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FOCUS PROFILE STYLE: C/I/D

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

The C/I/D Focus style combines a need to produce with quality and a need to influence others.  As with the C/I, when these needs are in balance, it allows the C/I/D to achieve some control within the environment. When the need to be perfect and the need for warm interaction with others is out of balance, the C/I/D may work overtime for control and dominance in the environment. This can be a real stressor for the individual and others. Like the C/D/I, the C/I/D can live in a real stressful condition because these motivations are hard to balance. The C/I/D brings much to the table behaviorally but must rely on personal coping skills and assistance from those in oversight to keep stress reduced so the C/I/D can function maximally. The C/I/D is excellent at gathering information, creative process development and working with others. There are natural verbal skills that allow this person to inform others about the assignments/products within their range of expertise. Encouraged to keep things moving, the C/I/D can be a very good sales representative or team leader but supervisors must allow time for personal restoration.

INSPIRING TRAITS

✓ Accurate and precise
✓ High demand for excellence for self and others
✓ Friendly
✓ Works hard to get results

VALUE TO THE TEAM

✓ Able to communicate and interact with team and others about team assignments and
products
✓ Will get results based on fact and excellence
✓ Task oriented and sensitive to others at the same time

IDEAL ENVIRONMENT

✓ Opportunity to produce with excellence but with time to develop product or
assignment
✓ Established processes and procedures relative to assignments and tasks
✓ Opportunity to articulate and interact with people without task demand
✓ Warmth of personal relationship and constructive criticism that doesn’t threaten
personal worth

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AREAS

✓ Not allowing too many assignments to get backed up
✓ Allowing time to interact with others to release the stress of strict tax focus
✓ Allow for personal time to just relax from people and task

GREATEST FEAR(S)

✓ Criticism
✓ Rejection
✓ Being taken advantage of

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