In every company, different roles require a unique skills, which are tied to personality. Not every person can actively engage a room of stakeholders or micromanage a team of employees. This is why companies are recognising the importance of personality profiling in filling job openings and strategic planning for sustainable growth.
Personality profiling helps understand human nature and behaviour. They typically come in the form of personality and job-fit questionnaires help assess the compatibility of candidate – such as strengths and weaknesses, communication, and leadership traits.
This provides tangible, quantifiable resources to justify hiring decisions – which much better than the subjective opinion of a hiring manager. This is why Tick’s profiling tools are timeless and loved by hundreds of Australian companies.
People generally fit into one of four personality types. They include:
Action-oriented or supportive types don’t translate in corporate setting. This is why we’ve created an easy to remember set of bird profiles that are fun and engaging to learn about (and apply). “What’s your bird type” is much better than confusing acronyms. Use Tick to teach, communicate, motivate, persuade, influence or to simply live with.
The bird profiles are based on 4 different personality types:
Each personality type has their strengths and weaknesses. Before you start to interview potential prospects, have a think about the personality type you’re looking for. Matching the right personality, along with the capabilities, can help you find the perfect fit.