Analysis Results

Here are the results of your test

This value circle tells you what different values mean to you respondent’s name at work. When starting to familiarise yourself with your values, first find three values on the circle that have received the highest scores (numerical values). These values are presented protruding from the circle. Occasionally, two values may have received almost the same score, ie. 6,42 and 6,44. Both of these results appear on the value circle as 6,4. In the test result report, the application takes into account the higher value of these two.

See, on which side of the value circle your values are situated. Values on the left side of the circle represent values of those who are open to change: hedonism, stimulation and self-direction. Values on the right side of the circle represent values of those who prefer conservation: tradition, conformity and security. Values on the lower part of the circle are values of those who value self-enhancement. These values are power and achievement. Values on the upper part of the circle are values reflecting self-transcendence: universalism and benevolence.

If the most important values to you are situated on the opposite sides of the value circle, it is probable that from time to time you are confronted with tension caused by your values. This means that in your work you may need to ponder more frequently on which values your activity is based. If there is tension between your values, the test results will tell you how this tension may affect your working.

You can read more about interpreting the Value Circle and utilising the test result in a PDF-file, which has been sent to the email address you have given. You can also download the file by clicking the button below.


How do I utilise the test results?

As an example, you can utilise the results of the Worklife Value Test in the following way:

  • Take the results of the Worklife Value Test with you to the performance appraisal with your superior. Going through the results together help both you and your superior to develop your work.
  • Review the results of the Worklife Value Test in relation to your own team and your role in it. The results will help you to better understand your team’s operation and possible challenges related to it.
  • If you are unsatisfied with your work, you can consider whether your work lets you implement the values that are important to you. If you discover that this is not the fact, consider your possibilities to develop your own skills and job to allign them with your values more.

Read in the following what your Worklife Values tell about you.