THE OTTERS – #personality test – 4/6


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:

O = OTTER

Otters are excitable, fun seeking, cheerleader types who love to talk! They are great at motivating others and need to be in an environment where they can talk to have a vote on major decisions. The Otters’ outgoing nature makes them great networkers – they usually know a lot of people who know a lot of people. they can be very loving and encouraging unless under pressure, when they tend to use their verbal skills to attack. They have a strong desire to be liked and enjoy being the centre of attention. They are often very attentive to style, and clothes. Otters are the life of any party; and most people really enjoy being around them.

National Strengths

  • Enthusiastic
  • Optimistic
  • Good Communicator
  • Emotional and Passionate
  • Motivational and inspirational
  • Outgoing
  • Personal
  • Dramatic
  • Fun-loving

 

National Weaknesses

  • Unrealistic
  • Not detail-oriented
  • Disorganised
  • Impulsive
  • Listens to feelings above logic
  • Reactive
  • Can be too talkative
  • Excitable

 

Basic Disposition:

Fast paced. People-oriented.

 

Motivated by:

Recognition and approval of others

 

Time Management:

Otters focus on the future and have a tendency to rush to the next exciting thing.

 

Communication Style:

Enthusiastic and stimulating, often one-way; but can inspire and motivate others.

 

Decision Making:

Intuitive and fast. Makes a lot of “right calls” and lots of wrong ones

 

In Pressure or Tense Situations:

The Otter ATTACKS. Can be more concerned about their popularity than about achieving tangible results.

 

Greatest Needs:

The otter needs social activities and recognition; activities that are fun, and freedom from details.

 

What the Otters Desires:

Prestige, friendly relationships, opportunity to help and motivate others, and opportunities to verbally share their ideas.

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