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Career Personality Profiling Test

Each person has a set of natural preferences, which are rarely change over lifetime, when a person has a natural preference to something, then it comes easy to him or her; s/he doesn’t need to have to try hard at all, so in a work scenario, this means we can move into the exceptional performance range when we get to work with our natural preferences, while when we have to work against our natural preferences everything feels like we are pedaling uphill; life is difficult! 


Therefore, a good career choice is when we have to work in harmony with our natural preferences most of the time and only occasionally have to work against them. Our role is to help you understand what your natural preferences are and be able to evaluate job roles as to your capabilities.

How the Career Personality Test help you build your career successfully
How the Career Personality Test help you build your career successfully

If you really want to make sure your career is heading in the right direction and avoid spending the next ten years in the wrong job, then take your career personality test and make sure to read and consider your Career Personality Report in your career planning and searching for a job.

Your Career Personality Report describes in detail what you need know about your ideal job and more importantly what you need to avoid. Everything that matters when it comes to enjoying your work and being successful.


Just imagine looking forward to a Sunday morning. Imagine a work environment that leaves you feeling great instead of draining the life from you.


Yes, you could have your ideal job, doing something you love in an environment that you enjoy. This truly is possible, you just need to know how.


That’s what this detailed personality report can do for you. It can help you make the right career decisions, and the way to secure a promising future.


……….immediately start to build a profile of your ideal work environment, within the first hour of reading your personality report.

Every bit of this Career personality Report is packed with the deepest insight into your personality and how that relates to your work. It has taken years of work by expert psychologists using scientific research to design this report based on twenty years of career profiling experience. 


This report have been enjoyed by thousands of job seekers and by organisations such as The Guardian Newspaper and The Times Newspaper.

In your Career personality Report you will discover:


  • How to instantly identify if a career path is a contender or not.

  • Little known, yet simple questions to ask questions, that will impress employers and help you decide if you really want to work there.

  • Secrets of expert Jungian psychologists that few people ever know about…

  • Proven steps to create your ideal job profile and describe exactly the right work environment for you.

  • Simple clues (that are right in front of your eyes) to help you choose the right career for you.

  • You will also discover what jobs to avoid, even if they look attractive at first.

  • You'll discover in just a few short minutes how to understand your preferences and natural abilities.

  • You have natural abilities that come easily to you; things that are easy for you and difficult for most everyone else. You will discover what these are and why it is so important that you get to work with these in your work life, not against them.

  • You will discover why most people are in the wrong job and hate their work as a result.

  • You will also learn that lots of people, everyday people, love their work and find it personally rewarding. What may shock you is why these people love their work and why most do not.

Detailed Description of the Career Personality Report

1.   An explanation of personality psychology

  • This is a brief introduction to Jungian Personality Psychology

2.   Who are you?

  • This is a short overview personality topic that describes the individual in detail.

3.   What motivates you?

  • Understanding our motivation is key to enjoying a successful career. It is hard to imagine someone who is successful without them understanding what motivates them beyond a salary.

  • Our personality type determines a lot of what motivates us. This topic also describes what demotivates you. If you know what gets you down then you can try and avoid it.

  • Finally it also has a section about how you motivate others, should you find yourself in that position, perhaps as a manager or team leader.

  • The topic includes questions to ask a potential employer or perhaps just yourself. Potential employers always appreciate intelligent questions

  • Like most things, you will be faced with a decision. This topic finished with a section called “decisions you may need to make”


4.   Your Key strengths

  • It is worth mentioning the 8th Law of personality which states “8) There are some things that come to us naturally. When our environment requires these, we consider them strengths and our strengths have no limits.” Strengths are always contextual and something can only be described as a strength if the environment demands it, otherwise it is irrelevant.

  • So with this caveat, we have identified some things about you that in most situations would be considered a strength.

  • Again it is important to understand what comes naturally to us. In your ideal job you should spend most of your time working to your natural strengths. This means that the job requires the things you are naturally good at. If you find yourself in a job where you natural talents are not being called upon, then you will find the work rather frustrating.


5.   What challenges you

  • We all have things that challenge us and will always challenge us. The way to look at this is to use a chain analogy. A chain always has a weakest link, no matter what.

  • Traditionally, we spend a lot of time working on what challenges us but in the search for your ideal job, you are better to find a work environment where the things that challenge you do not matter, as they aren’t relevant.

  • So it is important to understand what challenges you in order that you can evaluate if a potential work environment is likely to demand it or not.


6.   Ideal Work Environment

  • This is a detailed description of the kind of work environment you should be looking for. You may be expecting a list of job titles here, however, job titles are designed to sell jobs and are not an accurate reflection of the actual work environment. Indeed they are often misleading.

