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Which Personality Type
The word ‘persona’ is derived from Latin, where it originally referred to a theatrical mask. The most common meaning of persona however is the public image people present to the world, perhaps in contrast to their real character.
Hence, personality types do not necessarily describe real people. However, they are based on real data collected from multiple individuals. In effect they act as ‘stand-ins’ for individuals, adding the human touch to what would largely remain cold facts based on research.
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Pioneers enable change and adaptation, and pay attention to the changing environment. They spot important trends, express ideas, anticipate change, and manage uncertainty and risk.Find out about Pioneers
Brokers enjoy making new contacts and maintaining existing relations. They are communicative and open. They are able to exert influence and make use of their networks to get results.Find out about Brokers
Achievers are task-oriented and focused. They make high demands on themselves and others. Competitive and able to tolerate stress, they continuously aim high and track their results.Find out about Achievers
Directors are long term thinkers, focused on the future. They seek to clarify expectations through processes, planning and setting goals. They tend to be an initiator who defines problems.Find out about Directors
The Anchor maintains the structure and flow. They are trustworthy and reliable, and focused on tasks such as organising and coordinating efforts of the team, dealing with logistical issues.Find out about Anchors
Analysts know what is happening by breaking problems apart to see all the alternatives. They focus on gathering information and data, and looking at situations from different perspectives.Find out about Analysts
The Shaper promotes cooperation and teamwork. They are typically process-oriented, contributing to cohesion and morale, establishing participation and promoting team problem solving.Find out about Shapers
Mentors achieve success by developing people through a caring and compassionate approach. They are helpful, caring, sensitive, approachable, open and fair. Mentors listen to others.Find out about Mentors
When you create personality profiles of typical or atypical (extreme) people, it helps to explain behavioural, motivational and attitudinal patterns, which synthesises the different types of people that generally exist. That’s why Personality Types are also known as model characters or composite characters that help to identify a meaningful pattern that allows us to predict others’ actions, so we can tune our own behaviour.