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Thomas' Personality assessment provides you with insight into the underlying personality traits that drive how you work and interact with people around you.

Understanding your results

Once you have completed the assessment, you will be presented with your results in a form very similar to the example below:

You will be presented with an overview of each of the 6 personality traits (defined below) in more detail, as well as some development tips for your consideration.

To help us improve the content, you are welcome to give an indication as to whether the results sound like you; this can be done by selecting a relevant option in the Sound like you? section.

It is important to understand that there are no good or bad personality traits or preferences. Each person can derive specific strengths and value from their personality profile.

The 6 personality traits


This trait combines self-discipline, an organised approach to work and the ability to control impulses which others might give in to.


How individuals tend to react emotionally to stress, external events, pressures and relationships.


How an individual approaches novelty, innovation, change, new information and methods.

Risk Approach

How someone deals with, or confronts, challenging, difficult or threatening situations.

Ambiguity Acceptance

An individual’s reaction to complexity and contradictory information; situations where outcomes, decisions, argument and evidence are not immediately obvious or clear.


An individual’s relative desire to win, need for power and reaction to winning and losing.

How your Personality results can help you

Thomas Profile can be a valuable resource for your personal or professional development. Understanding your results is the first step towards building awareness of yourself and the impact you have on others.

Your Personality results can be a valuable resource for your personal or professional development, as it enables you to gain a better and deeper understanding of your personality and the implications it has within a working context.

You may find it useful to refer to your personality results when you make a significant change in your life like starting a new job, finishing education or meeting lots of new people.

We trust you found this article valuable. Please get in touch if there are specific topics you would like to read more about.

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