What is your Personality Title?

What is your Personality Title?
30 July 2019

We are all capable of behaving in different ways on different occasions and in different circumstances. That is why, as members of teams, we often take on different roles and responsibilities, which might not be entirely suited to us but need to be done.

 

Following are the Personality Titles and their description :

1. Director
Characteristics: Factual, Deliberate, Assertive and Gregarious.
Style: Commanding Organizer.
Description: energetic, resourceful, achiever, uses resources of
people, makes things happen, plans ahead, uses personal flair,
calm and controlled, responsible, experienced.
Possible points to improve: slowness to react, lack of imagination,
over-confidence.
Careers: bank manager, general manager, hotel manager, officer
in armed forces, production manager, retail manager, transport
manager.


2. Opportunist
Characteristics: Factual, Spontaneous, Assertive and Gregarious.
Style: Commanding Implementer.
Description: persuasive, fast moving, energetic, often hard
working, likes authority, shows flair, influential, an achiever.
Possible points to improve: lack of caution, taking on too many
things, demanding, impatient.
Careers: advertising executive, auctioneer, club secretary, estate
agent, funds organizer, politician, public relations director,
senior administrator, sports coach or manager.


3. Coach
Characteristics: Imaginative, Deliberate, Assertive and
Gregarious.
Style: Commanding Planner.
Description: takes pressure, has authority, clear, purposeful, skilled
with people, sensitive, caring, active, involved, firm, altruistic.
Possible points to improve: over-protective, too involved, identifies
too strongly with other’s problems.
Careers: doctor, osteopath, psychologist, senior nursing officer,
senior teacher, social worker, youth worker.


4. Crusader
Characteristics: Imaginative, Spontaneous, Assertive and
Gregarious.
Style: Commanding Experimenter.

Description: considerate, thoughtful, inspired, spontaneous,
insightful, caring, active, idealistic, involved, intense.
Possible points to improve: impulsiveness, may ‘tread on toes’,
too involved, demanding.
Careers: beautician, equal opportunities adviser, courier, demonstrator,
drama teacher, journalist, public relations executive,
union representative.

5. Completer
Characteristics: Factual, Deliberate, Passive and Gregarious.
Style: Facilitating Organizer.
Description: ‘people-person’, adaptable, likeable, stable, reassuring,
reasonable, orderly, practical, trustworthy.
Possible points to improve: conventional, predictable, unimaginative,
easily led, accommodating.
Careers: ambulance crew, armed forces, cashier, fireman, guard,
nurse, police officer, prison officer.


6. Associate
Characteristics: Factual, Spontaneous, Passive and Gregarious.
Style: Facilitating Implementer.
Description: stable, dependable, conforms, exceptional team
member, resourceful, tactful, understanding, reassuring,
popular, enthusiastic, capable.
Possible points to improve: tends to give way, avoids conflict,
taken advantage of, under-uses potential.
Careers: airline cabin crew, bar person, dental assistant, hairdresser,
junior teacher, play leader, secretary, sports or gym
assistant, team leader.


7. Confidant
Characteristics: Imaginative, Deliberate, Passive and Gregarious.
Style: Facilitating Planner.
Description: insightful, skilled, thoughtful, sympathetic, tactful,
discreet, caring, democratic, resourceful.
Possible points to improve: indulgence, compliance.

Careers: hospital porter, house parent, mental nurse, nursery
teacher, remedial teacher, social worker, therapist.


8. Colleague
Characteristics: Imaginative, Spontaneous, Passive and
Gregarious.
Style: Facilitating Experimenter.
Description: responsive, experimenting, curious, eager,
impulsive, team person, friendly, empathetic, enthusiastic, fun.
Possible points to improve: easily bored, not a finisher, lacks
caution, disorganized, unsettled.
Careers: counsellor, marketing assistant, nursery nurse, receptionist,
retail assistant, stage hand, waiter/waitress.


9. Arranger
Characteristics: Factual, Deliberate, Assertive and Solitary.
Style: Consulting Organizer.
Description: factual, analytical, formidable, clear, cool, sharp,
penetrating, self-reliant, business-like, detached, assertive,
clever.
Possible points to improve: unsentimental, competitive, sceptical,
detached, intolerant.
Careers: barrister, customs officer, police inspector, solicitor, tax
inspector, work study officer.


10. Adviser
Characteristics: Factual, Spontaneous, Assertive and Solitary.
Style: Consulting Implementer.
Description: determined, single-minded, purposeful, energetic,
sees opportunities, persistent, enterprising, takes initiative,
impatient.
Possible points to improve: does not consider feelings, exploits
others, appears selfish, aggressive.
Careers: buyer, club manager, commodities or futures broker,
entrepreneur, importer/exporter, market trader, property speculator,
road manager, sales director.

11. Designer
Characteristics: Imaginative, Deliberate, Assertive and Solitary.
Style: Consulting Planner.
Description: objective, educated, thoughtful, influential,
consultant, shows initiative, conceptual, persuasive, steady.
Possible points to improve: critical, outsider, remote, theoretical,
too abstract, dogmatic, uncompromising.
Careers: analyst, architect, business consultant, journalist,
librarian, medical scientist, social scientist.


12. Idealist
Characteristics: Imaginative, Spontaneous, Assertive and
Solitary.
Style: Consulting Experimenter.
Description: expressive, imaginative, inquisitive, reflective,
emotional, challenging, complex, perceptive.
Possible points to improve: impractical, easily hurt, sceptical,
defensive, intolerant, emotional.
Careers: architect, artist, author, dancer, interior designer,
musician, sculptor.


13. Researcher
Characteristics: Factual, Deliberate, Passive and Solitary.
Style: Supportive Organizer.
Description: detached, objective, problem-solver, informed,
curious, technical, straightforward, efficient, orderly, knowledgeable.
Possible points to improve: serious, brusque, dismissive, aloof,
cool, intolerant.
Careers: accounting technician, actuary, archivist, auditor, driver,
engineer, operations researcher, reinsurer.


14. Implementer
Characteristics: Factual, Spontaneous, Passive and Solitary.
Style: Supporting Implementer.

Description: self-reliant, lively, capable in own work, adaptable,
fits in easily while detached, takes responsibility for self – does
not want authority, reliable, detached, skilled.
Possible points to improve: not a risk-taker, passive, not effective
when working through others, impulsive.
Careers: accounting technician, chef, IT technician, dietician, interpreter,
paramedic, road patrol officer, surgeon, tour guide.


15. Specialist
Characteristics: Imaginative, Deliberate, Passive and Solitary.
Style: Supporting Planner.
Description: solitary, intelligent, thoughtful, inquiring, aware, creative,
insightful, loyal, sincere, sensitive, straightforward, direct.
Possible points to improve: unadventurous, blunt, awkward,
embarrassed, unassuming.
Careers: arborist, curator, delivery person, farm worker,
gardener, gun-maker, historian, planner, potter, saddler,
shepherd, site worker, thatcher.


16. Wanderer
Characteristics: Imaginative, Spontaneous, Passive and Solitary.
Style: Supporting Experimenter.
Description: ‘jack of all trades’, knowledgable, entertaining,
quick-witted, self-reliant, imaginative, inquisitive.
Possible points to improve: restless, unreliable, disorganized,
neglectful, impetuous, procrastinates.
Careers: bar person, dancer, disc jockey, entertainer, model,
porter, production worker, shop assistant, waiter/waitress.

 

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