Color Personalities: Lead with your strengths
After taking the color test, learn a little more about your dominant personality strengths and how some of those strengths can be misconceived by others. How can you work those misconceptions into positives?
- Short-term driven
- Welcomes change and variety
- Loyalty driven
- Respects rules and authority
- Too predictable
- Emotionally driven
- Seeks harmony in groups
- Hopelessly naïve
- Talks to much
- Ignores policy
- Logically driven
- Independent thinker
- Intellectual snob
Each color is further broken down — blue is contemplative/contextual and empathetic/inclusive; gold is cautious/measured and concrete/structured; orange is curious/energetic and inventive/future-oriented; and green is systems thinking and tough minded/direct.
Questions to ask about yourself and your coworkers
- What do others need to know about working with you?
- How do you like to be approached/engaged?
- How will this help me engage/collaborate with my coworkers?
- How do others work best?