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What’s Your Recruitment Personality (Quiz)

Ever thought about what your recruiter personality is? As with all personaliity traits, there are some areas we can all work on. Take this quiz to determine your recruitment personality and how to be the best you can be at the position based on your personality results.

The Inspector (ISTJ)Quiz type Inspector

ISTJs are loyal, responsible and hard working. They have an acute sense of right and wrong and work hard at Preserving Established Norms and traditions. Also, they are extremely dedicated to everything they do, and they are very dependable.

 

In the Workplace

"At work, ISTJs get things done on a timely basis. They honor deadlines, and they believe in thoroughness. A half-finished job is not a job well done. They established procedures and schedules, and are uncomfortable with those who do not do the same." - ISTJ - The Reliant (Lifexplore).

Area of Growth

"In a team environment, ISTJs will be unemotional and factual. They may not be motivational or strongly vocal, but they are superb at analyzing problems, evaluating ideas and suggestions, and weighing the pros and cons." - Quistic

• Consider other possible solutions.
• Be open to the 'big picture.'
• Make time for fun.
• Listen more to those around you.

The Commander (ENTJ)

ENTJs’ efficiency and clear communication are valued, their leadership is admired, and their ability to simply get things done is unrivaled," according to 16Personalities.

 In the Workplace

"At work, ENTJs contribute a wealth of energy directed toward the goals and those of the organization. Their sense of identity is closely tied to how they carry out their responsibilities. They are curious about new ideas and theories, evaluating them in terms of their goals. They are very efficient, competitive, strategic, and task focused." - ENTJ - The Leader (Lifexplore)

Area of Growth

• Slow down and experience today.
• Spend time reflecting on values.
• Make an effort to praise others.
• Be sensitive to others’ needs.

The Crafter (ISTP)

ISTPs have both a logical and a practical mind and therefore enjoy solving tangible problems. They are very interested in how things work, and may have a tendency to take things apart if they don't know how they work. Also, they may also enjoy using their craftmanslike skills to fix things that are broken, or doing investigative work, collecting facts and clues to find out the truth of what has happened.

In the Workplace

At work, ISTPs contribute their realistic and logical way of meeting situational requirements. They can see the easiest and most expedient route to completing a task, and they do not waste their effort on unnecessary things. They often act as trouble shooters, rising to meet the needs of the occasion. Since many ISTPs have a natural bent in technical areas, they may often function as 'walking encyclopedias' of technical information. " - ISTP - The Realist (Lifexplore)

Area of Growth

People with this personality type should be extra aware of how they are with people they work with daily.

"When it comes to the workplace, ISTPs’ top requirement is often a sense of unpredictability and excitement. This quality makes ISTP personalities’ personal relationships challenging enough, even among close friends and immediate family – for those they’ve only come to know in a professional environment, it can be downright frustrating," according to 16Personalities.

• Consider other possible solutions.
• Be open to the 'big picture.'
• Make time for fun.
• Listen more to those around you.

The Provider (ESFJ)

People who share the ESFJ personality type are, for lack of a better word, popular – which makes sense, given that it is also a very common personality type, making up twelve percent of the population. In high school, ESFJs are the cheerleaders and the quarterbacks, setting the tone, taking the spotlight and leading their teams forward to victory and fame. Later in life, ESFJs continue to enjoy supporting their friends and loved ones, organizing social gatherings and doing their best to make sure everyone is happy.

 In the Workplace

"At work, ESFJs contribute their ability to cooperate with others and to complete tasks in a timely and accurate way. They respect rules and authority, and handle daily operations efficiently. They tend to be well informed and up-to-date on organizational actions that matter to people. They do what they can to make sure that personal relationships are running smoothly. Because they pay close attention to people's needs and wants, they are often involved in work activities that meet people's practical, day-to-day desires." - ESFJ - The Helper (Lifexplore)

Area of Growth

• Give people a second chance.
• Take care of own needs.
• See values as less absolute.
• Be open to the “big picture.”

The Supervisor (ESTJ)

The ESTJs are the pragmatic organize. They are keen to make quick decisions and are built to get to closure as quickly as possible in order to get the job done.

In the Workplace

ESTJs are detailed, practical, factual, sensible, and responsible, and they take these responsibilities very seriously and will expect others to do so. They prefer clarity, and if there is none, they will create it. This means they will expect and set tangible goals that they will work consistently toward, with no deviation or shortcuts. ESTJs will be difficult to knock off the ball once they are running at the goal. They are efficient, reliable, and will make sure they grasp all the facts to ensure they are clear and will not get it wrong. ESTJ’s are great managers, happy to take the lead—indeed they prefer it—ensuring everyone is clear on what is expected and by when. -Quistic.

Area of Growth

"ESTJs may rush in without stopping to consider the full range of options, since their prime focus will be to get on with it. As such, they may be difficult to budge from their preferred course of action . . . Your desire to get things done may mean that you ignore the niceties, the softer issues, and you may tend not to be so well tuned in to how other people are feeling." - Quistic

• Slow down and be patient.
• Recognize other workable solutions.
• Listen more.
• Be open to the “big picture.”

The Entertainer (ESFP)

ESFPs live in the world of people possibilties. They love people and new experiences. They are lively and fun, and enjoy being the center of attention. They live in the here-and-now, and relish excitement and drama in their lives.

 In the Workplace

"ESFP like action and excitement, and are able to link together people and resources. Because they accept and deal with people as they are, they are able to understand what is necessary in order to motivate them to get jobs done. They prefer a work setting that is lively, action oriented, and harmonious." - ESFP - The Joker (Lifexplore)

Area of Growth

"In a team environment, ISTJs will be unemotional and factual. They may not be motivational or strongly vocal, but they are superb at analyzing problems, evaluating ideas and suggestions, and weighing the pros and cons." - Quistic

• Consider other possible solutions.
• Be open to the 'big picture.'
• Make time for fun.
• Listen more to those around you.

The Protagonist (ENFJ)

ENFJs are loyal, responsible and hard working. You have an acute sense of right and wrong and work hard at preserving established norms and traditions. You are extremely dedicated to everything you do, and you are very dependable.

 In the Workplace

ENFJs will bring structure and impetus while at the same time making sure everyone’s needs are taken care of. The ENFJ will assume the leadership role simply because they want to drive for closure and ensure that people are happy. They need to satiate their need for action and passion for people. The ENFJ loves a plan, a clear picture of where they are going, and they will work diligently toward the goal. The ENFJ will feel less comfortable with too many options.

In a work setting, the ENFJ will be the harmonious team builder: good at maintaining group morale, accentuating the positive, and encouraging contributions from all team members, making the team more open and participative. The ENFJ may not be the most creative or the one who has the best ideas, but he or she will be the one who drives for closure and brings people along, too." Quistic

Area of Growth

For an ESFP to attain fulfillment, he or she needs to balance the need for fun, excitement, and change with the need to commit to something in order to be an important part of something. - Quistic

• Try not to procrastinate

• Allow yourself enough time when planning projects in case you decide to move in a new direction.

• Make sure you give yourself enough free time to enjoy your hobbies

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