Currently, 19% of people completing the MoralDNA™ profile are Teachers. First of all, if you’ve taken the test and received the Teacher profile this certainly does not mean you should start teaching language and maths to other people’s children! What it does mean is that your primary concern is the Ethic of Care. This suggests your decision-making is based predominantly on emotional intelligence or empathy. … Continue reading What does it mean to be a “Teacher” in the MoralDNA™ Test?
Very recently Hogan Assessments published results of an internet survey of about 1000 employed persons. People were asked to describe the bad and good bosses they had worked for. compare hotels . The results are very interesting and are consistent with our own findings with MoralDNA™ which we will be sharing over the coming weeks. What makes a bad boss bad? Most people find the following … Continue reading Bad bosses and good bosses
In this post I try to read my own MoralDNA™ profile and use it as my ethical mirror. I hope this will help you read your own profile. In case you have just arrived at this post from outer space, visit www.moraldna.org and do the questionnaire and get your report (it’s free). Don’t worry, I will wait. Trust me, you will learn some things about … Continue reading How to read my MoralDNA™ profile