Do you ever struggle with communicating effectively especially within your organization? Or, do you want to learn more about how to be a present and thoughtful coworker? Well, look no further, because your Leadr profile is here to help! Even just filling out, updating, and viewing other's profiles and personality types is a great first step in effective communication.

  1. In the profile section of Leadr, you may have noticed a section to add your Personality Type for different personality assessments.

Filling out this section is a great way for you and your colleagues to learn more about how you communicate, your strengths, possible best/worst attributes, and how to lead this specific personality. Becoming more self-aware is essential for growth, so leveraging these tests as a tool, is a great step forward.

2. During a 1:1, your profile will appear for your manager or whomever you are meeting, on the right-hand side. On your Leadr, you will see the profile card of the person you’re meeting with.

Selecting the Details under each Personality Type will give tips for communicating and is a great way to prepare for a meeting with a new member of your organization. How cool would it be to already know this person needs a little extra attention when communicating negative feedback? Or, how great would it be to be able to prepare for upcoming projects by assigning tasks that complement the employee's strengths?

Apart from Personality Tests, the profile tab offers even more information. See this article on how to set up your profile or "baseball card" as we call it here at Leadr.

Below is a brief snapshot of the Personality Tests preloaded into Leadr. *Note, some Organizations may choose to enable, disable or add different types of tests. If one test is missing from your Profile, it's likely the remaining align better with your organization's mission or core values.

StrengthFinder: The Strengths Finder Test may help explain how you accomplish goals and complete tasks. This test offers insight into your unique strategic thinking skills. StrengthFind can be used to understand how to leverage everyone's individual strengths when accomplishing the mission and goals within your Organization. By adding your top 5 StrengthFinder strengths, your Organization can view the strengths you are most likely to rely on and you can view the strengths your coworkers may rely on.

Enneagram: The Enneagram refers to the nine different personality types; each representing a worldview that resonates with the way people think, feel, and act in relation to the world, others, and themselves.

Myers Briggs: One of the better-known personality tests, Myers Briggs reveals basic preferences in how people perceive the world and make decisions.

DiSC: The DiSC tests measures how your personality influences your behavior and decision-making process.

For more in-depth explanations on the different personality types click below:


Enneagram Personalities

Myers Briggs Personalities - (16personalities is another fun description of the types)

Disc Behavior Types

Here is an article Four Ways To Use Personality Assessments

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