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Strategist

 

Characteristics 

The Strategist is a big picture person who takes the long view and considers how decisions will benefit the entire organization. Strategists are fact-based, and less concerned with schmoozing colleagues than they are with getting to the bottom of important issues. They are decisive, no-nonsense people who like close control of their work.

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Behaviors
Independent
Reflective
Intense
Organized

Needs
To understand the big picture
Fact-based work
Variety and flexibility
Time to develop expertise

Strengths
Big picture thinker
Handles pressure well
Organized and thorough
Can juggle multiple priorities

Signature work styles 
Strategists almost always come to the table with a plan. Naturally reserved and introspective, they like to spend time alone developing a detailed and comprehensive strategy—which they will then present to the group with confidence. They are results-oriented and very happy to make decisions. Though they prefer to control projects themselves, they will sometimes be willing to delegate tasks. They tend to be self-motivated, and are willing to take very calculated risks in the name of success.

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