Create the Best Company Culture
Test for the Humble trait to create a team of people who are not prideful or arrogant
Having a competent, realistic and modest idea of one’s abilities but not being prideful or arrogant.
Competence through knowing the limit of one’s abilities. Being willing to admit one’s limitations but knowing one’s strengths. A willingness to be a servant to others and put others first. Realizes one doesn’t know things when one could easily jump to wrong conclusions.
What the Trait is NOT
A measure of self-confidence, self esteem or competence.
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Closely Related Tests
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Extreme Low Range
Less than 25. Because there is only one right answer out of 5 for each question, 20 could be achieved by just guessing answers. Likely to have a very blown up idea of one’s abilities and being very prideful or arrogant. A special type of incompetence that would affect some support positions more than other positions.
26 to 38. Likely to have a blown up idea of one’s abilities and being prideful or a little arrogant. See less than 25 above for more information.
39 to 48. Likely to have a borderline blown up idea of one’s abilities and being borderline prideful or a little arrogant. See less than 25 above for more information.
49 to 56. Likely to have a mostly realistic and modest idea of one’s abilities and seldom being overly arrogant.
57 to 69. Likely to have a competent, realistic and modest idea of one’s abilities and seldom being arrogant.
Extreme High Range
70 to 100. Likely to have a very competent, realistic and modest idea of one’s abilities but rarely being arrogant.
For Manager Empathy
People who score well on the humble trait will put others first and admit their own limitations. This helps the team as whole progress with realistic expectations.