Is it possible to have real depth of personality assessment, but in a contemporary, user-friendly tool?
This is exactly why Congruity has been created. As practitioners using personality tools every day in our work, we wanted something that met all our needs.
Congruity builds on the strong foundations of the 16-factor model and is also consistent with the widely accepted five-factor model of personality (Big 5). Based on Cattell’s widely respected research, the original model has been thoroughly revised and updated to include themes, concepts and challenges emerging in the new, ultra-connected, change-oriented, global workplace. Congruity is therefore both contemporary and academically rigorous. It is face valid, and yet its foundations lie in sound psychological research.
Some personality tools available in the market take a simplistic, ‘personality-light’ approach. Their insights are based on easily recognised behavioural scales, which, whilst they may gel with users’ own internal frameworks and day-to-day language, do not necessarily cover fully the deeper, fundamental psychological constructs that underpin behaviour.