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Individualist

    Individualists march to the beat of their own drum, and are always up for a challenge. They are confident, analytical and persistent—strong-minded people who quickly turn ideas into reality. Hungry to solve problems and move forward, they dislike being bogged down with the details.

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    Signature work styles

    An Individualist may take charge of your meeting—or they may try to dodge it all together, stepping in just long enough to quickly make a decision, delegate some details and move on to the next creative problem-solving challenge. Individualists may push your team in new directions, presenting even unconventional ideas with their characteristically strong conviction. They don’t mind taking risks or bearing responsibility for their decisions.

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    Key attributes

    Behaviors

    Self-confident
    Analytical
    Methodical
    Non-conforming

    Needs

    Independence
    Facts
    Flexibilities

    Strengths

    Drives change
    Challenges status quo
    Creative problem solver

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    An Individualist's story

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    My life as an Individualist
    Scholar background