My Talents 0

Organizational talents

Creative
Order & structure
The extent to which the person needs a structured approach, order and neatness.
Precise

Precise

  • well organized
  • accurate
  • neat
  • methodical
  • meets appointments
  • may be rigid
Is driven by structure; likes to start with a plan, tends to be efficient. Is accurate, has an eye for detail, likes neatness. Has difficulty handling hectic situations, chaos and sloppiness. May find it hard to think outside the box; likes to stick to existing structures and frameworks, may, therefore, come across as rigid. Turns chaos into order; prefers to work in a neat and tidy environment. Is usually on time and meticulous in meeting appointments.
Possible Pitfall:
Detailist

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Creative

  • focused on the bigger picture
  • creative
  • sometimes sloppy
  • flexible in method
Is driven by a focus on the bigger picture and by flexibility; has strong creative and innovative powers. Has little eye for detail, may even be sloppy. Handles hustle and bustle well; goes with the flow. Has little need for a structured, methodical approach, is flexible in terms of method. May lose sight by planning insufficiently and be consequently inefficient.
Possible Pitfall:
Unstructured
Abstract-thinking
Pragmatism
The extent to which the person values a practical and useful approach and adopts a practical attitude.
Practical

Practical

  • very practical
  • focused on usefulness
  • efficient
  • calculating
  • solution oriented
Is driven by a practical mentality and by attaining results. Likes to make to best use of means and money, is focused on not wasting anything; tasks and actions have to have added value. Is calculating, efficient and solution oriented. Attaches little value to rituals and special occasions if they don't account to anything extra. Is only interested in theory if it is feasible and adds something to everyday practice.
Possible Pitfall:
Frugal

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Abstract-thinking

  • theoretical
  • sensitive to symbols and rituals
  • not calculating
  • abstract
Is driven by a theoretical framework, focuses more on abstract than on concrete aspects. Hardly prioritizes means and money; is not necessarily focused on added value. Values rituals, symbols and special occasions such as birthdays and anniversaries without looking for a pay-off. Tends to be more interested in everyday practice when it is based on a theoretical framework.
Possible Pitfall:
Impractical
Process-oriented
Purposiveness
The extent to which the person is focused on (defined) goals and results.
Goal-oriented

Goal-oriented

  • very much result and goal-oriented
  • focused
  • difficulty changing course
Strongly focused on attaining results, likes to work towards concrete goals and stick to them. Is likely to determine objectives and depend on their course; may feel lost when not given a clear direction and given little possibilities to follow the one of his own. May have difficulties diverting from a set course – even if objectives are unlikely to be attained.
Possible Pitfall:
Short-sighted

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Process-oriented

  • process-oriented
  • improvising talent
  • changes course easily
Is focused more on processes than on attaining results. Commits little to set goals and hardly sticks to them. Is well able to handle vaguely defined objectives; improvises or changes course with ease. May lack a sense of direction but dares to engage in projects without having a clear purpose. Sometimes risks not attaining desired results
Possible Pitfall:
Directionless
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