Personality Inventory

Please complete both sides of this sheet

 

Instructions: In each box, circle each word or phrase that describes a consistent character trait of yours in your home.  Total the number circled and double your score.  Chart the totals from each box on the reverse side.

 

Text Box: L
Likes Authority
Takes Charge
Determined
Confident
Firm
Enterprising
Competitive
Enjoys Challenges
Problem Solver
Productive
Bold
Purposeful, Goal Driven
Decision Maker
Adventurous
Strong Willed
Independent, Self-reliant
Controlling
Persistent
Action Oriented
 
“Let’s do it now!”
Total x 2  = ___________
     

 

     

 

 

 


 

Personality Strengths Survey Chart

 

                        L                      O                              G                              B

35

 

 

35

30

 

 

30

25

 

 

25

20

 

 

20

15

 

 

15

10

 

 

10

5

 

 

5

0

 

 

0


 

 

Personality Type Summary

 

Style

L

Choleric

O

Sanguine

G

Melancholic

B

Phlegmatic

Basic Tendencies

Fast Paced

Task-Oriented

Fast Paced

People-Oriented

Slow Paced

People-Oriented

Slow Paced

Task-Oriented

Greatest Strengths

Decisive Action

Takes Charge

Gets Results

Self-Confident

Independent

Risk-Taker

Fun-Loving

Involved

Enthusiastic

Emotional

Optimistic

Good Communicator

Patient

Easy Going

Team Player

Calming Influence

Stability

Systematic

Accurate

Analytical

Detailed

High Standards

Intuitive

Controlled

Natural Limitations

Restless

Impatient

Stubborn, Blunt

Disorganized

Not detailed-Oriented

Unrealistic

Indecisive

Over-Accommodating

Too Passive

Too Critical

Perfectionist

Overly Sensitive

Communication

One Way

Direct

“Bottom Line”

Positive

Inspiring

Persuasive

Two Way

Best Listener

Empathetic Feedback

Diplomatic

Good Listener

Provides Details

Fears

Loss of Control

Being Taken Advantage Of

Close Scrutiny

Fixed Environment

Loss Of Social Approval

Audit Of Time

Loss Of Financial Or Emotional Security

Sudden Change

Criticism Of Work Or Performance

Making Mistakes

Under Pressure

Autocratic

Aggressive

Demanding

Attacks

(But May Avoid Public Confrontation)

Acquiesces

Tolerates

Complies

Avoids

Ignores

Plans Strategy

Work Style

Critical, Blunt, Forceful Direct

Delegates

“Get It Done”

Questions “Status Quo”

Persuasive

Mobile

Enthusiastic

Friendly

Inspiring

“Open Door Policy”

Patient

Traditional

Specialist

Team Worker

Responsible

Accurate

Cautious

Critical

Perfectionist

Decision Making

Fast:

Result Focused

Very Few Facts

Impulsive:

Whether It ‘Feels’ Right

Relational:

Trust In Others

Reluctant:

Needs A Lot Of Information

Greatest Needs

Challenges

Change

Choices

Direct Answers

More Empathy

Better Control Of Time

Fun Activities

Social Recognition

Freedom From Details

To Be More Objective

 “Status Quo” /Security

Time To Adjust To Change

Conflict Free Environment

Order – Sequence

Defined Responsibility

Time To Do

Quality Work

Personal Support

No Surprises

Appreciation Of Self

Wants

New/Varied Activity

Credit For Accomplishments Power/Position

To Be First

To Be Convincing

Favorable Environment

Social Approval

Family Approval

Demonstrated Sincerity

Reassurance

To Be Appreciated

Limited Exposure

Quality

Privacy

Accuracy

Recovery

Physical Activity

Social Time

Nothing Time

Private Time

Orientation

Results:

Shapes Existing Environment By Overcoming Opposition

People:

Shapes Existing Environment By Working Through People

Projects:

Does His/Her Part Cooperates With Others To Get The Job Done

Tasks:

Works With Existing Circumstances To Promote Quality/Service

                                 L = Lion (Apostle Paul)       O = Otter (Apostle Peter)         G = Golden Retriever (Moses)          B = Beaver (Timothy)

  
Situational Examples of Personality Types

 

Children:  In a ceramics class where they had been assigned a Project of making a statuette of a soldier.

G– Has his done on time. It is a nice solid job, worth displaying.

B– His is exceptional. Even the buttons are etched in, and the zipper on his fly is done in detail.

O– Hasn’t finished because he’s too busy entertaining the other kids.

L– His was the first done, long ago… and now he’s working simultaneously on a tank, ship and airplane. Of course you’re not quite sure what his figures are supposed to represent!

 

Four persons: Each Isolated in a north woods cabin for the winter. 
G-
 Settles in to catch up on some reading, or do a woodworking project. 
L- Gets cabin fever in a week and decides on a project to reshape the countryside… clearing trees, damming

     up a stream, adding a room etc. 
B- Begins reading a book explaining how to live in a cabin during winter. 
O- Snowshoes into the woods every day to talk to the animals.

Shopping for a new car: 
G-
 Takes time, shopping several dealers- looking for a model pretty much like the one he already has. 
B- Asks questions about performance, financing, equipment, etc. 
O- Walks over and immediately selects the flashy model everyone will envy. 
L- Long gone… bought the first car that was ready to drive away.

 

Legislature: 
L-
 Drafting 20 new bills, shattering precedent, fracturing social tranquility. 
O- Smoothing ruffled feathers, arbitrating compromises, consolidating the party vote. 
G- Researching data, compiling legislative reports. 
B- Investigating conduct, enforcing policy, heading regulatory team.

 

Meeting: Board of Directors, to initiate a new procedure. Alternatives are considered and debated; a motion finally made and passed. 
O- Discussing the effect this might have on the people concerned… 
G- Sitting back and wondering how this will change his department. 
B- Taking notes relative to new operating policy. 
L- Moves the meeting be adjourned. He’s got other projects to get to.

 

Combat Generals: 
L- Attacking, attacking, attacking, kicking the daylights out of the enemy but forgetting to order bullets,

     gasoline, replacements, etc. 
O- Coordinating with the commanders on all fronts, trying to get a harmonious battle plan every general will

      accept. 
G- Attacks in an orderly, conventional manner, grinding out steady progress. 
B- Counting bullets, gasoline and supplies and not attacking until he has every piece of equipment that was

     promised him.

 

Merchants in a pioneer town: 
B- Opens a county land office to insure all claims are accurately filed. 
G- Builds the community church, becomes lay pastor, promotes community family activities. 
O- Opens general store and saloon. Know everybody by first name. 
L- Owns bank, newspaper and runs for sheriff, judge and mayor.

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