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designer

ENFP

John Doe

Creative Head
johnDoe@company.com

Team

Designers

Personality

ENFP
The scores suggest that John is an imaginative person who is focused on human possibilities. He prefers a participative atmosphere that allows for sociability and interaction amongst other colleagues. There are two basic things that he would seek most in the workplace: the chance to explore new ideas, and the chance to conduct that exploration alongside other people who share his excitement. he can be considered as warm, creative, and an open-minded that makes him an excellent listener. If these qualities are recognized by his employers, he will always be able to count on him to innovate and boost morale of the fellow employees.

John Doe

Designers

Psychd.Co

Overlap

amiability

amiability

H

Degree to which people who could be seen as amicable, cooperative, and friendly.
 

sentimentality

sentimentality

H

A person's interest in and capacity for patience and personal and interpersonal, emotional sensitivity.

humility

humility

A

Humility is a characteristic of one’s personality which allows him to treat people equally by not discriminating people by their class.

adaptability

adaptability

H

Adaptability is the capacity to adjust oneself readily, without great difficulty, to fit into changing circumstances. This adjustment can be psychological and/or physical in nature, and the changed circumstances can be positive, negative, or neutral. While the capacity to adjust to novel circumstances is positive, adaptability can lead to both positive and negative outcomes. A unique and complex concept, adaptability plays an integral role in several essential domains of human existence. Among these domains are developmental adaptability, interpersonal functioning, and relationship with the world of work.

innovation

innovation

A

Innovation is defined simply as a "new idea, device, or method". However, innovation is often also viewed as the application of better solutions that meet new requirements, unarticulated needs, or existing market needs. The term "innovation" can be defined as something original and more effective and, as a consequence, new, that "breaks into" the market or society.

intellectualism

intellectualism

A

The ability to learn and reason; the capacity for knowledge and understanding. A person's individual ability to think and reason.

confidence

confidence

A

An individual's feeling of trust in his own abilities, qualities, and judgement is self confidence. People who are confident are self-sufficient, they do not seek approval from anyone but will only ask for opinion from the people who really matter. They freely ask for help and are not concerned if they would sound or look stupid. They accept their mistakes and take the blame rather than puting it on someone else.

assertiveness

assertiveness

A

Assertiveness is the ability to express one’s feelings and assert one’s rights while respecting the feelings and rights of others. a form of behavior characterized by a confident declaration or affirmation of a statement without need of proof; this affirms the person's rights or point of view without either aggressively threatening the rights of another (assuming a position of dominance) or submissively permitting another to ignore or deny one's rights or point of view.

Big Five Assessment

60%

"Extraversion"

Energy, surgency, assertiveness, sociability, enthusiasm and talkativeness

56%

"Agreeableness"

A tendency to be compassionate and cooperative rather than suspicious and antagonistic

72%

"Conscientiousness"

A tendency to be organized and dependable, show self-discipline, act dutifully.

72%

"Emotional Stability"

Ability to handle anxiety, anger, envy, guilt and stress proneness

78%

"Openness To Experience"

Appreciation for art, adventure, unusual ideas, curiosity, and variety of experience

APPENDIX

"Know Thyself" is the key to professional growth and personal development. Carefully reviewing this report will give an insight into a person's personality at work, which will help in

  1. Gaining an understanding of the person's strengths and growth opportunities.
  2. Gazing how his or her behaviour influences himself or herself and others.
  3. Having a better understanding of his/her leadership styles and how to manage one's work through one's leadership attributes.

How to interpret the reports?
When interpreting the results, it is important to remember that the scores are not good or bad, only more or less appropriate to certain types of work. Since the results are based on one's own view of behaviour, the accuracy of the results depends upon both honesty and self-awareness while taking the test.

The scales for all the factors range from 'high to 'low' based on the normal probability curve.
The descriptions for all the factors are easy to comprehend and self-explanatory. In case any further clarification needed, please feel free to contact us.
Response style suggests the tendency of a person to respond to the psychometric test in a particular manner.

John is an Appraiser. Appraisers tend to be strong communicators. Appraisers are perceived as assertive rather than aggressive. They elicit cooperation of others by showing consideration. They use persuasion to involve others in projects. They are creative, direct, and accomplish results.

