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Explanation of response style:
Genuine: If questions are answered in a sufficiently varied manner.
Social Desirability: If questions are answered in a socially desirable manner for more than 60% of the questions.
Central Tendency: If more than 60% of the questions are answered as ‘neither agree nor disagree’.
Acquiescence: If questions are answered in a ‘strongly agree’ or ‘agree’ manner for more than 60% of the questions.
Conscientiousness: Learn to adhere to ethics and rules. Try to work hard towards achieving goals in a diligent, confident and ambitious manner. Invest effort in attaining goals and achieving significant results in all tasks by being planned, scheduled and effectively managing time.
Emotional Stability: Develop a positive attitude and try to be more calm and resilient when under pressure. Learn to be patient and resilient in your approach towards work and relationships.
Agreeableness: Develop a more agreeable nature and try to make others feel right. Learn to agree with your critic’s right to an opinion. Even when you think what they are saying is not valid/illogical, acknowledge that it is OK for them to think that way and at the same time, try to restate what you believe is true in a humble manner. Learn trust others more readily and try to understand the feelings and needs of other people in the team and do not overtly boast about your own achievements and skills.
Moderately friendly and sociable. Tends to shift between working alone and interacting with others. Can at times be able to persuade and influence others and at other times, may keep opinions to oneself. Does not mind being involved in meetings, but may not enjoy too much stimulation. May take up tasks involving risk, but will prefer to have sufficient knowledge beforehand.
Trusts others but not to the extent of being gullible. Straightforward in interactions but gives some consideration to the impact it may have. At times, may be willing to help people and at times may resist getting involved in others’ problems. Agreeable but not submissive. Will seldom have conflicts when working in a group. May talk about own virtues, but not in a boastful way.
Unlikely to adhere to ethics and rules and is casual about responsibility. Works towards goals in a relaxed and inefficient manner. Lacks the confidence to compete with others and is not at all ambitious. Has a very unorganized approach to work and rarely thinks through decisions. Unlikely to complete uninteresting tasks. Prone to procrastination.
Not likely to be able to handle workplace stress in a calm and steady way. Has a pessimistic outlook and is prone to frustration and irritation. Cannot always resist impulses and may act on the spur of the moment and often regrets later. May be prone to feelings of inferiority and may unnecessarily worry about things that might go wrong.
Is as imaginative and innovative as most people. Moderately appreciative of artistic and natural beauty. May need some convincing before dropping conventional methods to adopt innovative ones. Tends to strive for a balance between emotions and logic while making decisions. Adjusting to constraints and flexible to others’ demands to some extent. Unlikely to lose focus on the task due to excessive focus on novelty.
Describing you in a few words
As an "Anxious Realist", you are likely to deal with things rationally and logically. You are keen on understanding the way things work. You are likely to be good at logical analysis and like to use it on practical concerns. You are likely to have good reasoning skills but at the same time you are not very interested in theories and concepts unless you can see a practical application. You are fiercely independent, likely to demand space to make your own decisions about your next step. You are not rules and regulations bound and like to approach problems or work at your own speed. You believe in actions rather than just relying on reading or gathering information. However, you are likely to get overwhelmed by unpleasant feelings frequently, are easily confused, avoidant, can be aggressive when hurt, withdrawn, impatient, not too sensitive to the needs of others and prefer conventional over unconventional.
• Likely to prefer to go with the flow than planning next steps which makes you calm when plans do not seem to work.
• Likely to be a good troubleshooter in emergency situations, can quickly take in the current situation and apply logic immediately to take steps that control the problem.
• Likely to have a vivid imagination towards practical and mechanical matters.
• Have good grasp of details and facts.
• Have an ability to combine both spontaneity and logic, able to switch from one 'mode' to another as according to the situation.
• A place where you get an opportunity to use a particular knowledge or skill to solve practical, specific problems.
• Work offers you the flexibility to choose how to achieve certain stated objectives, preferring little or no red tape.
• An environment where you can independently take decisions about completing tasks.
• The work offers you opportunity to perform dynamically and to respond to problems as they arise.
You contribute by
• Having a thorough grasp of the concrete details and what can be done now.
• Seeing a conflict as a challenge to be met.
• Leading through action by setting up an example.
• Using internal logic to structure problems and solutions while attending to facts and specifics.
• Being analytical and critical, tending to see the flaws in situations.
Challenges/Potential Blind Points
• Under stress, may show intense emotions that seem disproportionate to the situation.
• Private and reserved when it comes to personal and sensitive matters and prefer not to focus on emotions and feelings.
• Tend to get 'stuck in a rut' and only do those things that are known and comfortable to you, that is preferring conventional over unconventional.
• Likely to take uncalculated risks simply for the sake of having fun.
• May unintentionally hurt others' feelings by being overtly blunt and straightforward.
