The Bridge Personality Extended + Color report
The well-known 4-color model (blue, red, yellow, green). It provides insight into personal preferences in an easy to use and remembered way. It is precisely this simplicity that makes the model so popular: tell me what your first color is, and I know (better) how to interact or communicate with you.
Why the Extended + Color report
The Bridge Personality Extended + Color report is the most comprehensive Bridge Personality report. In addition to scores on the 34 competences and the Jung Type of the candidate, this report provides insight into behavioral preferences using the easy and accessible 4-color model (blue, green, red and yellow) and offers concrete tools for the development of work performance on an individual, team and organization level.
- Can be ordered as a separate test (per candidate) or via your own account on the Bridge assessment platform.
- Nice and comprehensive personality report;
- Suitable for coaching and development;
- 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 4-color model
The well-known 4-color model is based on the ideas of Carl Gustav Jung. The Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist introduced the concept of psychological preferences. The Bridge Personality links those preferences to 4 colors. They give you an appealing insight into your own reactions and behavior and help you to understand why other people show completely different behavior.
- Personal development suggestions;
- Insight into the management style and collaboration style;
- Effective communication and feedback;
- Communicate with the opposite color types in the organization;
- Develop interpersonal and communication skills;
- Strengthen collaboration with colleagues.
What does the candidate want to develop? Find out with Normative-Ipsative split technology®
A modern (adaptive) personality test such as The Bridge Personality uses both normative and ipsative propositions. Normative means that the candidate scores a statement on a scale from one to nine (1 = very strongly disagree, 9 = very strongly agree). In this case, Ipsative means that candidates must rank questions (1 = least applicable to me, 6 = most applicable to me). By combining normative and ipsative statements, it is possible to provide insight into socially desirable response behavior and consenting responses up to the level of the personality dimension.
Using Normative-Ipsative split technology®, The Bridge Personality then provides insight into steering response behavior. Normative-Ipsative splits® are indicators in the Bridge Personality Short Report that can indicate the degree of steering response behavior at the level of a competency. This way you can see exactly where a candidate has doubts. This doubt often provides valuable information about the competencies the candidate would like to develop. An indispensable tool during the coaching and development of candidates.
The Bridge Personality Extended Report gives scores on 34 competencies, determines the Jung Type of the candidate, determines the candidate's color preference and gives scores on 8 general competencies. This gives you the most complete overview of your candidate's personality.
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