16Personalities/ MBTI

  • Worldwide use with more than 500+ million reports since it is developed by NERIS Analytics Limited in 2011

  • Theoretical support from Katherine C. Briggs's Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and D.W. Fiske's Big Five Personality Trait (OCEAN)

  • NERIS stated its high reliability and validity with its high number of tested population from a wide variety of cultures and languages

  • ​Each individual will be assigned with one of the two characteristics with the following five Personality Aspects 

  • Introvert or Extravert, Intuitive or Sensing, Thinking or Feeling, Judging or Perceiving, Assertive or Turbulence

5 Personality Aspects

Mind

How does your employee interact with the surroundings?

Extravert

  • Energised by people

  • Prefer quick pace

  • Enjoy multi-tasking

  • Talkative & Outgoing 

Introvert

  • Enjoy alone or small group

  • Prefer a deliberate pace

  • Enjoy focusing on one task

  • Contemplative, Observant

Energy

How does your employee interpret data and information?

Intutive

  • Focus on big picture & possibility

  • See things in patterns

  • Good at creative solutions

  • Imaginative, Novel

Sensing

  • Focus on facts and figures

  • See things in details 

  • Good at practical solutions

  • Down-to-earth, Stable

Nature

How does your employee come up with decisions and handle emotions?

Thinking

  • Focus on logical reasoning

  • Emphasise logic and facts

  • Enjoy sensible arguments

  • Reasonable, Rational

Feeling

  • Focus on personal values

  • Emphasise people & feelings

  • Enjoy peaceful collaboration

  • Empathetic, Warm

Tactics

How does your employee make plans for their work?

Judging

  • Focus on structure

  • Prefer organised & planned

  • Enjoy sticking with the plan

  • Conforming

Perceiving

  • Focus on flexibility

  • Prefer open & spontaneous

  • Enjoy flexible in making plans

  • Adaptable

Identity

How confident or self-conscious your employee is?

Assertive

  • Confident

  • Even-tempered

  • Self-assured

  • Resistant to Stress

Turbulent

  • Success-driven

  • Self-conscious

  • Perfectionistic

  • Sensitive to stress

Roles & Strategies

4 Types of Role

The 4 types of role inform you of your employees' career interests and preferred tasks

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Analysts

MBTI: any type falls under _NT_

"I'm fancy about fact and knowledge come up by logical thinking and scientific evidences" 

Characteristics:

Intellectual Debate, Rationality, Strategic Thinker

Prefer:

Data Analytics, Fact-finding, Research

Not Prefer:

Highly Emotional Environment, Inflexible Thinking, Hope-based Decisions

Industry Preferences: 

Consulting, Engineering, Investment, Science & Research

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Diplomats

MBTI: any type falls under _NF_

"I find meanings in work related to people and the impacts around them" 

Characteristics:

Empathy, Cooperation, Influential

Prefer:

People Engagement, Social Interaction, Teamwork 

Not Prefer:

Impersonal Culture, Repetitive, Overly Detailed Work

Industry Preferences: 

Human Resources, Public Relations, Sales, Services Work

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Sentinels

MBTI: any type falls under _S_J

"I enjoy working in an organised, ordered and stable environment" 

Characteristics:

Order, Practical, Stability

Prefer:

Make and Stick to Plan, See Order as Effectiveness, Work Completeness,

Not Prefer:

Lack of Discipline, Unclear Procedures & Unexpected Changes

Industry Preferences: 
Business Administration, Logistics, Project Management 

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Explorers

MBTI: any type falls under _S_P

"I appreciate flexible work patterns with creativity and innovations" 

Characteristics:

Connection with Surroundings, Spontaneous and Quick Reaction, Utilitarian 

Prefer:

Adaptive, Comfortable with Changes, Seeking New Opportunities

Not Prefer:

Stick to Tradition, Strict Deadlines, Restrictive Rules

Industry Preferences: 
Advertising, Consulting, Customer Services, News & Media 

4 Types of Strategies

The 4 types of strategies inform you of your employees execute and achieve goals

Confident Indvidualism

[ I _ _ _ _ - A ]

Prefer personal effort

Value individual responsibility and trust in oneself

High self-confidence

People
Mastery

[ E _ _ _ _ - A ]

Prefer social interaction

Value group cohesion and expression of opinions

High emotional intelligence

Constant Improvement

[ I _ _ _ _ - T ]

Prefer self-improvement

Value personal growth, freedom
and perfectionism 

High in self-achieving motivation 

Social Engagement

[ E _ _ _ _ - T ]

Prefer authentic relationship

Value people's opinions, social status, and sense of achievement

High in empathy