The Personal Preferences Profile or PPP was first designed to assist job seekers, but since the PPP is about thinking patterns and choices, as you may imagine it can apply to any circumstances to better help you understand more about yourself and others, and navigate human communications more effectively.

The PPP is a living and breathing program and we continuously test new applications, some which have included:

  • Discovery of Learning Preferences of Students to better align and deliver learning material
  • Matching of Job Seeker Preferences to the needs of employers to maximise job satisfaction, cultural fit and minimise cost of hire.
  • Measure the level of individual engagement across a range of situations and activities
  • Assess suitability for personnel/ advisor appointments across various situations
  • Team formation and team building
  • Market, Company, Charity assessments
  • Stakeholder engagement
  • Self-learning and discovery