Share your Public Profile with just the click of a button to let people know how to best communicate with you, what you value, where your strengths lie, and how they can support you to do your best work.

Follow the steps below to learn how:

  • When you first get to your ME Dashboard, you will see your personalized header at the top.

  • When you click "VIEW MY PROFILE" under your name, you will be able to see how others would view your profile.

  • To share your Public Profile, click the "SHARE" button. This can be found under your avatar on your ME Dashboard header (shown in both pictures), or in the banner on your Public Profile (shown in picture below).

  • After you click the "SHARE" button, the box below will pop up. This box contains your sharing link and privacy settings. We recommend choosing the privacy setting "everyone," so that anyone you share your link with can view your profile. Profiles cannot be searched outside of your organization, they can only be found via this exact link, within your company Directory on Cloverleaf, or through a team you have accepted an invitation to.

  • Copy the link so you can put it in your email signature, your LinkedIn profile, or share it directly with people.

  • At any time, you can edit the information in your header. Click the "EDIT" icon to the right of your name.

  • Here you can add your company and role, as well as personalize your profile's URL. You can also edit personal account details here.

  • Edit which assessments are visible to others on your Public Profile. The assessments that will appear on your Public Profile will follow the same settings as your ME dashboard. To do this, click your avatar in the upper right hand corner, click settings, scroll down, and then toggle on/off the assessments you would like to appear on your Public Profile.

  • When someone sends you a link to view their Public Profile, this is how their dashboard will appear. Use the Thinking Styles Comparison to learn how to work best with this person. View their insights and other assessments to learn more about how they are wired and work best.

Learn more about why the Public Profile is so powerful here.

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