Personalities are a funny thing. Especially in the world of real estate, you’re likely dealing with a lot of quirky personalities day in and day out.
Before you can begin to understand the people around you, you must understand yourself. Taking a personality test can help bring characteristics to light that you’ve never recognized in yourself. It can also help you develop deeper empathy for coworkers, managers and clients by understanding their personalities better.
Here are a few helpful tests you can take today, in order to better understand yourself and others.
Myers Briggs looks at 16 different personality types, each one containing four letters that speak to certain personality tendencies. The letters can stand for either extroverted or introverted, sensing or intuitive, thinking or feeling, and judging or perceiving.
StrengthsFinder is geared toward discovering your strengths and how you can harness them to improve yourself personally and professionally. There are 36 different strengths that can be assigned. The test will assign your top five and help explain how you can best use them to move forward.
The Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator test assigns one of nine numbers to you that names a basic personality trait. This test focuses on your innate personality, taking it back to genetics and your temperament as a child.