Example Competencies Describing Your Competencies Team Player Event Coordinator Trainer Artist Scientist Outdoorsman Leader Scout Mathematician Thinker Loves Detail Project Manager Debater Electrician Cooperative Computer Literate Handyman Propagandist Machine Operator Painter Public Speaker Supervisor Sportsman Mediator Accountant Singer Writer Metro-sexual Businessman Negotiator Improver Interior Decorator Solutions’ Provider Office Manager Lawyer Medicine
Example Motivators Satisfaction Drivers Mechanics Project Management Meetings Performance Monitoring Team Sports People Management Using Computers Making Decisions Book Keeping Working Independently Team Projects Paper Work Marketing Ideas Photography Scientific Experimentation Working Outside Office Work Manual Labor Dancing Youthful Cultures Conservative Cultures Cooking Technical Reading Fiction Reading Following Procedures Politics Volunteer Work
The CLN team has displayed an interesting series of results, including some level of diversity. However it is clearly demonstrated that the majority personality type of “Enterprising” accounts for more than 50% of the working group.
Team dynamics have included the following competencies
Task Oriented Approach
Results and Reporting Driven
The competencies displayed by the CLN have been directly consistent with the Holland Enterprising Personality type.
Team results may also be influenced by the self-awareness level of subjects, and the same potential source of bias.
Holland Personality Testing when conducted in a controlled manner, and taken with a reasonable level of scepticism towards individual result guarantees, provides a powerful tool for organizations to monitor team formation and assist in aligning personality traits with work groups.