Dominance - The Eagle
The 4 behaviours in this quadrant explained here plus more
  • High D
  • Description - High D - Assertive - Task Oriented

    General Characteristics: Decision maker; Direct; Decisive; High ego strength; Problem solver; Self starter. Extrovert / Task oriented. Achieves success by taking decisive actions towards their goals.

    General Characteristics in conflict: Tends to vent; Overly assertive; Autocratic; Unbending; Over-controlling; Strong-willed; Attempts to impose thoughts and feelings on others.

    Ingrained Trait: Ambition; The desire to succeed.

    Strengths: Comfortable in a leadership role; problem solver; can make tough decisions; not afraid to confront issues; sees change as a challenge; stays focused on the mission.

    Limitations (as seen by others): Intimidating, Insensitive, Brusque, Impatient; Intolerant; Unapproachable.

    Examples: Margaret Thatcher, George Patton, FDR, Frank Sinatra, Hillary Clinton, Steve Jobs.

    Approximate percentage of population: 21%

    Are any of these four behaviours you? If not, try another quadrant.

    Remember, generally we do not know our own and one is not any better than another.

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    Tell me your ideas and I'll tell you mine. Creative profile in pdf

    Approx. Population - 11%. Yes, this is also pattern 16 when Introvert. MBTI - ESTJ. Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging.

    Full steam ahead. Developer profile in pdf

    Approx. Population - 3%. MBTI - ENTJ. Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging.

    It's only the results that count. Results profile in pdf

    Approx. Population - 4%. MBTI - ESTP. Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving.

    I'm always here to help you. Inspirational profile in pdf

    Approx. Population - 3%. MBTI - ENTP. Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving.

    1 - Creative - A progressive leader. Examples: JOSHUA. Peter Selleck - your Resultant!! Lyndon B. Johnson. Bill O'Reilly.

    2 - Developer - An innovative leader. Examples: SOLOMON. John McEnroe. Gordon Ramsay. Steve Jobs. Julia Gillard. Kevin Rudd. Tony Abbott.

    3 - Results - A dominant leader. Examples: PAUL. Richard Nixon. Jesus. Rupert Murdoch. Nicolas Sarkozy.

    4 - Inspirational - A motivational leader. Examples: APOLLOS. "Devil's Advocates". Thomas Edison. Tiger Woods. Eddie McGuire. James Hird.

    1 - Creative - Unique accomplishments through change.

    2 - Developer - Independent work focused on logic.

    3 - Results - Dominance and independence.

    4 - Inspirational- Creating the vision.

    1 - Creative - Will engage if for progress.

    2 - Developer - Will be better at one-on-one conflict.

    3 - Results - Will push for closure.

    4 - Inspirational - Will try to understand and influence.

    1 - Creative (As High D) - Sloth (Sin Rank 4/7) - Apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue. Spiritual or emotional apathy; neglecting what God has spoken; being physically and emotionally inactive in the sense of sadness, depression or the inability to feel joy. Extreme depression leads to have thoughts or plans for suicide. May lead to wrath. If love is lost or lacking, sloth may be extreme.

    2 - Developer - Lust (Sin Rank 7/7) - Self-indulgent sexual desire. Emotion or feeling of intense desire in the body. An insatiable need, desire, thought or action for sex or things of a sexual nature including pornography. If unfulfilled, it can lead to masturbation, rape, and even bestiality. Lust also includes desire for knowledge and power.

    3 - Results - Wrath (Sin Rank 3/7) - Belligerence aroused by a real or supposed wrong. "Love of justice perverted to revenge and spite" - Dante. A need to do harm to others. Emotional response related to one's psychological interpretation of having been threatened. Indicates when one's basic boundaries are violated. Extreme anger, rage, hatred, or a need for vengeance or revenge. Often resort to taking the law in their own hands if they feel the justice system has failed them. To the extreme, may even turn to physical abuse of themselves or others, murder or even genocide.

    4 - Inspirational - Pride (Sin Rank 1/7) - Unreasonable and inordinate self-esteem. Inflated sense of one's personal status or accomplishments. Hubris (Loss of contact with reality; overestimation of one's own competence, accomplishments or capabilities, especially when in a position of power). Once considered a need to be the most beautiful, Pride can also mean a need for public acceptance in all acts and / or a need to be more important than others. Those who suffer with Pride issues, usually fail to give due complements to others, but instead fish for complements for themselves. They find ways to be better than those around them and usually have a "One Up" story. Pride is said to be the original and most deadly of the seven sins, leading straight to damnation! Derogatory explanations often assist our clients to remember things. Try "Archdeacon of Sneakiness" or "Auctioneer of fine goods about to be stolen."

    1 - Creative - Shy.

    2 - Developer - Speedy Gonzales.

    3 - Results - Troublemaker.

    4 - Inspirational - Show off.

    1 - Creative - Be aware of your overuse of bluntness, critical comments and attitude of aloofness.

    2 - Developer - Be aware of being a selective listener, hearing only what you want to hear.

    3 - Results - Be aware of being too impulsive at times as ego and optimism combine.

    4 - Inspirational - Be aware of overusing the philosophy "the end justifies the means”.

    Style - Tend to Convince.

    Result - Tend to be they win and the other side loses.

    Outcome - Somewhat short sighted.

    Style - D's prefer to evaluate others by how well they meet the standards and challenges set forth by the D.

