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mickel

Find out your Leadership Style

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I know INTJs beleive they are the best leaders in the world, but what you may find and is not surprising, that we have trouble being 'People Movers', especially if you are the one leading a group of extroverts that don't listen to you anyway because they think work is 'high school' and a popularity contest instead being productive to get things done.

I always wondered what this world would be without extroverts. Shit would be getting done instead of shit messed up...nuff said..

My results are:

• Ambassador – your score is 14 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 10 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 16 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 10 out of 25

Any comments, does this describe you at all, do you find it helpful?

http://www.yourleadershiplegacy.com/assessment.html

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• Ambassador – your score is 17 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 14 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 19 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 18 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 17 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 13 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 10 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 9 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 11 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 16 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 15 out of 25

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Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

Advocate – your score is 21 out of 25

People Mover – your score is 14 out of 25

Truth-Seeker – your score 21 out of 25

Creative builder – your score is 21 out of 25

Experienced guide – your score is 18 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 19 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 20 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 15 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 21 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 17 out of 25

Creative Builder

These individuals are visionaries and entrepreneurs – they are happiest and most driven at the start of things. They instinctively: see new opportunities for new products, new companies; spot niche markets; take ideas and make them real. They’re also often “serial entrepreneurs” over time, even if they remain in one leadership post.

Creative Builders instinctively understand that building is not necessarily about invention, but about process of making an invention real. Builders are constantly energized by new ideas, yet they have the staying power to see them through to fruition.

The issue is rarely simply the idea; builders aren’t “Hey Dave, what’s your latest scheme?” people. Builders are fascinated with implementation. Real estate developers are often “builders” in this way (beyond the obvious connection); they feel most rewarded when a project gets underway, or is newly completed.

Builders sometimes get into trouble if they remain in one place for too long. There are case studies, too numerous to mention, of entrepreneurs whose legacies are negative because they became enmeshed in the day-to-day operations of the companies they created, and didn’t know when it was time to leave. Builders can successfully remain in a single leadership position only if they figure out how to feed their own need for new projects.

Here’s an equation to try on yourself if you identify with the role of builder:

Strength of belief in end result + Ability to tolerate the process = Creative Builder

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• Ambassador – your score is 18 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 17 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 13 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 20 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 11 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 19 out of 25

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Thought-provoking test.

• Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 14 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 17 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 22 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 25 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 13 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 22 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 21 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 15 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 19 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 20 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 15 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 21 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 24 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 20 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 23 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 18 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 13 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 22 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 18 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 17 out of 25

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Your assessment results show that you have the characteristics of these types of leaders:

• Ambassador – your score is 19 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 22 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 15 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 22 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 24 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 22 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 15 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 9 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 19 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 9 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 12 out of 25

Truth-Seeker

Think: fairness, good judgment, equalizer, level-headed, process-oriented, scrupulous neutrality, objectivity is the high standard. This is the only role for which there is a “prerequisite;” Truth-Seekers are unfailingly competent in their field; their competence is unquestioned.

Truth-Seekers instinctively level the playing field for those in need. They also help people understand new rules and policies. They act to preserve the integrity of processes. They try to identify the root-cause issues, or pivotal issues. They also step in to ensure the just and fair outcome if the process has failed to yield the same.

Successful individuals in the Human Resources function are generally natural Truth-Seekers. Truth-Seekers also tend to gravitate towards line-manager positions.

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What INTJ thinks he's the best leader in the world?

Far as I can tell, we prefer being the brains behind, not the face up front.

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• Ambassador – your score is 22 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 14 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 20 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 22 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 18 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 15 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 15 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 21 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 17 out of 25

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Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 20 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 9 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 21 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 21 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 12 out of 25

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Ambassador – your score is 16 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 17 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 9 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 18 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 22 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 11 out of 25

Ha! So I am an entrepreneur who likes to cut through the crap..Knew it but by the looks of things I'm better off not running a large company or hiring someone else to do that.

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• Ambassador – your score is 20 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 15 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 11 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 18 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 17 out of 25

I'll take this in a few years when (if) I get around to actually leading...

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• Ambassador – your score is 13 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 16 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 12 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 20 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 14 out of 25

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I always wondered what this world would be without extroverts. Shit would be getting done instead of shit messed up...nuff said..

I agree for the most part, but remember there are ENTJ's out there too.

What INTJ thinks he's the best leader in the world?

I do. I've always been the leader, even as a little kid. Who else is gonna do it? :evil:

Here are my results-

• Ambassador – your score is 19 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 24 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 13 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 18 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 20 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 19 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 13 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 17 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 12 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 23 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 20 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 16 out of 25

Truth-Seeker

Think: fairness, good judgment, equalizer, level-headed, process-oriented, scrupulous neutrality, objectivity is the high standard. This is the only role for which there is a “prerequisite;” Truth-Seekers are unfailingly competent in their field; their competence is unquestioned.

Truth-Seekers instinctively level the playing field for those in need. They also help people understand new rules and policies. They act to preserve the integrity of processes. They try to identify the root-cause issues, or pivotal issues. They also step in to ensure the just and fair outcome if the process has failed to yield the same.

Successful individuals in the Human Resources function are generally natural Truth-Seekers. Truth-Seekers also tend to gravitate towards line-manager positions.

Creative Builder

These individuals are visionaries and entrepreneurs – they are happiest and most driven at the start of things. They instinctively: see new opportunities for new products, new companies; spot niche markets; take ideas and make them real. They’re also often “serial entrepreneurs” over time, even if they remain in one leadership post.

Creative Builders instinctively understand that building is not necessarily about invention, but about process of making an invention real. Builders are constantly energized by new ideas, yet they have the staying power to see them through to fruition.

The issue is rarely simply the idea; builders aren’t “Hey Dave, what’s your latest scheme?” people. Builders are fascinated with implementation. Real estate developers are often “builders” in this way (beyond the obvious connection); they feel most rewarded when a project gets underway, or is newly completed.

Builders sometimes get into trouble if they remain in one place for too long. There are case studies, too numerous to mention, of entrepreneurs whose legacies are negative because they became enmeshed in the day-to-day operations of the companies they created, and didn’t know when it was time to leave. Builders can successfully remain in a single leadership position only if they figure out how to feed their own need for new projects.

Here’s an equation to try on yourself if you identify with the role of builder:

Strength of belief in end result + Ability to tolerate the process = Creative Builder

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Your Leadership Style Assessment Results

Your assessment results show that you have the characteristics of these types of leaders:

• Ambassador – your score is 19 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 17 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 17 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 23 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 18 out of 25

Truth-Seeker

Think: fairness, good judgment, equalizer, level-headed, process-oriented, scrupulous neutrality, objectivity is the high standard. This is the only role for which there is a “prerequisite;” Truth-Seekers are unfailingly competent in their field; their competence is unquestioned.

Truth-Seekers instinctively level the playing field for those in need. They also help people understand new rules and policies. They act to preserve the integrity of processes. They try to identify the root-cause issues, or pivotal issues. They also step in to ensure the just and fair outcome if the process has failed to yield the same.

Successful individuals in the Human Resources function are generally natural Truth-Seekers. Truth-Seekers also tend to gravitate towards line-manager positions.

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• Ambassador – your score is 22 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 20 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 18 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 22 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 19 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 20 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 12 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 15 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 11 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 23 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 16 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 15 out of 25

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• Ambassador – your score is 21 points out of 25

• Advocate – your score is 19 out of 25

• People Mover – your score is 15 out of 25

• Truth-Seeker – your score 23 out of 25

• Creative builder – your score is 16 out of 25

• Experienced guide – your score is 18 out of 25

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