What It Does

e-interpersonal Profile

Most Effective For

These eight facets provide a detailed depiction of the behavioral tendencies. It is not the size of the areas – but the relationship between the areas that is important.


Red facets
1.) Self-focus - Focuses on personal results, tactical, pursues own goals.
2.) Powerful - Focuses on creating results, pursues the groups goals.


Yellow facets
3.) Extroversion - Focuses on creating new contacts, extroversion, new experiences.
4.) Innovation - Focuses on ideas, on breaking down barriers and on creating something new.


Green facets
5.) Focus on others - Focuses on contributing to the common goal and focus on the team.

6.) Emotionally oriented - Focuses on emotions, careful and hesitant.


Blue facets
7.) Reserved - Formal, restrained, quiet, introverted.
8.) Controlled - Focuses on competence - systematic, precise and detailed.

Among other uses, it can be used for compiling the right team of employees and for increasing focus on strengths, performance and efficiency.

The profiles are user-friendly and relevant in relation to the working environment. The profile features graphic elements which make the results clearer, while color symbolism makes them easy to remember. Many customers use the e-interpersonal profile and color system as a natural starting point for day-to-day communication.

- Employee development

- Trainings

- Relocation of staff

- Talent development

- Management development

- Coaching and personal development

- Various trainings and customer services

- Career navigation and career development

- Strengthening communication and cooperation

The personality profile provides understanding of the strengths and development areas of the individuals.

The e-interpersonal profile has a strength-based approach and therefore has a more compliant style than other personality test. The use of colors and strengths makes it easy to remember and it presents 8 facets.

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