do and how peoplesee us. This is a jumping off point to help you learn about yourself and others.

Take the personality test and find out your own personality type, yourstrengths, weaknesses, best careers and best work environments for youto be successful.
Learn about how personality works, understand the different aspects andhow to adapt to different people.
Compare different personalities and learn what makes you unique.

Whats your personality type?

Take the assessment to discover your personality type. What are you like? What are your strengths? What doesn’t come so easily? What careers and work environments will allow you to thrive and be more successful? Find out in 5minutes!

How Personality Works

Our personality questionnaire is based on “Jungian Type.” A way of categorisingpersonalities devised by psychologist Carl Jung. There are four pairs of what hecalls “preferences,” Extroversion or Introversion, Sensing or Intuitive, Thinking orFeeling and Judging. Everyone has a preference for one or the other in each pair.Your four preferences make up your personality type. For example, someonewhose preferences are Extraverted, Sensing, Feeling and Perceiving would be anESFP. The combination of those characteristics means we can predict patterns inthe way they think and the way they will behave.

Learn more about the different preferences, what do they mean in ‘real life’, howdo they come across and what are the pros and cons of each at a really practicallevel? This is really helpful as we find that areas of conflict, and harmony, andmisunderstandings often occur not just between personality, but the individualaspects of type. Understanding this, at a really practical level, will not only helpin our own personal growth, but improve our understanding of other people andprovide insight and rigour in our ability to spot differences, manage relationships,diffuse conflict and rub along better.

The 16 Personality Types

Here are the 16 different personalities. Exploring different personality types helps us understand how we are similar, or different to others. This allows us tovalue and draw on those different strengths and be more accepting of eachother’s foibles. Select a Personality Type to view the profile

Compare Personalities

Head over to the personality comparison tool to see the similarities and differences side by side.