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We all have a mental image of ourselves, and we always believe that our behaviour and actions reflect that image. However, the reality is that our behaviour may reflect an image of a personality other than what we think of ourselves. For example, when you present a piece of candy to a child, you may think of yourself as a good person, but the reality is that you have acted poorly with regard to the child's health. It becomes more complicated when you notice that different people assess your behaviour from different perspectives and have different mental images of you. Your co-worker, whom you think is silly because of his boring jokes, is funny according to your manager’s perspective. Your third colleague thinks he (the silly one) is smart because he managed to win over the boss. When it comes to personality development, you need to check which personality your behaviour reflects and test how different categories of relevant people translate this reflection into different personalities according to their perspectives.

Here is how to see your personality in others’ mirrors:
1. Select the proper test.
2. Take the questionnaire to know how you think of yourself (your own mirror).
3. Sign in and invite friends to take the questionnaire on behalf of you (create mirrors).
4. Wait a while and log into your account to see how your friends think of you.
  • MBTI


    The MBTI is a reliable and valid instrument that measures and categorizes your personality and behavior.
    According to Carl Jung you can predict differences in people’s behavior if you know how they prefer to use their mind; we each have an inborn preference for using our mind in one of two different ways, in four different categories:
    - Extraverted (Energized by others) or Introverted (Energized by ideas, emotions, memories)
    - Sensing (Using five senses) or Intuition (Using gut or instincts)
    - Thinking (Logical, problem solvers) or Feeling (Consider others, compassionate)
    - Perceiving (Taking in information) or Judging (Organizing information and making decisions)

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  • Team Role

    Team Role

    Our behavior in the workplace influences our effectiveness. effective team members act in a way that brings out the best in their workplace. When we understand more about our own behavior styles, we can see the impact we have on others and be aware of our own behavior under pressure. By critically evaluating ourselves we can adapt our styles to become more effective team members,
    We all have different verbal and nonverbal patterns of behavior which relate to four different style categories referred to as
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    The objective of this test is to assess your personal behavior ...More

  • Leadership Style

    Leadership Style

    There are different leadership styles, each of which can be appropriate and effective in different situations. Most of us, if we find ourselves in a leadership role, have a preference for a particular style. This questionnaire is designed to help you think about your preferences. Please read each statement and tick the appropriate box, indicating what you think is true for you.
    Leadership is exercised in different ways by different people in different situations. The following are examples of different leadership styles. None is the ‘right’ way; each has their strengths and weaknesses, and each would be ‘right’ for certain ...More



    Brain dominance is a theory that infers that we have a preference for using one hemisphere of the brain over the other hemisphere. The left hemisphere of the brain is more rational, analytical, and verbal, while the right hemisphere is more holistic and intuitive, responsive to visual imagery. This test is designed to reveal your “dominant side” and examine how you can use this insight to maximize your learning experience.

  • Big Five Personality

    Big Five Personality

    The Big Five is a widely accepted personality test theory. It’s also known as the OCEAN personality test, is based on the Big Five model that defines human personality as the combination of 5 personality traits or factors
    – Openness
    – Conscientiousness
    – Agreeableness
    – Extraversion
    – Neuroticism
    (making the acronym – OCEAN).
    The Big Five personality test describes people based on their standing on five broad personality traits. OCEAN test is commonly used in the corporate world as it is known to predict important job-related outcomes, such as job performance, a person’s potential for burnout, his/her trainability and subsequent job satisfaction.

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