Personality-trait: agreeableness

Personality-trait: agreeableness

Agreeableness distingishes people who enjoy working with others and are trusting, from people who are more competitive and prefer to work alone. Different levels of Agreeableness determines how someone is likely to lead a team: authoritarian and assertive or co-operative and permissive. Depending on an individual’s Agreeableness, they might prefer a product that they can share, or one that will allow them to be better than others.

Example question:  I believe others have good intentions.

Adjectives associated with agreeableness

Low High
Competitive, assertive, leader, "say things how they are", independent, unhelpful, suspicious, unfriendly, aggressive. Pleasant, accommodating, "pushover", empathetic, considerate, friendly, generous, helpful, trusting, teamworking, optimistic about others, altruistic, believes that others are honest, decent and trustworthy. May find it difficult if others are not working together well, which may cause them to give ground more easily in a debate.

Preferences associated with agreeableness

Based on our insights from www.PreferenceTool.com

Low High
Jack the Ripper, Occult, Theatre of Tragedy, The Communist Manifesto, Michel Foucault, Atheism, Friedrich Nietzsche, Cigarettes, Eyes Wide Shut Crosswalk.com, Elementary education, "Helping others", Louise Hay, Ultimate frisbee, C.S. Lewis, "enjoying life", acoustic guitar