The scores suggests that the John primary strength is that {{filterHeShe}} is an optimistic team player. {{filterHeShe}} has the ability to handle both people and details with equal skill and confidence. This means {{filterHeShe}} has the peoples’ skill to deal with difficult clients as well as professional / techinical skills to deal with a difficult work situation. {{filterHeShe}} brings a sense of genuine enthusiasm to the team and organization. {{filterHeShe}} uses {{filterHisHer}} skills and tact in directing projects or assignments. {{filterHeShe}} makes sure to maintain a high quality control standards while also being sensitive to the needs of others on the team. {{filterHeShe}} also has the ability to carry out detailed action plans and verbalize the steps in an articulate manner. To maintain a healthy relationship with {{filterHimHer}}, make sure you are not too dominating, impersonal or judgemental. Take out time to talk about stuff other than work. You can have a better rapport if you ask for {{filterHisHer}} opinion or inputs regarding people and specific assignments, makes {{filterHimHer}} feel better about {{filterHimHer}} self. While planning to discuss an important issue, make sure you have done your homework because {{filterHeShe}} has surely done their share of it. Don’t be unrealistic with deadline and also make sure that you do the tasks you said you’ll surely do, follow through your commitments! Since {{filterHeShe}} might seem like a ‘know it all’ individual, don’t be intimidated and be certain that the information you have is credible.

  • Influences others by:

      Involving them and offering recognition

  • Overuses:

       Position and authority

  • Under pressure:

    Becomes critical and impatient

  • Fears:

    Disapproval, loss, or failure

  • Would increase effectiveness through:

    Taking initiative when needed, jump in to express their own ideas and insights

  • Goal

    Winning with flair, victory

  • Judges others by:

    Their willingness and ability to take initiative

The scores suggest that John is an imaginative person who is focused on human possibilities. he prefers a participative atmosphere that allows for sociability and interaction amongst other colleagues. There are two basic things that he would seek most in the workplace: the chance to explore new ideas, and the chance to conduct that exploration alongside other people who share his excitement. he can be considered as warm, creative, and an open-minded that makes him an excellent listener. If these qualities are recognized by his employers, he will always be able to count on him to innovate and boost morale of the fellow employees.
  • Motivation & Feedback at Work

    Regardless of what position ESFPs find themselves in the workplace, they share a desire to make the environment as friendly and enjoyable as possible. People with the ESFP personality type are able to take a social and relaxed attitude and use it to get everyone else on board with practical tasks that just need to get done. The more freedom they have to meet these needs, the better the results, so long as they know what the goal is, and there's hardly a better personality type to have around in a dynamic, hectic work environment.

    How to motivate -

    • Take time to establish a personal relationship with them.
    • Give them real problems to solve and walk through the steps in detail.
    • Set up a simple system to track accountability and progress.

    How to give feedback -

    • Let them know that they are really appreciated; give sincere compliments.
    • Make the experience as interactive, fast-paced, and fun as possible.
    • Be diplomatic.

  • As Managers

    ESFPs do everything they can to pump energy and fun into the day-to-day work that needs to be done.

    ESFPs enjoy being the center of attention, and even more so to feel like you're needed and appreciated.

    Authority and social status are secondary to feeling like ESFPs an important part of a team that gets the job done.

    ESFPs are great at noticing others' moods, and there are few personality types better at preventing conflict and encouraging relaxed, enjoyable workplaces.

    Subordinates are always welcome to speak their minds, and people with this personality type are always happy to hear others out, especially if something is upsetting them.

    ESFPs' ability to relate to others and think on their feet makes them resourceful and inspiring leaders.

  • As Colleagues

    A fun atmosphere is important, and people with the ESFP personality type use their strong observational and social skills to bring everyone together, shifting a souring mood if need be.

    ESFPs rarely wantr ideas on how to make things happen, happily organizing events and activities inside and outside the workplace.

    ESFPs' spontaneity, wit, and enthusiasm have no equal.

  • Recreation & Hobbies

    Going to parties

    Entertaining

    Dancing

    Hanging out with friends

    Crafts

    Competitive sports

    Fixing things around the house

    Day hiking

    Cooking

    Participating in games and activities

    Kayaking

Integrity

Technical Aptitude

Teamwork