I consider myself a social and positive person who values collaboration and community. I am able to find creative solutions also during hectic periods, and find it interesting to learn new systems and working methods. According to NERIS® personality test, I belong to the group of diplomats with the personality type of assertive campaigner.
Campaigners are enthusiastic, creative, and sociable free spirits, who can always find a reason to smile.
I have taken the NERIS® test annually since 2020, and the percentages have varied slightly.
Still, personality type, role and strategy are the same: assertive campaigner, diplomat and “people mastery”. Although I take the results of a personality test with a pinch of salt, I can recognize myself in many of the characteristics.
About the NERIS® model
The type of personality is defined from a combination of five personality aspects:
- Mind – how we interact with our surroundings.
Introverted vs extraverted
- Energy – how we see the world and process information.
Intuitive vs observant
- Nature – how we make decisions and deal with emotions.
Thinking vs feeling
- Tactics – reflects our approach to work, planning and decision-making.
Judging vs prospecting
- Identity – this aspect underpins all the others and shows how confident we are in our abilities and decisions.
Assertive vs turbulent
The model consists of two layers – role and strategy. The inner layer defines our role with goals, interests and preferred activities. The external layer shows the strategy we prefer to solve tasks and achieve the goals.
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