Bryq provides information on the personality traits of each candidate; while all terms are familiar, it is important to be accurate when talking about specific traits. Understanding the exact meaning of each trait will help you better interpret and utilize the results of Bryq's personality assessment.
For each of the 16 traits below, you will find a link to a separate article. The link contains:
- An overview of the trait and a detailed description.
- Explanations of behaviors commonly associated with people who score low/high on each trait.
- Sample candidate interview questions that will help you gain further understanding of the candidate's behavior on this specific trait.
#1. Traits that describe teamwork:
Dominance: Low range: Cooperative High range: Assertive
Self-Reliance: Low range: Group-oriented High range: Self-reliant
Vigilance: Low range: Trusting High range: Skeptical
#2. Traits that describe work-style:
Abstractedness: Low range: Practical High range: Imaginative
Openness to Change: Low range: Conservative High range: Open to change
Reasoning: Low range: Concrete High range: Abstract
Perfectionism: Low range: Flexible High range: Perfectionist
#3. Traits that describe social skills:
Liveliness: Low range: Serious High range: Enthusiastic
Social Boldness: Low range: Hesitant High range: Outgoing
Privateness: Low range: Forthright High range: Diplomatic
Warmth: Low range: Reserved High range: Warm
#4. Traits that describe personality:
Apprehension: Low range: Confident High range: Apprehensive
Sensitivity: Low range: Objective High range: Sensitive
Emotional Stability: Low range: Reactive High range: Adaptive
Tension: Low range: Easygoing High range: High-energy
Rule-Consciousness: Low range: Non-conforming High range: Rule-conscious