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Measure the underlying behavioural preferences that determine success at work
Personality questionnaires capture the typical or preferred behaviours of an individual, broken down by a series of personality traits. Examples of such traits include how socially bold a person is, how conscientious they are, or how much they follow rules. Personality traits are closely linked to behaviour and can therefore give clues as to how well a candidate might perform in a role or align with the culture of an organisation.
Personality questionnaires can also be used in a post-hire, developmental context to provide employees with feedback to boost their self-awareness. Genuine change and self-development often starts with having an integrated understanding of ourselves and feedback from a personality report can help to trigger personal reflection and improve self-understanding.

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