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CNED 3010 StrengthsQuest GallupReport

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CNED 3010 StrengthsQuest GallupReport

  1. 1. Strengths Insight Report SURVEY COMPLETION DATE: 09-22-2014 Chase Vasquez Your Top 5 Themes Restorative Individualization Harmony Relator Discipline Restorative Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Restorative theme are adept at dealing with problems. They are good at figuring out what is wrong and resolving it. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Because of your strengths, you frequently think about ways you can to do a better job of underscoring the good things people do. You intentionally downplay the bad habits, mistakes, or shortcomings of others. You prefer to help individuals realize what they have done accurately, properly, brilliantly, or right. Instinctively, you characteristically notice how people are distinct from one another. These insights automatically prompt you to find ways to work better with them. You are apt to discover how you can partner with others in the group. Chances are good that you determine what needs to be upgraded, perfected, completed, or made better by examining numerical information. The objective evidence you find in data informs your decisions. By nature, you undoubtedly consider ways you can enhance standardized procedures that already serve you well. You probably understand the importance of doing various tasks and activities the same way day after day. Even so, you are inclined to make many things better when the opportunity presents itself. It’s very likely that you center your efforts on making improvements that you decide are intriguing and relevant to your life. You devote a great deal of time and energy to acquiring the knowledge and skills that you sense you lack. You regularly challenge yourself to address your shortcomings. 619352234 (Chase Vasquez) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 1
  2. 2. Individualization Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Individualization theme are intrigued with the unique qualities of each person. They have a gift for figuring out how people who are different can work together productively. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Driven by your talents, you constantly investigate the “hows” and “whys” of a given situation. You find relationships between the final result and the events preceding it. These links enable you to understand how things come into being. You draw logical conclusions. These often broaden your knowledge base. By nature, you are keenly aware of people’s unique traits. You notice characteristics that distinguish each person from everyone else. Instinctively, you intuit — that is, know without conscious reasoning — how individuals with very different work styles or personalities can complement each other. Understandably, you reject the idea of forcing everyone to rely on the same plans, methods, or resources to overcome obstacles. Often you search for ways people can use their talents to resolve issues. In the process, they are likely to move closer to worthwhile goals. Because of your strengths, you sense that every person is one of a kind. You can quickly discover what makes someone distinct from everyone else. Chances are good that you frequently examine the factors leading up to an event. Therein you discover the reasons why things happened the way they did. A number of individuals and/or groups probably appreciate your logical thinking style. Harmony Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you rely on the expertise of others to identify proper solutions, decisions, or maneuvers. You feel much more sure of yourself when a specialist approves your plan before you start something. You often want one of them to say, “You have made the best possible choice.” You probably trust them to be more knowledgeable than you are in various situations. Chances are good that you sometimes seek out and listen to the opinions of others before you express your own views. It’s very likely that you are inclined to finish whatever is assigned to you each day. You admit there are things you could do better. When you act on these ideas, you probably increase your chances of meeting the day-to-day expectations people place on you. Driven by your talents, you use common sense every day. You can also determine the emotions of people. These insights help you know what to say and do when you interact with someone. Because of your strengths, you characteristically look for 619352234 (Chase Vasquez) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 2
  3. 3. practical explanations to inform your thinking. Armed with this information, you can treat people, groups, programs, or budgets equally. Relator Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Because of your strengths, you are occasionally willing to be vulnerable. Perhaps you claim your talents or admit your weaknesses. Your openness may help some people know you better as a person. Your straightforward style may convince others you are honest, dependable, and reliable. Driven by your talents, you are drawn to the process of gaining knowledge and skills. You long to build on what you already know. You yearn to improve on what you already can do. When you meet people who value education as much as you do, you are eager to hear about their personal or professional ambitions, intentions, or goals. Understanding what others aim to accomplish in the coming weeks, months, or years can be the beginning of a practical partnership or an enduring friendship. It’s very likely that you thoughtfully select your friends. You avoid rushing into relationships. Once you trust and care about someone, the individual probably seeks your counsel. Chances are good that you realize each individual’s interests, background, motivations, desires, fears, and work style are different. You strive to honor everyone’s uniqueness and preferences. Understanding a person’s ambitions gives you insights into the type of support, training, experiences, partnerships, and nurturing he or she needs to thrive. By nature, you trust your intuition about what someone is thinking, feeling, or needing. You realize that the answers and solutions to many problems spontaneously reveal themselves to you. Your friends frequently ask what you would recommend. They often seek your guidance. Discipline Shared Theme Description People who are especially talented in the Discipline theme enjoy routine and structure. Their world is best described by the order they create. Your Personalized Strengths Insights What makes you stand out? Instinctively, you typically document your goals and outline your action plan. By faithfully executing each step, you usually accomplish exactly what you intended. Because of your strengths, you traditionally establish repetitious processes to enhance your own and others’ efficiency. Recurring tasks probably take less time and thought when you do them the same way day after day. This 619352234 (Chase Vasquez) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 3
  4. 4. explains how you manage to do finish your work, meet your deadlines, handle details, or carry your fair share of the workload. By nature, you like creating familiar patterns of behavior. This is especially true when you must deal with recurring tasks. The more you use these processes, the more efficient you become. Seeking precision and exactness, you are inclined to review results numerous times to be sure everything is in its correct place. This is how you eliminate confusion so others know they are being dealt with in a just and equitable manner. It’s very likely that you typically gravitate to positions in which you must produce outcomes that are free of mistakes, miscalculations, or misspellings. Frequently you invent processes, procedures, or guidelines that support the people who are expected to do everything right on an hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or annual basis. Your systems ensure that the job is done perfectly regardless of who is on duty, what day of the week it is, or what time of day it is. Simply put: Those who are familiar with the tactics you have designed regularly generate consistent and uniform results. Chances are good that you typically check and double check your work. You need to ensure everything is in order. You likely adopt a serious-minded approach when evaluating the accuracy of reports, research results, evidence, data, or facts. 619352234 (Chase Vasquez) © 2000, 2006-2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. 4

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