The Bridge Personality 4-colour report
The well-known 4-colour model (blue, red, yellow, green) provides insight into personal preferences in an easy to use and memorable way. It is precisely this simplicity that makes the model so popular: tell me what your first colour is, and I’ll have a better understanding of how to interact with you.
Why the Bridge Personality Colour report
In addition to scores on the 34 competencies, with the help of the easy and accessible 4-color model (blue, green, red and yellow), the Bridge Personality Colour Report provides insight into behavioural preferences and offers concrete tools for the development of work performance on the individual, team and organizational levels.
- Can be ordered as a separate test (per candidate) or via your own account on the Bridge assessment platform
- Clear and comprehensive personality report
- Suitable for coaching and development
- Fully customisable report possible: select your desired competencies
- Determine whether your candidate was honest during testing
- Available in 20 languages including Dutch, English, German, French and Spanish.
The 4-colour model
The well-known 4-colour model is based on the ideas of Carl Gustav Jung; the Swiss psychologist and psychiatrist who introduced the concept of psychological preferences. The Bridge Personality 4-Colour Report links those preferences to 4 colours. This provides helpful insight into your own reactions and behaviour and helps you to understand why other people display completely different behaviour.
- Personal development suggestions
- Insight into the candidate’s management and collaboration styles
- Effective communication and feedback
- Communicate better with opposite colour types in your 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 the candidate ranks questions from one to six (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 behaviour and consenting responses up to the level of the personality dimension.
Using Normative-Ipsative split technology®, The Bridge Personality Report then provides insight into steering response behaviour. This way, you can see exactly where a candidate has doubts. This doubt often provides valuable information about the competencies that the candidate would like to develop. An indispensable tool during the coaching and development of candidates.
The Bridge Personality Colour Report provides scores on 34 competencies, the candidate's colour preference and scores on 8 general competencies. This gives you a good overview of your candidate’s personality.
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“For Young Group, the results of The Bridge Personality tests do not only provide insights into recruitment. They are also a guideline for the long term, both for the manager and for the development of the employee.”