Workplace Personality Assessment Guide

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Workplace Personality Assessment Guide

Employee personality testing has become ubiquitous in organizations. You’ve likely taken at least one or two personality assessments in the workplace as part of applying for a job, organizational training, or a leadership development program and have a collection of letters, numbers, or colors that claim to describe who you are. At least one employee personality assessment may have resonated with you, while others may have seemed more like horoscopes (and those are just the ones you remember). Have you ever wondered what a “workplace personality assessment” actually tells you, how such assessments are best used, or the “right” way to take personality assessments in the workplace? This document will explain what personality testing aims for employees, how such assessments are useful, and when they can be valuable tools for individual and team development.