Eager Initiator

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As an Eager Initiator, you approach new work and projects with an inquisitive sense, with the intention of breaking away from previous strategies or thinking. However, should you encounter a roadblock or a barrier, you’re often likely to revert back to methods and systems you know you can trust. Be cautious of how peers or direct reports might interpret the behavior of the Eager Initiator; finding a balance between exploring new ideas while exercising proven strategies is key to your success.

Primary Trait:
Curious (& Distracted)

Your primary trait is rooted in your curious nature. This trait is often reflected in someone who is constantly seeking new information and inspiration. As someone who tends to be more analytical and thoughtful, you're likely to ask "how" and "why" instead of "what." Your openness to new ideas and your insightful nature mean you're likely to spot opportunity that might otherwise be overlooked. At the extreme, you may struggle with productivity and decisiveness.

Secondary Trait:
Disciplined (& Repetitive)

Your secondary trait is rooted in your repetitive nature. You seek to optimize and are often fond of creating systems and procedures typical of a disciplined approach to projects. This is often expressed through adherence to routines and rituals and/or a desire for consistency. You tend to value dependability and reliability in both others and yourself. At the extreme, you can be resistant to change and attached to the "tried and true" manner of doing things.

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