I plan everything in advance.
I am very cost-conscious.
I prefer to do things myself instead of delegating.
To me, work comes before family.
I enjoy routine.
I always finish what I start.
I am very risk-averse.
I don’t usually express my emotions.
I am willing to work overtime if needed.
I am very detail-oriented.
I always do things well.
My job title is a big part of my identity.
I may seem aloof at times.
I prefer to use tried-and-true methods to achieve results.
I think people should stick to traditional business attire.
I want to serve humanity.
I am a perfectionist.
I think it’s important that everybody in the organization has a chance to develop their unique talents.
In times of crisis, I need to talk through my issues.
I always make sure that I don’t offend anyone.
I want to persuade others to think and feel like me.
I have a little bit of a problem with deadlines.
I tend to hold grudges.
I am a good listener.
I don’t think that people realize how much I am doing for them.
I tend to hide my real opinions and feelings for the sake of saving relationships.
Building relationships with my co-workers is one of my top priorities.
I don’t follow instructions precisely; I like to add my own touch to everything I do.
I often second-guess my decisions.
I use praise to motivate others.
I am full of energy.
I focus on the big picture.
I am very assertive.
I always take charge.
I express myself freely without sugarcoating anything.
I am not afraid of confrontation.
I have high standards for myself and others.
I make decisions fast and never second-guess myself.
I enjoy planning and devising strategies to make my goals come true and then let others take care of the details.
I take calculated risks.
I am highly ambitious.
Some people feel intimidated by me.
I have excellent money management skills.
I need to feel productive.
I am a leader.
I love taking risks; it makes me feel alive.
I enjoy learning new things, but I can’t concentrate on the same subject for very long.
I like to keep my options open.
It’s not that I don’t want to help; it’s that I think that my co-workers should be able to take care of themselves and their tasks.
It’s really hard for me to commit to one project because I see all other exciting possibilities.
Brainstorming is my favorite part of any project.
I am one of the most adaptable people I know.
I prefer to do things spontaneously, without planning too much.
I am independent, and I want my co-workers to be independent too.
Sometimes I don’t finish what I start because I lose interest or because I become excited about something else.
I am a spender.
I am not interested in controlling others.
My job has to be stimulating enough for me to be able to continue.
To be honest, I like to impress others.
I am an optimist.
Work style A
Your career is a major part of your identity, and the quality of your work is outstanding! You accomplish tasks effectively and with great attention to detail. “Good enough” is never enough for you, and a half-finished job is unacceptable.
You honor deadlines, and if you promise that something will be done by a specific date, rest assured, you will deliver on time.
You are not one of those innovative types and prefer to follow established procedures to get a guaranteed result. You hate wasting time and money and focus on being productive and cost-conscious.
You like to be busy and do not look forward to vacations. To you, work comes before leisure and even before your family and friends.
You want to work in stable organizations with a clear structure and order. You need clear instructions and a good amount of privacy to be able to concentrate on your job. You are most satisfied when you can produce something tangible.
When put in a leadership position, you lead by example. Being a task-oriented person, you may sometimes fail to meet the emotional needs of your team members.
Work style B
You certainly have a lot to offer.
First of all, you contribute your originality and your ability to see the bigger picture. Because you don’t focus on details, you can see how all parts fit in together.
Second, you are a very relationship-oriented person and can be successful in any position that requires communication.
Because of your perfectionistic tendencies, you may have a little bit of a problem finishing tasks on time. Even when you do finish a project, it may still be incomplete in your mind. You always feel like things can be revised and improved.
You aren’t very good at following rules and regulations because you think that it kills creativity. You need a lot of privacy and a lot of freedom so that you can get things done in your own style.
Generally, you do not seek leadership positions, but if you have to be a leader, you lead very gently – encouraging instead of giving orders, suggesting rather than criticizing.
Work style C
You are a natural leader. Bold and energetic, you naturally take charge of any situation. Your superb problem-solving skills allow you to handle complex business challenges and unexpected situations.
You know how to assess a problem quickly and accurately. Moreover, you aren’t a hesitant type and can make swift and effective decisions.
You are an ambitious person, and you define yourself by your job. While your approach is very strategic and goal-oriented, you are not afraid to take calculated risks. In addition, you are open to new ways of thinking and to learning from others, which helps produce original work.
You are good at time management and enjoy planning and building to-do lists. Having said that, you do not get stuck researching and planning. You know when to pull the trigger.
You constantly scan your environment, looking for opportunities to advance yourself and your organization. Your ideal job should be both challenging and rewarding.
Work style D
You contribute your positivity, optimism and energy, and your co-workers definitely enjoy having you around.
Another reason they like you is because you accept them as they are, without trying to change them or make them more like yourself. Because you have this ability to understand people, you know how to motivate them or how to make them feel better about their situation at work.
On top of that, you are great at idea generation. Because you tend to look outside of yourself, you see a lot of possibilities and opportunities.
Your focus is rather scattered and your knowledge is wide, including many different seemingly unrelated topics. This allows you to make unusual connections and come up with original ideas.
Your networking skills are another thing that sets you apart. You connect people, ideas, resources and businesses for everyone’s benefit.
Having said that, you have two issues that may sometimes affect your career development:
- you are not the most punctual person in the world
- you aren’t good at forcing yourself to do things you don’t enjoy doing