GFB Personality Profile
Drawing on their experience as Global leaders in people assessment, GFB have developed a user friendly, clear and modern trait and
narrative report which is built based on an individual’s responses to the reliable, robust and well validated Occupational Personality Questionnaire (OPQ).
The GFB Trait and Narrative report summarises the 21 most important personality traits which impact performance at work, based on our 22 years’ experience in supporting our clients. It provides summary scores along with a narrative explanation of how these traits may be demonstrated.
The 21 traits have been categorised into 3 key areas:
Self-Presentation and Sociability – how we are likely to interact with others
Thinking and Operational Style – how we are likely to work on tasks and projects
Emotional Adjustment – how our drives and emotions are likely to impact how we work
The questionnaire behind the report is the extremely
well validated SHL Occupational Personality
Questionnaire (OPQ32) reimagined which is the most
widely used measure of behavioural style in the
world. The questions are available in over 30
languages and takes approximately 20 minutes to
The GFB Trait and Narrative report provides a good range of traits across the key areas and is easy to understand, interpret and apply in the workplace.
GFB can provide feedback and interpretation support for the trait and narrative report as required. Alternatively, it can be accessed and administered directly by clients if it’s use is overseen by an
individual with the relevant BPS Occupational Test User Personality accreditation.
GFB Role Match Profile
GFB also offer the option to build a role match profile based on the requirements of a specific role. Once the GFB team have reviewed requirements and built this specific profile, the resulting report can be accessed by users who are not BPS accredited because the interview guide and report, which is available automatically, take into account the requirements of the role.
The profile match report and interview guide highlight the key traits that have been identified as required to be successful in the role and show how the candidate’s scores have indicated where they are a good fit and where elements of the role may be challenging, in order to help with the recruitment process.