Analytical yet imaginative. Outgoing yet reflective.
Curious and creative. Expressive and enthusiastic.
These are some of the terms Plum.io uses to describe my work personality when I took its “quantified human potential” quiz. I agreed with most of the outcomes, for example, I am exceptionally well-suited to positions that demand continuous learning and require a variety of ongoing social interactions.
Here are some of my key dimensions:
- I have a strong proficiency for convincing others of a direction, activity or idea and influencing the decision making processes.
- I have an extraordinary ability to be friendly, excited, and socialize with large groups, helping me to attract people and be influential.
- I have an ability to sway the thinking and behavior of co-workers and customers who initially disagree.
- I generally know what to say to people in order to influence them without making them upset.
- I have proficiency for making high-quality decisions based on limited information.
- I have the ability for being thorough, deliberate and timely.
- I have a strong disposition for gathering and critically evaluating relevant information; recognizing solutions; and using facts, logic, and experience to buttress your opinions.
- I have the ability to effectively express my opinions and beliefs.
- I have a proficiency for generating creative ideas, out-of-the-box solutions to problems and entrepreneurship.
- I have a strong disposition for working with abstract ideas and developing unconventional solutions.
- I have a disposition for being receptive and flexible to different ideas, perspectives, and changing demands.
- I can understand the basic problems at work and generate possible solutions.
Given these traits, I am well-suited to work environments where I can have a say in decision-making and implement new processes. I like organizational structures that are diverse and non-hierarchical.
I am also ready for roles that involve challenge and tackling the bigger picture. My knack for persuasion, innovation, and decision-making will set me up to excel at coordinating projects.
More Work Style Identifiers
Perseverance: I am dedicated to completing the job, even if I am initially overwhelmed. I am tenacious and work with determination.
Precision: I work is precise and I rarely make mistakes. While paying attention to details, I also avoid getting carried away by them. I always double-check my work.
Speed: I like work quickly and dynamically. I also adjust quickly to changes and new situations.
Quick learners and excellent multitaskers, people with the ENFJ personality type are able to take on multiple responsibilities with competence and good cheer. ENFJs are hardworking, reliable and eager to help.
As colleagues, ENFJs’ desire to assist and cooperate is even more evident as they draw their coworkers into teams where everyone can feel comfortable expressing their opinions and suggestions, working together to develop win-win situations that get the job done. ENFJs’ tolerance, open-mindedness and easy sociability make it easy for them to relate to their colleagues.
The ENFJ’s true calling is managing teams. Here, their capacity for insightful and inspiring communication and sensitivity to the needs of others really shows. As managers, ENFJs combine their skill in recognizing individual motivations with their natural charisma to make their teams want to push forward.