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Name of respondent: Date of completion: Assessed by: Group:

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Working Population

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NEO PERSONAL INSIGHT REPORT: WORK STYLE
This report is based on your responses to the NEO Personality Inventory. Before reading the analysis, you should bear in mind the following points: 1. The NEO PI-R asks questions about your attitudes and typical style of behaving. Your responses have been compared with those typical of a representative sample of the British working population. In this way, we have been able to benchmark various characteristics you possess against this group. If we had used a different group for comparison, the analysis of your results might have turned out differently. No value judgements are implied by the comments made. Human characteristics have the potential to be both assets and liabilities. The important thing is to recognise how you can capitalise on the benefits while minimising the disadvantages. The extent to which any particular characteristic is an advantage or a liability will depend on the context in which it is being applied. This report takes no account of context so it will be up to you to decide the extent to which the impact of your style is advantageous to the situation you are in (or aspire to be in). Every effort has been made to present both potential upsides and potential downsides to the characteristics emerging from the analysis. It will be up to you to consider the extent to which these various pros and cons impact on you in your current environment and the extent to which they may impact on your future development. Everything reported in this analysis is based on what you have said about yourself. It may not always be accurate and it may not always be what you would like to hear. If you are uncertain about or disagree with some of the analysis, it will be useful to reflect on those aspects. Seeking feedback from people you trust can be a useful way of validating what the analysis suggests about how you impact on others. Remember also that we do not always respond the same in all situations so that it may be useful when reflecting on the analysis to visualise yourself in a variety of different situations you normally face in life.

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STRUCTURE OF THIS REPORT
The analysis of your results is organised as follows:

PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING Effectiveness at organising thoughts Open-mindedness and originality Confidence in problem-solving

PLANNING, ORGANISING AND IMPLEMENTING Action orientation Conscientiousness Openness to possibilities and alternatives

STYLE OF RELATING TO OTHERS Social energy Attitude to others Quality of relationships

PERSONAL STYLE Level of emotionality Pattern of emotions

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PROBLEM SOLVING AND DECISION MAKING
In this section we consider your approach to making decisions and problem solving. The questionnaire you completed does not assess your intellectual power (in other words it does not assess your mental ability or IQ, as it is sometimes referred to) but it does provide insights into how you approach problem solving and decision making. In other words, we are talking here about your thinking style.

Effectiveness at Organising Thoughts
C2 Order C5 Self-Discipline C6 Deliberation Very Low
Low Average High Very High

You are very focused and self-disciplined in terms of following through to a resolution of an issue and as systematic and methodical as most people in the way you collect information on which to base decisions. You think through your decisions carefully but without being over-cautious and missing opportunities by deliberating too long. In this way you may be able to act as a bridge between those who deliberate too long and are over-cautious and those who rush to action too fast and are in that way not cautious enough. You can probably see both points of view; on the one hand the importance of being aware of what might go wrong and limiting the damage from incautious decisions and on the other, the importance of not deliberating so long that opportunities are missed.

Open-mindedness and Originality
O5 Openness to Ideas O1 Openness to Imagination O3 Openness to Feelings O4 Openness to New Activities Very Low Low Average High Very High

You are more open than most to considering and exploring new or perhaps unconventional ideas. You enjoy intellectual pursuits for their own sake and are likely to derive satisfaction from theoretical discussion. Generally, you are realistic in your thinking. While you have as much imagination as most people, you keep your mind on the task at hand rather than getting lost in fantasy. As open as most to going to new places, trying new activities and experiencing new things on a practical level, you probably like to achieve a balance between, on the one hand, novelty and variety and on the other, familiarity and routine. You are as receptive as most to your feelings and instincts about things so that you will be aware of less tangible aspects of decisions and situations without allowing these to cloud your objectivity.

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Confidence in Problem-Solving
E3 Assertiveness C1 Sense of Mastery Very Low Low Average High Very High

The extent to which you believe in your own capability and see yourself as an effective and prudent problem-solver falls within the typical range for the comparison group. You take responsibility for your own decisions to the same extent as most. That said, you are less likely than most to express your views to others in an assertive way. You tend to hold back and let others do the talking. You are not one to push yourself forward.

