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The Bridge Personality: 16 Jung Personality Types report

Tuesday 10 April 2018

The Bridge Personality: Extended report. Now information on the 16 Bridge Types and 34 Bridge competencies. Here you can find an example report.

The Bridge Personality: 16 Jung Personality Types report

Besides the Big Five Report, a 16 Jung Personality Types report is now also available for The Bridge Personality.

16 Jung Personality Types

Besides the familiar 34 dimensions, this report also includes an overview of the 16 Bridge Types and a detailed description of the Bridge Type of the candidate. The Bridge Type tells something about the preferred behaviour of a candidate and deals with the Jung's theory of personality.

Bridge Competencies

The Extended Report also gives a score on the most common competencies in the business world and the civil service; e.g. innovation, relationship management and leadership. The system arranges the competencies by score, with the highest score at the top. You can thus see at a glance where your candidate’s strong points and points for improvement are.

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The Bridge Personality Extended report is available in Dutch, English, Czech, French, German, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian and Spanish

Example report

Click here for a sample report.

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