Designed and constructed in 2005, the ColourFootprint system draws on the work of Karl Jung in the 1900s, and is influenced by the Myers Briggs Type Indicator and the work of Meredith Belbin.

It offers a simple and yet wide ranging insight into individual working styles, team dynamics, our own strengths and weaknesses, how we can enhance our personal development and ultimately, provides competitive business advantage.


Learning to think in colour helps us to develop better relationships and communication in order to get the best out of other people and deliver the best ourselves.

When you understand ColourFootprint you will be better equipped to:

  • Really understand the impact you have on others
  • Understand what motivates you
  • Understand the inherent skills you have and how you can best use them
  • Improve rapport and trust with others
  • Build effective relationships
  • Retain and improve focus and co-operation in your team
  • Improve your confidence when networking
  • Be direct without the worry of causing offence


It is based on a simple concept. There are four colours - red, blue, green and yellow - each representing a cluster of behaviours. We all have one predominant colour and understanding what your ColourFootprint is, and where others also fit, will allow you to communicate and influence effectively, whomever you are dealing with.

Our simple 10 minute questionnaire is comprehensive and effective. It enables an individual to look into a mirror and see themselves as others see them.