You may put off others by
• Relying exclusively on reason and logic when feelings and values need to be considered.
• Overreacting to others and invading their space.
• Ignoring the emotions of the team members.
• Appearing indifferent by failing to share your ideas and viewpoints freely.
• Not supporting the traditional chain of command.
You may get put off by people who
• Make appeals based on emotions and feelings.
• Expect you to follow a set of protocols or work under strict supervision.
• Overlook the logic and reality of a situation.
• Expect unconditional appreciation and praises.
• Involve in abstract, theoretical discussions which may not have practical implications.
Can maximize effectiveness by
• Acting on your affectionate impulses once in a while, letting others know they are important to you.
• Learning to consider that another's point of view may have possibilities that you haven't thought of.
• Understanding that some formal leadership structure is helpful in determining accountability and getting things done.
• Giving an appreciative word of praise when others have done a good job.
• Pointing out the good things about others, not just the things to correct. When due, giving an appreciative word of praise.
Most Popular Occupations for your Type
• Police officer
• Intelligence agent
• Fire fighter
• Sports equipment/merchandise sales
• Private investigator/detective
• Electrical/mechanical/civil engineer
• Information services developer
• Software developer
• Logistics and supply manager
• Network integration specialist (telecommunications)
• Computer programmer
• EEG technologist/technician/radiologist
• Securities analyst
• Legal secretary
• Management consultant
• Commercial Artist
• Steve Jobs (Founder of Apple)
• Jack Dorsey (Founder of Twitter)
• Frank Zappa (Singer-songwriter)
• Stanley Kubrick (Filmmaker)
• Daniel Craig (Actor)
• Tom Cruise (Actor)
• Christian Bale (Actor)
• Scarlett Johansson (Actress)
Personality factors are pervasive influences on thoughts, feelings, and actions, and combinations of factors provide insight into major aspects of behavior, known as behavior patterns or personality styles. Each behavior pattern is a resultant of congruence of 2 factors, which is represented as 4 quadrants in each behavior pattern.
Enjoy large social gatherings, seeing them as an opportunity to prove oneself and believe that one is well suited for decision making. Boastful, like to take a lead and direct others, but know how to get things done.
Sociable and enthusiastic. Amiable, sympathetic and willing to help others and share one’s own ideas with others. Sincerely enjoys the company of others, and easily get along with others.
Skeptical and wary of others. Prefer working alone and minimum interaction with others. When interacting with such a person, it is wise to allow them the space they feel they need.
E-A+: The Unassuming
Modest, trusting and self-effacing. Prefer being alone, but are sympathetic and helpful towards others.
*E (percentile: 43.38) on vertical axis, A (percentile: 39.98) on horizontal axis
PREFERRED WORK STYLE
E+C-: Fun- loving
Energetic, adventurous and happy-go-lucky. Spontaneous and act on the spur of the moment, constantly looking for thrill and fun.
Ambitious and assertive, productive and efficient. Work with zeal and is precise in one’s approach to work. May seem pushy if trying to impose one’s style on others.
Not highly ambitious and enthusiastic. Rarely take initiative and lack the required motivation to complete tasks. Only act when under pressure.
E-C+: Plodder/ Slow but effortful
Methodical and serious. Concentrate on tasks at hand, working at a slow and steady pace. Can be counted on to finish tasks at hand, but can’t be pushed to work faster.
*E (percentile: 43.38) on vertical axis, C (percentile: 0.9) on horizontal axis
E+N-: Highly Emotional
Experience both positive and negative emotions, rapidly shifting between the two. Get easily carried away by feelings leading to disturbed interpersonal relationships.
Cheerful, not bothered by problems and enjoy life to the fullest. Can cope with problems effectively and focus more towards the future.
Lead a gloomy, sad and dark life, with a little that makes them happy. Unable to cope with stressful circumstances.
Emotionally stable but indifferent to people and events around them, nothing having much effect on them. Interpersonal relations may suffer due to this coldness.
*E (percentile: 43.38) on vertical axis, N (percentile: 26.48) on horizontal axis
E+O-: Mainstream Consumer
Verbose and enjoys large parties, sports and events where one gets an opportunity for social interaction. Prefers working on simple tasks rather than those which involve originality and innovation.
E+O+: Creative Interactor
Tenacious, eloquent and have wide and unconventional interests, who enjoys exploring new ideas and likes sharing it with others. Enjoys public speaking, group discussions, and interaction with people from different backgrounds.
Less imaginative, less inquisitive, and unadventurous. Prefers to work individually or with a small group. Their vocational interests may include mechanical or domestic work.
Introspective and thoughtful, prefers activities which involve originality, creativity and challenge, but which can be pursued alone. Likely to get fascinated by music, painting, reading, etc. They prefer occupations that provide both challenge and privacy.