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PLANNING, ORGANISING AND IMPLEMENTING
This section explores how you go about determining an action plan and implementing it (your operational style).

Action Orientation
E4 Pace of Living C4 Achievement Striving N2 Frustration A4 Compliance Very Low Low Average High Very High

You aspire to achieve significant results in whatever you undertake and work hard to reach your goals. You are driven by personal achievement and put a high degree of effort into the accomplishment of your goals. Your pace of working falls within the average range for the comparison group. This suggests that you work steadily rather than frantically. Like most people, when things do not go in the right direction, you experience frustration but you are no quicker to anger than most. Generally, you adopt a co-operative approach with others and try to maintain harmonious relationships but you will not comply simply to avoid conflict. When you have genuine reason to be dissatisfied with another person’s performance or the way they are treating you, you will not avoid expressing this.

Conscientiousness
C5 Self-Discipline C3 Dutifulness N5 Impulsiveness Very Low Low Average High Very High

You are unlikely to be deterred from carrying tasks through to their completion. You are characteristically disciplined and self-motivated. This means that you will follow through on completion of tasks despite boredom or other distractions. You have the motivation to get the job done. You are as aware as most people of moral and ethical imperatives to fulfil obligations so that your focus on results is likely to be driven not only by your own self-discipline and your own standards but also by a sense of duty to those for whom you are working.

Openness to Possibilities and Alternatives

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O5 Openness to Ideas O1 Openness to Imagination O2 Openness to Aesthetics O6 Openness to Values Very Low Low Average High

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Very High

Your approach to work assignments may often reflect your high degree of intellectual curiosity about a wide variety of topics. You enjoy theoretical discussions and are open to new ideas and methods. You are as imaginative as most without being idealistic or impractical. You have an appreciation for artistic expression and aesthetics, which you may also bring to bear on your work and working environment. In these ways, you can be expected to bring new insights to situations. Where your values and beliefs are concerned, you are as willing as most to question your own assumptions and also those of authority figures.

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STYLE OF RELATING TO OTHERS
This section explores how you interact with others in terms both of your emotional orientation to other people and the role you adopt in your interpersonal relationships. No value judgements are made about your style of working with others. It is accepted that a style that proves to be an asset in one situation may prove to be a liability in another. It is up to you to reflect on how your style influences the quality of your relationships in your current life situation.

Social Energy
E1 Friendliness E2 Sociability E3 Assertiveness N4 Self-Consciousness Very Low Low Average High Very High

When interacting with people, you are likely to be as friendly as most, showing normal levels of attentiveness to and interest in others. Your responses suggest that you are not one to socialise simply for the sake of it and will often choose to spend time alone rather than attending social gatherings. Informal networking in large groups is not something that you particularly enjoy or derive satisfaction from. You do not see yourself as an assertive or forceful person. You have a tendency to hold back from expressing your views or taking the lead in discussions. At times you may not push yourself forward enough so that your opinions go unheard.

Attitude to Others
A6 Compassion A3 Altruism A1 Trust A2 Straightforwardness Very Low Low Average High Very High

You are typical of most people in the extent to which you are moved by human needs, and also typical of most in your willingness to get personally and actively involved in other people’s problems. This suggests that you will recognise the difficulties of others and be sympathetic to them but not to the extent of allowing your sympathy to sway your decisions or getting so personally involved that you neglect your own priorities. You have a natural inclination to question the motives behind what people say and do rather than just accepting this at face value. Probably, you will not be easy to fool and will be alert to hidden agendas. At times you may read too much between the lines and doubt a person’s sincerity when there is no reason to do so. You give as much thought as most to how the words you use and the way you phrase them will impact on other people. This suggests that you will come across as straightforward without seeming ingenuous.
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Quality of Relationships
A4 Compliance E3 Assertiveness A5 Modesty C1 Sense of Mastery Very Low Low Average High Very High

You are as concerned as most to preserve harmonious relations with others. You will usually be co-operative and accommodating although when an issue is particularly important to you, you won’t compromise simply for the sake of keeping the peace. You have a normal level of confidence in your own abilities and are as willing as most to talk about your achievements. You neither exaggerate nor undersell the importance of your contributions.

