One Size does not Fit all

Many profiling systems place people in boxes, colours, quadrants or types, the descriptions of which are generalised. This generalisation of so-called ‘typologies’ means that each type does not exclusively refer to the individual person being assessed. Furthermore, because these preferences do not necessarily track the actual thinking behind someone’s behaviours and performance at work, they are often described as “Personality Profiles.” But we all know that each of us are much more than that. [Read more...]