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FOCUS PROFILE STYLE: S/C/I

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

The S/C/I Focus Style has both people and task oriented behaviors. The S/C/I enjoys a small number of people in their relationship circles and can be verbally articulate. The S/C/I is also someone who desires to be correct and gather facts and information. In fact, they will use this skill of fact-gathering to influence others. The S/C/I, like the S/I/C counterparts, is most comfortable in a stable systematic and process-driven environment. In fact, if there is not a system in place, the S/C/I can create one. The S/C/I does not like confrontation or conflict and is willing to stick to the traditional way of doing things. The S/C/I has a listening ear towards those in the closer relationship circle but can be taken advantage of by those who are “needy.”  The S/C/I is faithful and trustworthy. Their actions are deliberate and somewhat predictable.
Outsiders, who look only superficially at the S/C/I, may perceive that the S/C/I is rather boring.  Doing so is a mistake because in doing so they overlook the fun-loving, loyal and friendliness that exists.

INSPIRING TRAITS

✓ Friendly
✓ Peaceful
✓ Enjoys friends
✓ Information gathering
✓ Loyal, faithful and steady in the harness of life

VALUE TO THE TEAM

✓ Able to fit into the system and process of projects
✓ Peaceful contributor not looking for control or dominance
✓ Sold out and loyal to the team
✓ Fact gathering and precise in fulfilling responsibilities

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

✓ Don’t be overly predictable
✓ Be willing to take some risks and challenges
✓ May be taken advantage of by others
✓ 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

GREATEST FEAR(S)

✓ Loss of security
✓ Criticism & rapid change
✓ Rejection

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