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FOCUS PROFILE STYLE: S/I/C

GENERAL OBSERVATIONS

The S/I/C Focus Style is a people oriented style of behavior. The S/I/C has the unique ability to gather a small number of people into a close relationship and also influence the larger community through their friendly outgoing and fun-loving style. They can be quite verbally articulate. The S/I/C 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/I/C is most comfortable in a stable systematic and process-driven environment. The S/I/C does not like confrontation or conflict and is willing to stick to the traditional way of doing things. The S/I/C is very impressive verbally, has a listening ear towards those in the closer relationship circle, faithful and trustworthy. Their actions are deliberate and somewhat predictable which is appreciated by the inner circle. However, outsiders who look only at the systems and processes that the S/I/C practices, may perceive that the S/I/C 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 and outgoing
✓ Encourager
✓ Fun-loving
✓ 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 or fun in a peaceful setting

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 overwhelm others with conversation or dominate conversational exchanges; give
others a chance to state their agenda

GREATEST FEAR(S)

✓ Loss of security
✓ Rejection
✓ Criticism & rapid change

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