©Arlene R. Taylor PhD

All things being equal, individuals tend to approach their everyday work activities based on innate brain bent unless they are forced to use non-preferred skills.

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Prioritizing Division

An individual with an innate energy advantage in this division tends to:

  • Collect facts related to the issue
  • Analyze the data
  • Approach problem-solving logically
  • Argue and debate their position
  • Measure precisely
  • Consider both financial and technical aspects
  • Prepare a budget based on data
  • Use the data to make all decisions
  • Become impatient with emotions or feelings

 

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Envisioning Division

An individual with an innate energy advantage in this division tends to:

  • See the big picture
  • Scan the data for patterns
  • Approach problem-solving intuitively
  • Look for innovative solutions
  • Challenge established policies, rules, or routines
  • Synthesize data into a new whole
  • Tolerate differences, ambiguity, or abstractions
  • Brainstorm possibilities
  • Forecast upcoming trends

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Maintaining Division

An individual with an energy advantage in this division tends to:

  • Reports in an orderly fashion
  • Keep financial records in order
  • Track essential data
  • Provide supervision that maintains the status quo
  • Approach problems practically and based on past solutions
  • Stands firm on issues or topics and based on company rules
  • Reads the fine print
  • Finds errors that others missed
  • Meets deadlines
  • Develops detailed plans/procedures
  • Maintains standards consistently
  • Follow routines accurately

 

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Harmonizing Division

An individual with an energy advantage in this division tends to:

  • Consider personal values
  • Try to persuade other to their point of view
  • Teach others
  • Be conciliatory
  • Conform and comply to avoid conflict
  • Empathize with others
  • Read non-verbal cues, especially related to interpersonal stress
  • Anticipate how others will feel
  • Understand feelings of others
  • Be enthusiastic
  • Agree if everyone is on board
  • Converse with others frequently

 

Using the metaphor of a four-room building, think of the four rooms being occupied by groups of workers who are very different in characgteristics and who are 'turned-on' by different activities in the workplace. The groups of workers can be identified as the Prioritizers, Envisioners, Maintainers, and Harmonizers.

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Prioritizing Division

The Prioritizers tend to get "turned-on" by:

  • Analyzing data
  • Clarifying issues
  • Diagnosing
  • Making money
  • Processing logically
  • Working solo
  • Being in charge and directing
  • Solving tough problems
  • Applying formulas
  • Making things work
  • Accomplishing goals
  • Being challenged

 

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Envisioning Division

The Envisioners tend to get "turned-on" by:

  • Inventing solutions
  • Solving problems intuitively
  • Bringing about change
  • Playing around
  • Developing new things
  • Experimenting
  • Having variety
  • Taking risks
  • Providing vision and excitement
  • Designing and innovating
  • Having lots of space
  • Envisioning and selling ideas

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Maintaining Division 

The Maintainers tend to get "turned-on" by:

  • Attending to detail
  • Preserving the status quo
  • Establishing order
  • Accomplishing paperwork
  • Meeting deadlines
  • Administrating
  • Supervising
  • Planning things out
  • Building according to plan
  • Following directions
  • Working within structure
  • Providing service and support

 

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Harmonizing Division

The Harmonizers tend to get "turned-on" by:

  • Building relationships
  • Teaching other
  • Providing training
  • Listening to others
  • Counseling
  • Talking and communicating
  • Expressing empathy
  • Harmonizing
  • Being able to avoid conflict
  • Telling or writing stories
  • Working with a team
  • Helping people, animals, the environment

 

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