Personality Test Reports

Teamglide's Personality Tests analyze the relatively stable and distinctive patterns of behavior that characterize an individual and his or her reactions to the environment. Personality Tests attempt to measure personality traits, states, types, and other aspects of personality (such as self concept).

Personality Analysis test

  • The Personality Analysis table displays a brief look at the
    • Name - name of the test
    • Date - the date the test was scheduled
    • Status - the total number of questions in the test
    • Time - the length of time taken to complete the test
  • Also displayed is the percentage measure of the employee's:
    • Extraversion - is sometimes given other names, such as Surgency or Positive Emotionality. Individuals who score high on this factor are outgoing and social. Individuals who score low tend to be shut ins.
    • Agreeableness - A person high in agreeableness is friendly and optimistic. Low scorers are critical and aggressive.
    • Conscientiousness - Individuals who score high on this factor are careful and diligent. Low scorers are impulsive and disorganized.
    • Emotion - often referred to by other names, such as Neuroticism or Negative Emotionality (in these two cases interpretations are inverted, as Neuroticism and Negative Emotionality can be thought of as the opposite of Emotional Stability).
    • Intellect - This factor is also often called Openness to Experience. People who score low tend to be traditional and conventional.

 

 

Note: A test can be deleted by selecting the delete icon in the 'Action' column.

The employer must select the test's name to view further details, statistics and charts regarding the test. Tests in the Personality Analysis test section have a Personality Radar Chart and a Personality Review.

 

The Personality Radar Chart
  • In each corner of the Personality Radar Chart is the name of a factor that the Personality test analyzed. The percentages are displayed from 10 - 80 percent. The relative percentages for each factor are marked by a pink dot at each corner of the pink shaded area, called the Personality Analysis. Therefore, the employer can quickly and easily see the individual's score for each factor.

 

The Personality Review
  • The indivdual's over all percentage score on the test is shown in the center of the Circular Vector Chart while the individual scores for each factor are shown to the right of the chart.
  • Below the Personality Reveiw Chart is a description of each factor.

 

 

 

Work Ethics Personality test

  • The Work Ethics Personality test table shows the score related to the individual's attitude towards:
    • Hard work - a belief that an increased level of effort is the key to effective task accomplishment
    • Moral Ethics - a likeness to engage in just/ moral behavior
    • Leisure - a value on down-time/nonwork activities
    • Generality Work - a belief that work is important in its own right
    • Wasted Time - a value regarding the productive use of time
    • Self Reliance - representing a drive toward independence in task accomplishment
    • Delayed Gratification - the capacity to postpone rewards until a later date

Tests in the Work Ethics Personality test section also have a Personality Radar Chart and a Personality Review.

 

Personality Radar Chart
  • The Work Ethics Personality Radar chart shows each factor that was analyzed in each corner of the heptagon. The pink shaded area is the Personality Analysis and each of its points corresponds to the percentage scored by the individual for the factor in the corresponding corner of the chart.

 

The Personality Review
  • The indivdual's over all percentage score is shown in the center of the Circular Vector Chart while the individual scores for each factor are shown to the right of the chart.
  • Below the Personality Reveiw Chart is a description of each factor.