Personal Profiling Questionnaires

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About Mental Toughness – MTQ48

The MTQ48 is a high quality psychometric measure used to asses Mental Toughness. Mental Toughness describes the mind-set that every person adopts in everything they do. Mental Toughness shows how people deal with challenges. The online questionnaire enables individuals to develop the skills needed to respond effectively to the pressures in the work environment.

Mental Toughness Scale What this means
Control Life control- I can really do it
Emotional control- I can manage myself and others emotions


Commitment Goal Setting- I will do it
Achieving- I’ll do whatever it takes to achieve my goal


Challenge Risk Taking- I will push myself
Learning from experiences- Setbacks are opportunities for learning


Confidence In Abilities- I have the ability to do it
Interpersonal Confidence- I can influence others


How can we assess Mental Toughness? We can assess Mental Toughness through a unique 48 item high quality psychometric measure.

Can we develop Mental Toughness?

Yes. We can help someone change their mental toughness or show someone how to adopt the behaviours that a mentally tough person would adopt.





The first image is showing the scale which can be achieved by doing the Mental Toughness Questionnaire. Each answer given to the questionnaire will fall within a number. Once they have finished the Questionnaire they will see which number was the most popular. Where it will then fall into a category, showed in the 2nd image. The categories are Mentally sensitive, Average/Typical and Mentally Tough. Therefore at the end they will fit into a category for their overall mental toughness.


About Leadership – MTQ72

The MTQ72 is a short questionnaire which assesses individuals leadership style and their leadership effectiveness. It gives training and coaching professionals the insight they need to tailor their approach to individual managers.  The online questionnaire is made up of 72 questions and takes just minutes to complete.

Scale Scale Description Poles
Goal orientation


How important achieving goals is to the leader The Means v The End
Motivation What the leader believes is the prime path to motivation


The Task v The Person
Engagement How leaders will engage with others


Flexible v Dogmatic
Control The extent to which leaders need to be in control


De- Centralised v Centralised
Recognition The leaders preferred approach to recognition


Reward v Punishment
Structure How important structure is to the leader


Structured v Organic

How can we assess Leadership?

We can assess Leadership through a unique 72 questionnaire.