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Extraversion is the third dimension of the Big Five Model.

It refers to a person's position of conviviality, fierceness, and enthusiasm.

People who score high in extraversion are gregarious, energetic, and sociable.

They enjoy being around others and thrive in social situations and tend to be garrulous, suggestive and are frequently seen as attractive and confident.

Those who score low in extraversion may prefer solitary conditioning and may be more reticent and introspective.


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Put the People in the Centre

Put the People in the Centre

By understanding our own and others' traits, we can make better decisions, build stronger relationships, and improve our personal and professional lives.

In today's fast-paced and highly competitive business world, it's easy to become focused on creating and selling products. While products...


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Openness is the first dimension of the Big Five Model.

It represents a person's amenability to witness new effects and their position of creativity and imagination.

People who score high in openness tend to be curious, audacious, and intellectually curious.

They enjoy exploring ...


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The study of the Human's Personality

The study of the Human's Personality

Personality psychology is a fascinating field that seeks to understand the fundamental traits and characteristics that make individuals unique.

One of the most widely accepted frameworks in this field is the Big Five Model, also known as the...


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Conscientiousness is the alternate dimension of the Big Five Model. It reflects a person's position of association, responsibility, and responsibility.

People who score high in conscientiousness are generally organized and dependable, and they take their duties and scores seriously.



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Agreeableness is the fourth dimension of the Big Five Model. It reflects a person's position of empathy, cooperativeness, and kindness. People who score high in agreeableness tend to be compassionate, considerate, and collaborative.

They value harmony and seek to avoid conflict and are freq...


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Neuroticism is the fifth dimension of the Big Five Model.

It represents a person's position of emotional insecurity and reactivity.

People who score high in neuroticism tend to witness negative feelings more intensively and are more prone to anxiety, solicitude, and mood swings.


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Putting people at the center of your business strategy is crucial for building trust, enhancing employee satisfaction, encouraging customer loyalty, driving innovation, and creating a positive social impact. By prioritizing people over products, you can build a successful and sustainable business that makes a meaningful difference in the world. Here we discuss about the Big 5 Personality Model and how recognize the main traits of people to better take our strategic decisions.


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