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FOCUS PROFILE STYLE: C/I/S

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

The C/I/S Focus Style likes people but primarily brings correctness and high expectations
for tasks that arise. The C/I/S is most comfortable in a stable systematic and process-driven
environment. In fact, if there is not a system in place, the C/I/S can create one. They are very
good at details and information gathering. The C/I/S does not like confrontation or conflict
and is willing to stick to a traditional way of doing things. They are articulate in their verbal
communication—especially about the facts and details of their personal projects. The C/I/S
can be friendly and outgoing when not involved in their task-focus. They enjoy a fun time and
smaller groups of people and will generally have a small circle of close friendships. Socially, the
C/I/S can often be misinterpreted as boring—their pursuit of systems and details of projects
does not keep them from enjoying people and fun activities.

INSPIRING TRAITS

✓ Accurateness with details and information
✓ Friendly
✓ Loyal
✓ Faithful

VALUE TO THE TEAM

✓ Can provide accurate information to team assignments
✓ Details raise the level of excellence to the final product
✓ Can help to maintain peace by offering a friendly approach
✓ Able to develop systems and processes that are efficient

IDEAL ENVIRONMENT

✓ A stable and steady environment
✓ A systematic or process-oriented work assignment
✓ Opportunity to interact with people
✓ Enjoyable peaceful setting
✓ Provide sincere appreciation for contributions

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT AREAS

✓ Be willing to take some risks and challenges
✓ Don’t neglect timely completion of tasks
✓ Keep assignments moving ahead to reach deadlines
✓ Don’t be so rigid in personal positions that you miss new and better ways of doing
things
✓ Don’t be overly critical in conversation about behaviors or project outcomes that
are not up to personal expectations

GREATEST FEAR(S)

✓ Loss of security or stability
✓ Being taken advantage of
✓ Rejection

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