A balanced team
A well-balanced team makes all the difference in the world. Just a team of star players is never going to be a high performing team. And a well-balanced team of average players can outperform every other team. Are your employees adding value to each other? Do they all bring something different to the table? A balanced team with diversity and an open feedback culture will be able to reach great results.
That’s why it’s good to know what type of employees your colleagues are. By labelling them with the types in a fun way, you can directly give feedback without crossing lines. A lot of tests free and paid are available both on and offline. We listed our top 5 free personality-related tests to start with.
Here are our top 5 free personality tests
This online DISC assessment is designed to test personality by calculating your personal DISC profile based on your everyday typical behaviour.
Click here to do the Disc test
16 Personalities test
In this free type descriptions, you’ll learn what really drives, inspires, and worries different personality types, helping you build more meaningful relationships.
Click here to do the 16 Personalities test
VIA Character test
The VIA Survey is the only free, scientific survey of character strengths in the world. Take this simple character test in 15 minutes or less, and reveal your greatest strengths.
Click here to do the VIA character test
Team role test
This test determines which team roles best suit you. For each pair of activities or qualities below, choose the one which best fits you. If both apply to you, you should choose the one that best fits your personality.
Click here to do the Team role test
See My Personality
Learn What People Think of You. Our eerily accurate scientifically developed personality test will provide a complete breakdown of your personality trait, type, behaviours, and tendencies.
It’s an easy and free way of improving communication and collaboration. Tests and their results are a snapshot of that moment. It’s a tool (not a goal itself), and it should be used to create more understanding in your teams.