Marek Sirový
  • Brainstormer

    Your objective is to come up with new concepts and ideas. It's not even your objective - it's your way of life. You are constantly on the lookout to connect unconnectable things and to find new perspectives on familiar challenges. Whenever a new idea comes into your mind, you literally lit up like a light bulb. New angles, approaches and perspectives no matter how contrary or bizarre give you an endless source of energy. As the result, the others might see you as an innovative person willing to turn the world around and resort to you if they need some 'out of the box' ideas. You are a clear source of creative juices in any team.

  • Self-Believer

    Your objective is to bring confidence. While you might not know what the future is going to bring, it does not disturb you. Somewhere deep in your mind and heart, you know - no matter what happens, you will go through it. This inner confidence and self-motivation allows you to take risks, able to meet new challenges, able to stake claims, and, most important, able to deliver. Your confidence applies not only to abilities but also to judgments. No matter what the situation, you seem to know what the right decision is. In eyes of others, this creates a feeling of certainty, which is crucial for driving decision making process in any team.

  • Catalyst

    Your objective is to act and to initiate action. You cannot wait until the discussions are over, wondering when we can actually start doing something. Undoubtedly, sometimes the progress could be achieved in a meeting room, but deep down in your heart you know it's the action that leads to tangible results. If some can be resistant to act because they don't have full information, for you - acting is the best teacher and the best source of information. How can you know something does not work if we haven't tried it? You make a decision, you take action, you look at the result, and you learn. As the result, you are impatient for action and, if not managed, it can lead to confusion of your team members. However, this talent of transforming intangible ideas into tangible actions is invaluable in every team. It's all because you believe that you will be evaluated by what you get done, not what you say or what you think.

  • Chameleon

    Your objective is to adapt to chaotic environments. As the result, you see the world as a permanently changing place where nothing is fixed and you shape it with choices made right now. Instead of predetermining future, you prefer to go with the flow and discover it one day at a time. While some can interpret it as your inability to make plans and disorganization, you clearly know that you are very successful in constantly changing environments, where the work might be pulling you in many directions at once. It's difficult to make you upset by a sudden change in plans because you understand they are inevitable. You are a valuable asset in any team helping to unfreeze from a sudden change of plans and make progress in chaotic environments.

  • Coach

    Your objective is to develop people's potential. Contrary to what others might think, you believe that every person has the potential for development. None of the people have achieved the ultimate level of excellence - there is always space to grow. You perceive it as a personal mission to help others utilize their potential and to experience success. As the result, you look for ways to facilitate their learning process - from challenging their thoughts in a discussion to creating environments which would facilitate learning process. You are one of those leaders that really care about the development of team members and they really appreciate it.


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