The Committed can be trusted to fulfill his commitments meticulously, even if it is in the last minute. He is a people pleaser and people lover, and may be taken advantage of, when others take credit for his work. If so, he may lose some enthusiasm or confidence. Although he is self-effacing, he remembers little details about others that help him win their heart and maintain close and supportive relationships.
Supportive – helping, sharing knowledge, experience, time and energy, showing empathy and not judgement. Patient – working slowly toward the goal and making adjustment as time passes. Loyal – forms an emotional attachment to ideas and organizations. Practical Skills – has the practical sense to do something with his altruism, even for routine and mundane tasks.
Shy – concerned with others feeling before his own, letting them take credit and not demanding his recognition. Repress Feelings – causing himself stress and frustration. Reluctant to Change – values traditions and may not change his course quickly, sometimes until real crisis is near.
The goal of helping others is a beacon to him, giving them emotional support or productivity advice. His goal will be to find a win-win solution, and he will slowly and carefully get to it.
Lines of work with a sense of history behind them, such as medicine and academics, and also technical support and charitable social work, such as counselors.
Relatively obedient, working steadily and patiently to complete his tasks to the satisfaction of his manager. However, his contributions may be overlooked by his manager because he will not demand praise or feedback. When facing changes (new manager, new methods), he may stress and need reassuring.
Needs a peaceful team, with little interpersonal conflicts, working together and helping each other. He will take extra workload to minimize friction between others, and others may take advantage of it, so he needs the help of others to protect him from that.
Does not enjoy managing others, but can do this well. Relying on his warmth and caring, he can formulate strong interpersonal relations and work with subordinates toward their goal. His ability to implement plans with precision helps him lead teams, but his sensitivity is his Achilles heel.