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PERSONAL STYLE
Each of us has a unique emotional signature to our personality. In this section we explore your emotions and general outlook on life.

Level of Emotionality
O3 Openness to Feelings N5 Impulsiveness E5 Excitement-Seeking C5 Self-Discipline Very Low Low Average High Very High

You are as attuned to your emotions as most people. Your feelings about issues are likely to be a factor in the decisions you make but you are not overly emotional. You are not an impulsive person nor are you overly controlled. You can tolerate frustration and delay satisfaction of your needs to the same extent as most people. You don’t feel a high need for excitement in the sense of risky activities or thrill seeking. Indeed, you are more likely to avoid such situations or activities and the sensation of an adrenaline rush that they provide.

Pattern of Emotions
N1 Anxiety N3 Despondency N6 Stress Proneness E6 Positive Outlook Very Low Low Average High Very High

Through the questionnaire you were asked to report the frequency or intensity with which you feel different types of emotions. This section is not about the extent to which you outwardly express these emotions but rather your internal experience of them. You report experiencing positive emotions to the same intensity as most people suggesting that you are generally positive in your outlook. Your responses also suggest that you are no more prone to anxiety or apprehension than most in the comparison group. That said you describe a greater tendency than most to feel discouraged or down-hearted when things go wrong. Your reported feelings of stress proneness and vulnerability are within the average range suggesting that your more negative emotions do not detract from your perception of your ability to cope with what life throws at you. Nevertheless it may be worth thinking about what underlies such emotions when they occur. Becoming more conscious of the thoughts, attitudes or beliefs that underlie our emotions is the first step to managing them. It is the thoughts we have about events rather than the events themselves that influence the intensity of our emotions but often these thoughts are so automatic that we aren't conscious of them. When we deliberately focus on our automatic thoughts about events or situations we become able to identify self-defeating
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attitudes or beliefs and challenge these so that they lose their power.

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NEXT STEPS

It may be helpful for you to consolidate the information in this report by considering the following questions: 1. List the key strengths that have emerged from this analysis and the extent to which you agree that they are strengths for you. To what extent are you capitalising on these key strengths and how might you capitalise on them more? List the key areas of development that have emerged from this report and the extent to you which you agree that they are areas for development. To what extent are these development needs relevant to your current context or future career aims? What actions might you take to capitalise on your strengths and remedy any development needs relevant to your career aims?

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Raw value

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Norm

NEO-PI-R - NEO Personality Inventory - Revised - (Standard) UK Working Population (broad sample) - T score (50+10z) Gray bars: Confidence Interval (Basis: Stability; Probability: 68%)
min 20 -s m +s 60 max 80 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 65 70 75

13 11 14 14 13 8 23 11 15 22 13 24 16 24 22 22 28 23 20 18 24 18 17 19 22 20 26 26 26 19 73 108 135 116 139

50 52 58 55 46 53 47 33 39 51 39 53 49 60 50 55 64 48 44 47 51 49 48 49 45 53 54 58 56 50 53 41 57 47 54

Facet Scores N1 Anxiety N2 Angry-Hostility N3 Depression N4 Self-Consciousness N5 Impulsiveness N6 Vulnerability E1 Warmth E2 Gregariousness E3 Assertiveness E4 Activity E5 Excitement-Seeking E6 Positive Emotions O1 Openness to Fantasy O2 Openness to Aesthetics O3 Openness to Feelings O4 Openness to Actions O5 Openness to Ideas O6 Openness to Values A1 Trust A2 Straightforwardness A3 Altruism A4 Compliance A5 Modesty A6 Tender-Mindedness C1 Competence C2 Order C3 Dutifulness C4 Achievement Striving C5 Self-Discipline C6 Deliberation Domain Scores N Neuroticism E Extraversion O Openness to Experience A Agreeableness C Conscientiousness

