Are You Influenced By Others Emotions in the Workplace?
My affintus Preference Report: Reactiveness
I’ve taken a fair number of assessments throughout my life. Most of which were taken in an academic
setting during a Psychology or Sociology course in college. When I applied to work at affintus I was
actively searching for open employment opportunities. affintus was the first pre-hire job match
solution I encountered during the application process. I had never been
pre-screened for an interview with a personal assessment before and I can distinctly
remember thinking, “Hmm this is different”.
Little did I know how different the affini-T preference
report really was when compared to traditional hiring methodology. The match report details your specific
learning strengths, work style preferences and cultural fit within the
workplace. Then places applicants in
positions where they will most likely be top performers.
dimension of reactiveness can be found under the work style preferences
category in the match report. The
dimension illustrates an applicant’s disposition when affected by external
events and what is going on around them.
Below is my report:
The description over viewing my reactiveness score
ultimately detailed me perfectly.
‘Laurie does not worry about things that are beyond control’, I have
never been reactive by nature and worrying about things outside of my spectrum
of control have never been a top priority.
I prefer to keep calm when I am surrounded by high levels of emotion in
the workplace and the affintus report detailed this perfectly.
What kind of work culture do you prefer? Does it match your
If you want to find out, fill out the form below or email
me: marketing [at] affintus.com and I will email you a link to the
questionnaire and your own report when you complete it.