  • You will also find a brief description of the environment you should avoid.

7.   What you need from your line manager

  • In a large Gallup surview, 51% of people cited their line manager as being the reason they quit their job. Getting the right line manager is critical to your career success. You will perform better under some line managers more than others. Line managers can play a significant part in forming the work environment you experience on a daily basis, so you need to know what works for you and what you should avoid.

  • Generally most job interviews are conducted by your line manager to be, so you have an opportunity to find out more about them. Again you are provided with some questions you may want to ask at a job interview about your line manager.

  • In this topic you will also read a description of your nightmare boss. Again very useful when deciding whether to take a job offer or not.

8.   The types of colleagues you need

  • It can be helpful to know what you need in terms of work colleagues. It may not be something you have much control over but it is still helpful to know.

9.   What pressures you at work and how you cope

  • It’s interesting that what causes work related stress in one person, may have the opposite effect in another. No individual situation is always stressful to everyone.

  • You certainly need to know what stresses you and you need to know if this is something that will happen regularly at work or just now and again.

  • Naturally you should avoid placing yourself in a work environment that is going to see you constantly in a stressful situation for you.

10   Your communication style

  • This is quite a detailed topic as “poor communication” is cited as one of the biggest problems in the workplace.

  • This topic will explain how you like to be communicated with as well as how you communicate with others.

  • Understanding our communication style is the starting point to becoming much effective communicators. It is hard to image success in any field without being effective in your communication.

11.   How do you cope with admin

  • Most jobs have a element of admin and most organisations have an administration system (good or bad). This topic will help you understand your relationship to admin.

12.   Making presentations to groups

  • Perhaps you don’t see making presentations as something relevant to you, however, this is something that is on the rise. People are often promoted as a result of their ability to make presentations to groups, as there are fewer ways to impress a group of influential people.

  • Everyone can deliver a good presentation but we all do it differently and we all have our own issues with it. This topic will help you understand how you should approach this.

13.   Customer focus

  • We all have customers, even if we do not call them that. We all provide some level of service to someone, so it is good to understand how you naturally approach this.

14.   Team working

  • Everyone is a team player. What is often misunderstood is the role we each play in the team. Understand you best contribution to the team and put yourself in that position as often as you can. You may also need to help others understand how you contribute to the team.

15.   How organised are you

  • Some of us a naturally more organised than others. Some work environments required you to be more organised than others. You should understand where you sit.

16.   Time management

  • We all have a different relationship to time and time pressure. Make sure you get this right or you could land yourself in an unsuitable work environment.

17.   Facing rejection

  • In some jobs you are likely to face rejection as part of the job. Sales jobs being the most obvious example. How do you cope with rejection?

18.   Dealing with the public

19.   Delegation

20.   You as a manager

21.   The type of leadership you respond to

22.   Your own leadership style

23.   About your ideal company

  • How they make decisions

  • Their ethics and values​


24. X13 behavioural gauges

Each behaviour gauge scores from 0 to 100. The higher the score the more naturally drawn to that behaviour and preference for that behaviour you have. For example if you score 75 for “natural Attention to Detail then you are naturally detailed. You don’t need to try to be detailed, you just are. Someone with a score of say 40, can be detailed, however, they need to try very hard and make a very conscious effort to do so. Clearly you want to place yourself in situations where you get to draw upon your natural behaviour as often as possible and not have to do things very often where you score is low. If you score low for natural Attention to Detail, then you are better to avoid work environments that require great attention to detail every day. You may be able to do it now and again but not every day.

  • Natural Attention to Detail

  • Is a good listener.

  • Naturally service oriented with a strong sense of contribution.

  • Collects and analyses data.

  • Care about customer satisfaction.

  • Willing to follow agreed process.

  • Quick thinking, decisions and reflexes.

  • Prioritises big picture over details

  • Able to cope with changes to the plan at short notice.

  • Not easily distracted

  • Naturally compassionate towards their team

  • Concentrates fully on one thing at a time .

  • Competes with self and others. Winning matters.

25.   X8 environment gauges

The environment gauges look more at your preferred environments. If you score low for “Ability To Work Alone Most Of The Day, then avoid jobs where you will be working alone most of the time, as you will thrive more in an environment where you have interaction with other people.

  • Likelihood of stress occurring if they have little or no autonomy.

  • Likelihood of stress occurring if they are working alone for long periods of time.

  • Likelihood of stress occurring if their plans are changed at short notice.

  • Can cope with repetitive tasks and work days.

  • Ability to work alone most of the day.

  • Prefers to build long term, ongoing relationships with clients

  • Prefers transactional relationships with minimum client interface

  • Likes having rules and procedures to follow.

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