*E (percentile: 43.38) on vertical axis, O (percentile: 47.12) on horizontal axis
Helpful, sympathetic and concerned for others. But likely to be less methodical and persistent, and may have trouble in carrying out one’s plans successfully. Likely to impress others by generosity and kindness. Values kindness and charity.
A+C+: Effective Altruist
Courteous, self-disciplined, considerate, and reliable. May work hard for the welfare and benefit of the group, overlooking one’s own interests. May take up an uninteresting task, and persists till it is finished. Values duty, achievement and work.
Quite concerned about one’s own comforts and pleasure than the well-being of others. Less likely to be strong-willed and may sometimes submit to unsuitable habits and acts. Values play and fun.
Has a focused single-minded pursuit of one’s interests, needs and goals. May mostly give priority to one’s own needs and interests and diligently pursue till they are attained. Values competition and success.
*A (percentile: 39.98) on vertical axis, C (percentile: 0.9) on horizontal axis
A+N-: Emotionally Agile
Opinionated, self-justifying and likely to be temperamental. May take offense, and later express these feelings at a suitable occasion. Likely to manipulate at work while handling interpersonal relationships as and when needed.
A+N+: Emotionally Mature
Optimistic and tolerant of stressful situations. May not express one’s negative feelings, anger and hostility to others, with a fear of offending others. Anger and aggression may not be directed towards others.
Unwavering, and less affectionate towards others. May have quite less control over one’s emotions and express it out, without being considerate of the impact it has on others.
A-N+: Easy Going
Emotionally sensitive, but easy-going towards stressful events. May not express, rather suppresses negative emotions. Believes in the principle of ‘forgive and forget’. When faced with a conflicting situation within the group, tries to work towards a common ground.
*A (percentile: 39.98) on vertical axis, N (percentile: 26.48) on horizontal axis
ATTITUDE TOWARDS WORK
Respectful and submissive with a desire to please others. Strong believer and follower of societal norms and established rules and sees them as being necessary for everyone.
Take a systematic and thoughtful approach to work as well as social problems and are willing try out new solutions. Believe in being rational and reasonable in their approach to work.
Skeptical about others, may follow a strict and tough approach towards social problems. Have firm and rigid beliefs about personal and social morality and rules.
Critical thinkers, not likely to be affected by traditions or sentiments. May not be considerate of others’ feelings in pursuing one’s own beliefs.
*A (percentile: 39.98) on vertical axis, O (percentile: 47.12) on horizontal axis
LEVEL OF IMPULSE CONTROL
C+N-: Over controlled
Practical, meticulous and detail-oriented. Has a strong urge of self-control, and is able to handle distress in a balanced manner. Sometimes may set unrealistic goals, and is susceptible to obsessions.
Perfectionist and directed. Has a clear sense of one’s goals, pursue them even under unfavorable circumstances. Unlikely to deter from one’s plans and takes setbacks and frustrations in stride.
C-N-: Under controlled
Informal and quite impulsive. Unlikely to resist one’s urges and desires, and may sometimes regret one’s actions later. Susceptible to getting involved in undesirable behavior.
Habitual, may not always be very meticulous, and sometimes not predictable. Likely to look for an easy way to exert control over one’s behavior. May require to be pushed to undertake tasks involving additional efforts.
*C (percentile: 0.9) on vertical axis, N (percentile: 26.48) on horizontal axis
Conventional, methodical, and diligent. Prefers to follow step-by-step instructions for a task. Likely to find it difficult to handle tasks that demand innovativeness and abstractedness. Has a high need for structure and closure.
C+O+: Good student
Industrious, and perfectionist, with a strong desire to excel. Is often creative and original in problem solving. Likely to be academically intelligent and diligent, and is a good learner.
C-O-: Reluctant Scholar
Not quite methodical, may not be very reasonable and likely to focus more on short term goals. May need extrinsic motivation to take up a new task, and help to organize one’s work and to schedule one’s work.
Unconventional, imaginative and a day-dreamer. Busting with innovative ideas and likely to develop elaborations out of it, but may sometimes gets engrossed in fantasy. May tolerate uncertainty and ambiguity at work.
*C (percentile: 0.9) on vertical axis, O (percentile: 47.12) on horizontal axis
BEHAVIOR UNDER PRESSURE
Rarely experience negative emotions. Focus on concrete action to deal with threats rather than just dwelling and worrying about it.
Aware of stressors and threat, but use these situations as a source of creative inspiration. Deal with problems actively and intelligently.
Refuse to think about distressing events. Resort to maladaptive responses, like denial, repression etc, when dealing with threat.
Hypersensitive, alert to danger and misfortunes. Prone to odd and eccentric ideas due to their creative and unusual thinking.
*N (percentile: 26.48) on vertical axis, O (percentile: 47.12) on horizontal axis
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