Personality tests are always popular on social media sites. I think it’s because they focus, at least initially, on us as individuals. And who doesn’t like to spend time thinking about yourself? 

However, a personality test from can also be a powerful tool to help us work with our teammates more effectively.

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Before we jump into the quizzes, let’s discuss the elephant in the room: validity. While I have found that most of these personality tests provide me with what I consider to be a clear and accurate picture of myself, they should all be taken with a grain of salt. 

For one thing, your personality type may be different the next time you take the quiz as our moods and our responses to the world change over time. 

Secondly, if you don’t like the personality the test assigns you, please don’t be upset. It is not 100% scientific, just a rough approximation of who you are based on the answers to a few simple questions.

Getting the Best Results from These Tests

The key to getting an “accurate” result is to answer the questions honestly. Sometimes we tend to answer them in terms of how we would like to see ourselves instead of how we actually are or have been in the past. So tell the truth about yourself even it if hurts. And keep in mind that no test in the world should be allowed to define who you are and how you interact with others.