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Raw value

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NEO-PI-R - NEO Personality Inventory - Revised - (Standard) Theoretical raw value scale
TRV
min 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 max 100

13 11 14 14 13 8 23 11 15 22 13 24 16 24 22 22 28 23 20 18 24 18 17 19 22 20 26 26 26 19 73 108 135 116 139

41 34 44 44 41 25 72 34 47 69 41 75 50 75 69 69 88 72 62 56 75 56 53 59 69 62 81 81 81 59 38 56 70 60 72

N1 Anxiety N2 Angry-Hostility N3 Depression N4 Self-Consciousness N5 Impulsiveness N6 Vulnerability E1 Warmth E2 Gregariousness E3 Assertiveness E4 Activity E5 Excitement-Seeking E6 Positive Emotions O1 Openness to Fantasy O2 Openness to Aesthetics O3 Openness to Feelings O4 Openness to Actions O5 Openness to Ideas O6 Openness to Values A1 Trust A2 Straightforwardness A3 Altruism A4 Compliance A5 Modesty A6 Tender-Mindedness C1 Competence C2 Order C3 Dutifulness C4 Achievement Striving C5 Self-Discipline C6 Deliberation N Neuroticism E Extraversion O Openness to Experience A Agreeableness C Conscientiousness

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NEO-PI-R - NEO Personality Inventory - Revised - (Standard) UK Working Population (broad sample) - T score (50+10z) Confidence Interval (Basis: Stability; Probability: 68%) Total duration [min]: 38:01

Parameter N1 Anxiety N2 Angry-Hostility N3 Depression N4 Self-Consciousness N5 Impulsiveness N6 Vulnerability E1 Warmth E2 Gregariousness E3 Assertiveness E4 Activity E5 Excitement-Seeking E6 Positive Emotions O1 Openness to Fantasy O2 Openness to Aesthetics O3 Openness to Feelings O4 Openness to Actions O5 Openness to Ideas O6 Openness to Values A1 Trust A2 Straightforwardness A3 Altruism A4 Compliance A5 Modesty A6 Tender-Mindedness C1 Competence C2 Order C3 Dutifulness C4 Achievement Striving C5 Self-Discipline C6 Deliberation N Neuroticism E Extraversion O Openness to Experience A Agreeableness C Conscientiousness

Raw value 13 11 14 14 13 8 23 11 15 22 13 24 16 24 22 22 28 23 20 18 24 18 17 19 22 20 26 26 26 19 73 108 135 116 139

Norm 50 52 58 55 46 53 47 33 39 51 39 53 49 60 50 55 64 48 44 47 51 49 48 49 45 53 54 58 56 50 53 41 57 47 54

Confidence interval [46, 54] [49, 55] [55, 61] [52, 58] [42, 50] [50, 56] [43, 51] [29, 37] [36, 42] [47, 55] [36, 42] [48, 58] [45, 53] [57, 63] [46, 54] [51, 59] [61, 67] [43, 53] [40, 48] [43, 51] [47, 55] [46, 52] [43, 53] [45, 53] [40, 50] [49, 57] [50, 58] [53, 63] [52, 60] [46, 54] [51, 55] [38, 44] [54, 60] [44, 50] [51, 57]

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Item evaluation
(Item filter: Typical items) N1 Anxiety No 1 No worrier Item Response 1 strongly disagree E1 Warmth No Item 152 Find it easy to smile and be outgoing with strangers Response 5 strongly agree Points 4 Time 5.7 s Points 4 Time 55.3 s

E5 Excitement-Seeking No Item 82 Have sometimes done things just for "kicks" or "thrills" Response 5 strongly agree Points 4 Time 5s

E6 Positive Emotions No Item 27 Have never literally jumped for joy Response 1 strongly disagree Points 4 Time 7.5 s

