Which team type are you?
Take the team role personality test!

A successful team needs diversity and balance: What are your strengths and weaknesses (potentials)? What is your role in your team? It doesn’t matter if you are the fun guy or prefer to stay out of the spotlight: It takes very different characters to keep a project flowing – everyone is important and contributes to the team’s success. Are you the creative thinker or a problem-solver? Take our quick test and find it out.

This personality test measures two independent dimensions of personality: Introverted/Extroverted and Task-Oriented/People-Oriented. The test contains 10 word groups.

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This test is a simplified model.

If you complete the Team Roles Personality Test, you will get the result of the following four personality types:

  1. 💝 Dominant style: The maker

    After all, you are the one who pulls all the strings together: You are ambitious and efficient. You don’t just carry out orders, you are the driving force behind the project: you make sure that the team doesn’t get lost in the planning, but actually makes progress.

  • 💛 Influential style: The creator

    You are the creative soul of the group: When creativity is needed, you are in the right place! You have a lot of ideas that excite you so much that you can’t hold back. Your great strength is also convincing others of your visions.

  • 💚 Steady style: The connector

    They call you the social part of the team and are sent ahead when the project needs sensitive communication. You know exactly how to deal with different stakeholders, always ensure the right atmosphere and build a strong team culture on your own responsibility.

  • 💙 Compliant style: The analyst

    You have the problem-solving potential: You are critical and detail-oriented and questioning everything. No mistake gets past you and every decision is first analyzed in all facets before you decide. That’s exactly what your team appreciates about you: your alert, professional eye.

  • DISC model diagramm for a better understanding

    DISC model diagramm for a better understanding