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The Emergenetics Profile reveals the way you prefer to think and behave.

Developed through years of psychometric research, the Emergenetics Profile was developed to distinctively measure how you prefer to think and behave. It accurately measures the seven attributes of every individual:

These attributes were identified by reviewing research from a wider body of academic literature covering personality, psychology and neuroscience. These results were then subjected to rigorous statistical analysis.

The Emergenetics Profile forms the foundation of our team and organisation intervention programmes. Because the data of each attribute is normed, individuals are able to compare their results with others, identifying gaps and potential blind spots in a team and organisational work.

Strengths of the Emergenetics Profile:

  • Meets Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing
  • Uses Likert Scale (not YES/NO forced-choice questions) to measure the intensity
  • Strong validity and reliability, including test-retest data
  • Regular norming to ensure consistency and accuracy

Read more about the science behind the Emergenetics Profile here.

The Emergenetics Profile Questionnaire is valid, reliable, and doesn’t label or put you into boxes.

The Emergenetics Profile

The Emergenetics Profile Metaphor

The Emergenetics Profile Report Gives Insights to these and more…

Out of the four thinking approaches, which do you tend to use most of the time?


How do you tend to behave when it comes to social interactions?


How do you tend to behave when confronted with change?


How do you compare with others in your team and organisation?


How do you tend to behave when pushing a point across?

Applications of the Emergenetics Profile

Besides raising awareness of the individual, we bring you to “what’s next” as you use the data to learn to work and collaborate with others.

Use the profile and its complementary team reports to enhance team effectiveness, understand team dynamics and develop strategies to “plug the gap”.

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