The AssessFirst circle graph


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The AssessFirst circle graph provides a snapshot of how people naturally function.

It gives a summary, based on four key factors, of how people are positioned in the 20 traits assessed by the AssessFirst personality questionnaire. Once your recruiter account has been opened, you will get free access to this type of analysis for all your candidates and access to the advanced features of AssessFirst (as part of the paid package).


Leadership

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This factor corresponds to a person’s tendency to be assertive in their relationships with others and to position themselves as a leader.

Creativity

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This factor corresponds to a person’s tendency to think outside the box, listen to their intuition and spontaneously express their emotions.

Empathy


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This factor corresponds to a person’s tendency to be open and put themselves in other people’s position to understand them from the inside.

Structure


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This factor corresponds to a person’s tendency to methodically organize their work, focus on details and establish firm decisions.



Each combination of these four factors is matched with one of the six AssessFirst personality “types”.

Depending on the weighting of these four factors in a person’s profile, they can be characterized by one of the six AssessFirst “types”.


The Promoter


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The Promoter is someone who is determined and willful. Proactive, they are always on the lookout for suggestions and actions to take their work forward. They approach their job flexibly and can easily handle change and unexpected events. The engaging way in which they present their ideas leaves little room for other people to doubt them: they are someone who people want to follow. They are leaders and have a desire for continuous progress that make them an incredible driving force in a team.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Leadership
  • Creativity

The Facilitator


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Rarely short of ideas, The Facilitator easily takes the initiative. They like to bring about developments in their work and need to be stimulated to avoid becoming bored. They place a lot of importance on their suggestions suiting the people with whom they work. This is because they know how to be attentive and favor the group when decisions need to be made. They are capable of forging ahead and also taking a good look at themselves based on the feedback they receive. They know how to strengthen connections in teams.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Creativity
  • Empathy

The Coordinator


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Producing high-quality work is a priority objective for The Coordinator. Exact, precise, and structured, they take care to not make mistakes when they produce something. They owe this conscientious character to the importance they place on other people’s viewpoints. They are attentive to their ideas, their suggestions and their feedback. In this sense they are easy to work with, as they leave room for others, are there for them if needed and are meticulous in the fulfilment of their duties.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Empathy
  • Structure

The Organiser


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The Organiser has complementary qualities that enable them to both set the direction for projects and see them through to completion. Factual in their analysis, they pay special attention to the reliability of the decisions they make and the work they carry out. They are demanding about following procedures and don’t think twice about pointing this out to people with whom they work. They do everything in their power to achieve the outcome they set for themselves, even if this damages the quality of their relationships.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Structure
  • Leadership

The Trainer


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The Trainer is the key person in the teamwork process. Focused on others, they have a certain ability to create and develop connections. For example, developing their network is an activity in which they excel. They are a driving force who can both set a dynamic and be there to support their colleagues. They are firmly team players who are concerned about the group. Carrying out a project alone doesn’t make much sense for them; the interpersonal sphere is where they thrive and make a real difference.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Leadership
  • Empathy

The Director


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There is a common belief that creativity and precision are opposing forces – The Director is the counterexample of this. They adapt very easily to change and want a stimulating job with a sustained pace of work. They also place a lot of importance on producing high-quality work. They take care not to become bogged down in grand ideas and pay special attention to seeing their projects through to the end. Being independent in how they conduct their work, they are more focused on their assignment than the interpersonal aspects of their job.

Their two most striking factors are: 

  • Creativity
  • Structure


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