The 16 Jung Types
The 16 Jung Types are based on the personality model developed by famous Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. This is a popular model in the field of psychology, and is often used to map behavioral preferences. The Bridge Personality is a very reliable and valid personality test for gaining insight into Jung Types.
The 16 Jung Types
The Bridge Personality is partly based on Carl Jung's personality theory and represents your personality on the basis of four dimensions:
- What do you focus on? - Extraversion (E) or Introversion (I)
- How do you assimilate information? – Sensing (S) or INtuition (N)
- How do you take decisions? – Thinking (T) or Feeling (F)
- How do you deal with the world around you? – Judging (J) or Perceiving (P)
Extraversion or Introversion:
Are you mainly focused on the outside world or on your own thoughts? People with a preference for Extraversion enjoy working with others and develop initiatives together with others. People with a preference for Introversion like a quiet work environment and develop ideas when they are alone.
Sensing or iNtuition:
Are you mainly interested in the facts or do you like to imagine what is possible? Typical of people with a preference for Sensing is that they prefer to work step-by-step on tasks for which they already know the method. People with a preference for Intuition enjoy tackling new, creative projects.
Thinking or Feeling:
People with a preference for Thinking make a decision based on logical and objective reasoning. On the other hand, people with a preference for Feeling make decisions based on personal ideals. People with a preference for Feeling can also logically justify their decision, but only do so after they have consulted their personal values.
Judging or Perceiving:
People with a preference for Judging prefer to live structured lives and work according to a schedule and focus on what needs to be done. People with a preference for Perceiving like to live a bit more flexibly and embrace change, are open to new experiences, and feel limited by rigid structure.
The Bridge Personality
The Bridge Personality gives you a complete overview of the Jung Type of your candidate.
- Can be ordered as a separate test (per candidate) or via your own account on the Bridge assessment platform;
- Neat and comprehensive personality report;
- Suitable for advice and selection;
- To be used as a custom report: select the desired competencies yourself;
- Measure whether your candidate has been honest during the completion;
- Available in 20 languages, including Dutch, English, German, French, and Spanish.
The Bridge Personality: very well reviewed
The Bridge Personality has been independently assessed (test guide for professionals) as one of the most reliable ways to measure Jung Types.
The 16 Jung Types
The Bridge Personality has been independently assessed (test guide for professionals) as one of the most reliable ways to measure Jung Types. In the report you will receive information about Leadership, Communication, Stress Management, and Conflict Management per Jung Type.
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