O4 Openness to Actions No Item Response 48 Interesting to learn, develop new hobbies 5 strongly agree 108 Often try new, foreign foods 5 strongly agree 198 On holiday, prefer going back to tried and trusted 1 strongly disagree spot O5 Openness to Ideas No Item Response 53 Find philosophical arguments boring 1 strongly disagree 173 Little interest in speculating on nature of universe 1 strongly disagree or human condition 203 Have a lot of intellectual curiosity 5 strongly agree 233 Have wide range of intellectual interests 5 strongly agree O6 Openness to Values No Item Response 28 Letting students hear controversial speakers only 1 strongly disagree confuse and mislead them 178 Broad-minded, tolerant of other people's lifestyles 5 strongly agree A2 Straightforwardness No Item Response 99 Being perfectly honest is bad way to do business 1 strongly disagree C2 Order No Item Response 100 Like to keep everything in its place so I know just 5 strongly agree where it is Hogrefe TestSystem 4.0.2
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Time 8.7 s 3.2 s 5.7 s

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Time 3.6 s 5.1 s 5.7 s 3.5 s

Points 4 4

Time 8.3 s 12.9 s

Points 4

Time 7.9 s

Points 4

Time 5.2 s

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C3 Dutifulness No Item Response 75 Pay my debts promptly and in full 5 strongly agree 195 Try to do jobs carefully, so they won't have to be 5 strongly agree done again C4 Achievement Striving No Item Response 50 Have clear set of goals, work towards them in 5 strongly agree orderly fashion 110 Work hard to accomplish my goals 5 strongly agree C5 Self-Discipline No Item 25 Pretty good about pacing myself so as to get things done on time 235 Have lot of self-discipline Response 5 strongly agree 5 strongly agree Points 4 4 Time 9.8 s 3.6 s Points 4 4 Time 3.8 s 11 s

Points 4 4

Time 6.2 s 3.9 s

C6 Deliberation No Item 60 Think things through before coming to decision Response 5 strongly agree Points 4 Time 8.4 s

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Frequency of response steps: (2 step(s), 2 response(s))
Step Step 1 Step 2 Distribution of responses 100% 0%

Frequency of response steps: (5 step(s), 241 response(s))
Step Step 1 Step 2 Step 3 Step 4 Step 5 Distribution of responses 5% 30% 21% 35% 8%

Repetition index:
Repetitions: 92 (maximum with 243 items: 29403); Index: 0

Analysis of response times per item (seconds)
Median response time (s) for all items: 8.1 Standard deviation: 7.7

Displayed: Ipsative median for scales (high value = long duration). Ipsative median time Time 0% (sec) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 N1 Anxiety N2 Angry-Hostility N3 Depression N4 Self-Consciousness N5 Impulsiveness N6 Vulnerability E1 Warmth E2 Gregariousness E3 Assertiveness E4 Activity E5 Excitement-Seeking E6 Positive Emotions O1 Openness to Fantasy 11.9 7.2 6.5 18.1 11.6 5.6 5.2 14.4 7.0 5.5 5.2 4.3 8.3 50% 60 48 46 76 59 44 43 67 47 43 42 40 51 Evaluated by: Hogrefe Ltd, Oxford 100%

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Displayed: Ipsative median for scales (high value = long duration). Ipsative median time Time 0% (sec) 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 O2 Openness to Aesthetics O3 Openness to Feelings O4 Openness to Actions O5 Openness to Ideas O6 Openness to Values A1 Trust A2 Straightforwardness A3 Altruism A4 Compliance A5 Modesty A6 Tender-Mindedness C1 Competence C2 Order C3 Dutifulness C4 Achievement Striving C5 Self-Discipline C6 Deliberation 7.1 7.8 6.3 10.4 10.1 6.7 13.1 6.7 6.1 10.2 7.7 7.6 5.7 6.4 6.0 6.5 6.3 50% 48 49 45 56 55 46 63 47 45 56 49 49 44 46 45 46 45 100%

Number of early responses: 0; Number of "No response": 0

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