First off, thanks @Wake for linking me this a while back. Second, I apologize if someone has already posted it. Third, I'm just posting the results, I'm not implying I necessarily agree. Please keep in mind that these are general trends over a small sample size and do not account for exceptions.
The actual study.
Here are the number of participants:
Here are the OPQ results (and my awesome MS Paint skills):
Here are the Big Five results:
So looking at this, it implies:
Type 1: RLOAN/RLOEN
Type 2: ScOAI/ScUAI
Type 3: ScOei
Type 4: RLUAI/RLUEI
Type 5: RlOEI/RlUEI
Type 6: sLOEN/sLUEN/sLOAN/sLUAN
Type 7: SCUEI/SCUAI
Type 8: SCOEI
Type 9: RCUAN
Here are the Great Eight Competencies results:Enjoy!Ones, on average show a good potential in Organising & Executing and Applying Expertise & Technology;
Twos – in Working with People;
Threes – in Leading & Deciding, Interacting & Presenting and Entrepreneurial & Commercial Thinking;
Fours – in Creating & Innovating;
Fives – in Applying Expertise & Technology and Creating & Innovating;
Sevens – in Interacting & Presenting;
Eights – in Adapting & Coping, Leading & Deciding, Interacting & Presenting, Creating & Innovating and Entrepreneurial & Commercial Thinking;
Nines, show a good potential in Adapting & Coping.
Sixes did not show any particularly high scores.