The enneagram test is based on a personality model founded on the teachings of O. Ichazo and C. Naranjo. In the model, there are 9 interconnected “typologies”. These are represented in the form of a geometric figure with 9 points called an enneagram.
Personality & culture fit
This test is relevant for
All job roles. The results of the test should not be used to make final decisions, but rather to get to know the candidate better and obtain talking points for a (job) interview. It can also be utilized to assigned teams, tasks and projects.
DescriptionThis personality test offers 9 personality types, also called enneatypes. According to this theory, each typology describes a specific worldview and preference for a specific lifestyle. This is visually represented in the form of a geometric figure with 9 points representing the interconnectedness of personalities.
The results page offers a generalized description of the candidate’s personality style, their approach to personal relationships, their style in a professional setting. The results page also discusses in detail the best attributes of each personality type, as well as the main challenges that come with it. It offers tips for more effective communication for those who identify with that style, and tips for others who work with each enneatype. Lastly, there are a number of suggested questions for job interviewers meeting candidates with each one of the 9 styles.