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  • Coach

    Your goal is to develop people’s potential. You believe that, contrary to what some might think, everybody has the potential for development. No-one has ever reached the ultimate level of excellence — there is always room for growth. It is your personal mission to help others realize and use their potential to experience success. As a result, you always look for ways to facilitate their learning, from challenging their thoughts in a discussion to creating environments that facilitate progress. As a leader, you truly care about the development of your team members, and they respect you for that.

  • Catalyst

    Your objective is to act and initiate action. You don’t like waiting until all discussions are over, and are impatient to actually start doing things. You agree that sometimes progress can be achieved in the meeting room, but deep down you know it’s real action that leads to tangible results. While others prefer to wait until they have all the necessary information to act, you feel that action is the most valuable teacher and the best source of information. How can you know something doesn’t work if you haven’t tried it? You make a decision, then you take action, look at the results, and learn. Because of this, you are often impatient for things to happen — and when they don’t, it can lead to tension and confusion with the others involved. Still, your talent of transforming intangible ideas into tangible actions is invaluable in every team. You believe that you will be remembered by what you accomplish, not by what you say or think.

  • Time Keeper

    Your objective is to set timelines and deadlines. Surprises annoy you, so you prefer to plan everything. You don’t necessarily need full control, but there must be order and predictability in the world around you. You unconsciously impose structure into everything by setting up routines, timelines and deadlines. If you make plans, you follow them thoroughly, no matter what. In a team or project environment, your need for structure and discipline are extremely valuable in maintaining progress and productivity.

  • Storyteller

    You are a born storyteller and your goal is to communicate a message. Not only is this your natural talent, but it is also a strength that you constantly strive to improve on. You are always searching for the perfect phrase and powerful word combination to attract and capture the audience’s attention. That’s why people love listening to you. For you, presentation and communication are everything. You might have the best idea ever, but it’s the way you present it that makes a real difference. Your strong communication skills, your ability to showcase work to external stakeholders and your knack for inspiring collaborators are an asset to any team.

  • Philomath

    Your objective is to learn new things. You have a genuine thirst for knowledge and others appreciate your curiosity. You’re not necessarily interested in becoming a subject matter expert — it’s the process itself that excites you. Because you enjoy the process, you like to experiment with different styles of learning, and you know that each style comes with its own valuable lessons. You like to learn things quickly then shift your attention to something new. That’s why you thrive in short projects and dynamically changing environments. Thanks to this strength, you’re always able to contribute valuable new knowledge to your team as well.


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