THE LION #personality test result – 3/6


The 5 minute personality test is written over 6 blogs – follow from blog 1 – 6 to see who you are most like!

 

 

Following on from the personality test here are the description of:

 

L = LIONS

Lions are leaders. They are usually the bosses at work……..or at least they think they are! They are decisive, bottom line folks who are observers, not watchers or listeners. They love to solve problems. They are usually individuals who love to seek new adventures and opportunities.

Lions are very confident and self-reliant. In group setting, if no one else instantly takes charge, the Lion will. Unfortunately, if they don’t learn how to tone down their aggressiveness, their natural dominating traits can cause problems with others. Most entrepreneurs are strong lions, or at least have a lot of lion in them.

National Strengths

  • Decisive
  • Goal Oriented
  • Achievement driven
  • Gets results
  • Independent
  • Risk-taker
  • Takes initiative
  • Self-starter
  • Persistent
  • Efficient
  • Competitive
  • Enjoys challenges, variety and change
  • Driven to complete projects quickly and effectively.

National Weaknesses

  • Impatient
  • Blunt
  • Poor Listener
  • Impulsive
  • Demanding
  • May view projects more important than people
  • Can be insensitive to the feelings of others
  • May “run over” others who are slower to act or speak
  • Fears, inactivity, relaxation
  • Quickly bored by routine or mechanics

 

Basic Disposition:

Fast-paced, task oriented.

 

Motivated by:

Results; challenge, action, power and credit for achievement.

 

Time Management:

Lions focus on NOW instead of distant future. They get a lot more done in a lot less time than their peers. Hate wasting time; and like to get right to the point.

 

Communication Style:

Great at initiating communication; no good at listening (one way, communicator)

 

Decision Making:

Impulsive; makes quick decisions with goal or end results in mind. Results-focused. Needs very few facts to make a decision.

 

In Pressure or Tense Situations:

The Lion takes command and becomes autocratic.

 

Greatest Needs:

The Lion needs to see results, experience variety, and face new challenges. He needs to solve problems and wants direct answers.

 

What the Lion Desires:

Freedom, authority, variety, difficult assignments, opportunity for advancement.

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