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About RB

Are you a student or graduate considering a career in FMCG? Or have you already started a career in consumer goods but are looking for a new challenge? A career at RB gives you the opportunity to make a difference, make decisions and get real training, doing real work.

You could get the chance to work on one of our 19 Powerbrands, which are famous around the world. RB is a global consumer goods leader in health, hygiene and home with a purpose of delivering innovative solutions for healthier lives and happier homes. Products sold in almost 200 countries, with offices in over 60 countries and supported by 32,000 insanely driven employees from many different nationalities worldwide.

We have the highest rate of innovation of our peers. But the power behind our brands are our colleagues - they are the game changers. Talented, driven and entrepreneurial individuals, all working together.

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ABOUT Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of Business Psychology

Be yourself. It's the only thing others can't be.

RB has developed this interactive profiling game in conjunction with Dr Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, to pinpoint key personality attributes and character traits. By playing you can learn more about yourself and get a deeper understanding of how you respond to certain situations and how this may relate to future career and work environment choices you make.

RB has a unique culture and while RB might not be right for everyone, Profile me helps highlight typical RB traits that you may share. At RB, these traits (shared by the majority of senior level employees) can often lead to a successful career.

Dr. Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic is an international authority in personality and psychological profiling and is currently Head of Engagement and Employability, Goldsmiths University of London


The willingness to take calculated risks and venture into uncertain territories.


Compared to most people you are quite audacious. While the full implications of a decision may not yet be fully clear, you will follow your gut fearlessly. You will act rather than not - and rarely suffer from paralysis by analysis. You are less likely than the average person to inhibit your behaviours in the face of potential threats or failure (even if it means changing the rules of the game).

However you need to realise this increases the likelihood you'll make mistakes - but you are up for that. For you, there are benefits of being a risk-taker; it's part of how you learn, grow and triumph. In the famous words of T.S Eliot: "Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go." You'd better work in a place that thinks the same!


Compared to most people you are extremely vigilant . You assess the implications and consequences of your behaviours, preferring to think before you act. Of course, this may not always be possible, but you are still more likely to exercise control in the face of potential threats or failure.

On the upside, this decreases your propensity to make mistakes and you can be trusted to assess situations and opportunity fully. However, you must be careful not to suffer paralysis by analysis and let opportunity pass you by. Moreover, if you don't try new things you may end up stuck in the same routine over and over again, and you only really learn, grow and triumph if you can gamble a bit.

In the famous words of T.S Eliot: "Only those who will risk going too far can possibly find out how far they can go."


Expressing your views in a straight forward way (whatever you think).


You are generally seen as direct and straight talking. You say what you mean and you mean what you say. Indeed, political-correctness is not a quality you revel in and you can be brutally honest at times. Politics in organisations is not something you like to play or tolerate. And you don't shy away from giving negative feedback to others.

On the one hand, people like you should be admired for their honesty. As someone once said, "a lie may take care of the present, but it has no future.

Social etiquette in some places dictates that we should try to suppress our real thoughts, emotions and behaviours a philosophy you don't subscribe to. You prefer transparency and honesty, some will be inspired that you express your thoughts directly; others may find you a bit intimidating.


You are generally considerate of other people and tend to act in ways that avoids upsetting them. At times, this also means hiding your thoughts and emotions, especially when it would mean giving negative feedback to others or hurting them.

On the one hand, people like you are the cornerstone of civilisation and make living in groups easier: if you think about it, many forms of social etiquette aim to suppress our real thoughts, emotions and behaviours.

On the other hand, if you are too concerned about what others think you may "sit on the fence" too often and miss out on interesting discussion and debate. Furthermore, it is often absolutely necessary at times to convey a hurtful truth if you want to help others improve. A lie may conveniently help you take care of the present, but it surely has no real future.


The desire to get ahead, compete and achieve big things.


You are naturally ambitious and enjoy competing with others and yourself. You set yourself high standards and relish the chance to achieve and accomplish.

You take tasks seriously and are generally motivated by rewards: whether it is the need to acquire power, prestige, recognition, or financial gains, you are always hungry for more and others can see this.

People like you come across as passionate and are seen as confident individuals with an appetite for leadership. At the heart of this trait is a robust belief in yourself and your ability to attain your goals.

People like you have real fire in their belly and are destined to persist, even in the face of adversity.


You get satisfaction from working on things that matter to you. Money, titles and reward don't motivate you, compared with job satisfaction and finding meaning and purpose in the tasks you undertake.

You come across as friendly and cooperative and work well as part of a team, taking direction well. You can sometimes be mistaken for lacking passion and drive but you are simply laid-back and content with what you have.

You do best working solo on projects, taking particular pleasure in tasks that interest you personally. Not seeking the limelight you are confident in your ability to accomplish important goals, but modest in your celebration of them to those around you.


The ability to stay calm under pressure and avoid being buffeted by your emotions.


You have an admirable ability to stay calm under pressure. Indeed, even in stressful times you are quite capable of acting calmly and wisely (or at least as wisely as you would under calmer circumstances!)

People like you tend to not feel the pressure unless in extreme circumstances, and perform to the best of your abilities when the stakes are high. At the core of this trait lies an emotional serenity that makes you a well-adjusted, stable person.

That said, there are some drawbacks of being so calm and stable: namely that you are probably quite susceptible to boredom if there is no pressure, and that your confidence in your abilities may often make you less "coachable indeed, being insufficiently critical of yourself and your performance makes it harder to change.


You are able to take a neutral stance in stressful situations, preferring to take a more reflective approach to chaos. Knowing that in times of increased stress you do not perform at your best (or at least you don't perform as effectively as you would in calmer circumstances).

People like you are driven by emotions and wear your heart on your sleeve. You offer solace and support in quiet reflective times. Being emotionally charged you are a sensitive soul and are affected by events going on around you.

You are also very coachable and learn quickly which is good as you are often prone to boredom. However, this may also be due to your self criticism when it comes to assessing your own performance.

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