The Reflector Big Five (RBF) is a personality and competence instrument that is characterized by a close relationship to the current work situation. It is based on the world's most widely used construct for mapping personality, the Five Factor Model (FFM, Big Five).
The test provides a deep insight into individual personality traits, which are divided into the following 5 factors consisting of 24 facets:
The two-part results report of the RBFP first outlines the personality profile. This "map" of personal preferences can be used to create detailed analyses that are used in many fields of application.
The second part of the evaluation - the competence report - answers the question of what influence these stable personality dispositions have on the expression of competencies. Competencies as our daily fields of action in everyday work can be developed, but their expression depends on personality. The personality thus virtually determines our speed of development. The test thus provides valuable information on the correct handling of development areas, for example when it comes to the question of whether it is better to develop or to compensate.
The Reflector Big Five personality test is used in:
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