Personality profiling – what’s it all about???

Young people who have the opportunity to be part of our ‘Building Self-Belief’ programme get the chance to complete their own personality assessment.  We believe this can be a powerful tool for 16-25 year olds as they navigate the complexities of the world and try to understand themselves better. Here are some of the benefits of personality profiling:

Self-discovery: Personality profiling helps individuals understand their strengths, weaknesses, values, and interests. This can be incredibly empowering and can give young people a sense of direction and purpose.

Better relationships: Our colour model of behaviours also helps young people understand how their personality affects the way they interact with others. By gaining insight into how they communicate and relate to others, they can develop stronger, more meaningful relationships.


Career development: Personality profiling can help young people choose careers that align with their strengths, values, and interests. This can lead to greater job satisfaction and career success.

Improved communication: As part of our course we look at different styles of communication.  Helping young people understand how others see them and how they can communicate more effectively with a range of people is really powerful. This can be especially useful in the workplace and in personal relationships.

Increased self-awareness: Personality profiling helps individuals understand their behaviour, thoughts, and emotions. This increased self-awareness can lead to better decision-making, improved relationships, and greater life satisfaction.


At TCWF we believe that understanding yourself is a valuable tool for young people as they navigate the challenges and opportunities of adulthood. Whether they are exploring their own identity, improving their relationships, or developing their careers, personality profiling can provide useful insights and support.