    Result - I's , S's and C's are likely to get the feeling that the reception is cold and un-empathetic.

    Outcome - Appraisee is likely to be relieved it's all over while the D can get on with things.

    Style - High D's put relationship building as secondary to fixing the problem. Never put a High D across the counter from the customer who wants to vent.

    Result - Perfect when customer service means getting to the point, fixing the problem, and moving on to the next customer. For all other situations there will be problems.

    Outcome - Maybe two-thirds of the population hear an abrupt “tell me what you want me to do to the fix your problem” as cold and un-empathetic. High D's are really not suited to these roles.

    1 - Creative - Prestige - Define newer standards. With Power as Secondary, The Guardian - Prominant, Genuine, Sure-Footed.

    2 - Developer - Innovation - Encourage others to explore alternative ideas and new techniques. With Power as Secondary, The Maverick Leader - Pioneering, Irreverent, Entreprenurial, Big Picture.

    3 - Results - Power - Actively lead rather than sitting back. With Power as Secondary, The Aggressor - Dominant, Overbearing, Dogmatic.

    4 - Inspirational - Passion - Leverage high energy to fire up person or team to achieve a specific goal. With Power as Secondary, The People's Champion - Dynamic, Inclusive, Engaging.

    DD - D with D - Competition, Threat.

    DI - D with I - Priority. Guarded, Task-Oriented v. Open, People-Oriented.

    DS - D with S - Pace & Priority. Direct, Fast-Paced, Guarded v. Indirect, Slower-Paced, Open, People-Oriented.

    DC - D with C - Pace. Direct, Fast-Paced v. Indirect, Slower-Paced.

    1 - Creative - Mr. Reliable. Penguin. Real Ale. Border Collie.

    2 - Developer - Mr. Exploder. Eagle. Vintage wine. German Shepherd.

    3 - Results - Mr. Sherman-Tank. Kingfisher. Energy Drink. Jack Russell Terrier.

    4 - Inspirational - Mr. Manipulator. Cockatoo. Shots. Bull Terrier.

    1 - Creative - Sulks.

    2 - Developer - Bully.

    3 - Results - Mows you over.

    4 - Inspirational - Schemer.

    1 - Creative - Leading a cycling tour.

    2 - Developer - Organising a group ski trip.

    3 - Results - Sailing the Atlantic.

    4 - Inspirational - Last minute booking.

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    1 - Creative - Best with Achiever and Specialist.

    2 - Developer - Best with Perfectionist and Agent.

    3 - Results - Best with Objective Thinker and Practitioner.

    4 - Inspirational - With Appraiser , Persuader , Practitioner , Perfectionist and Investigator.

    More information is available on other sites. This is a summary.

    1 - Creative - Best with Achiever and Specialist.

    2 - Developer - Best with Perfectionist and Agent.

    3 - Results - Best with Objective Thinker and Practitioner.

    4 - Inspirational - With Appraiser , Persuader , Practitioner , Perfectionist and Investigator.

    1 - Creative - Lecturer. The friend who is either lecturing you about your life choices, or being larger than life and trying to keep you entertained. They often pretend to know more about the topics you are discussing than they actually do, but they are seriously good at convincing you.

    2 - Developer - Controlling. The sometimes controlling, but always entertaining friend. When they aren’t in work mode they are fun to be around and always give you a good laugh. They somehow always make you feel like you should be doing more with your life.

    3 - Results - Up for anything. The fun friend who is always up for absolutely anything. If they truly care about you they probably shower you with gifts and try to remind you of how awesome they are.

    4 - Inspirational - Outgoing. The outgoing and fun friend, who is always ready to do something new and exciting. They constantly make you laugh with their witty sense of humor, and enjoy being able to entertain you. They are capable of discussing a large array of topics, which makes the conversation always interesting.

    1 - Creative as Extrovert (High D) - Myers Briggs MBTI - ESTJ. Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Judging. KIERSEY - Guardian - Supervisor. iPERSONIC - Determined Realist. Career: Run own business, ladder to positions of influence, leadership in volunteer positions, government employee, military or police officer, engineer, computer analyst, dentist, judge or physician. Examples: John D. Rockefeller, Bill O'Reilly; Lyndon B. Johnson.

    2 - Developer - Myers Briggs MBTI - ESTP. Extrovert, Sensing, Thinking, Perceiving. KIERSEY - Artisan (=Craftsman) - Promoter. iPERSONIC - Energetic Doer. Career: Top executive, senior manager, head of sales and marketing, project managers, investment brokers, financial planners, labor relations leaders, business consulting, management consulting, stockbroker, economic analyst, judge. Examples: Donald Trump; Steve Jobs; Winston Churchill.

    3 - Results - Myers Briggs MBTI - ENTJ. Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Judging. KIERSEY - Rational - Field Marshal. iPERSONIC - Dynamic Thinker. Career: Paramedic, military personnel, police officer, pilot, financial advisor, stockbroker, news reporter, sportscaster, auctioneer, fitness instructor or skilled tradesman. Examples: General Patton, Rupert Murdoch, David Letterman.

    4 - Inspirational - Myers Briggs MBTI - ENTP. Extrovert, Intuitive, Thinking, Perceiving. KIERSEY - Rational - Inventor. iPERSONIC - Groundbreaking Thinker. Career: Politics, real estate development, advertising, marketing, PR, venture capitalist, management consultant or sports agent. Examples: Tom Hanks, Steve Wozniack, Celine Dion.