THE ANALYSTThe Analyst is often considered the thinker, the systematizer or the organizer. She is the one who keeps things on track and makes sure there are processes in place for success. Analysts have a tendency to seek out and share objectively identifiable results.Analysts seek order and tend to think through every detail multiple times. They don’t like wishy-washy ideas or feel that they need to get in touch with their emotions to get things done. Instead, they value clear goals, clear processes and only consider a project successful if all of the desired outcomes are achieved.Analysts are often highly valued members of a team for their ability to create systems and keep systems functioning while others are distracted by the ideas or the work. They thrive in operations roles and feel successful when they are able to build systems that will support a project or mission long-term.Avoid Common 'Analyst' RoadblocksAnalysts have a tendency to get frustrated by other Impact & Influence personality types. The Analyst’s ability to clearly see the flaws in the plan or perceived lack of need for someone to ‘care’ for them or for ‘connection’ to the team can be expressed (intentionally or unintentionally) as disdain for other approaches to making an impact.You may experience this when working on a team or project where everyone wants to find consensus, but you know that there is only one rational solution. Another example could be frustration when you're able to see long-term consequences but others are not thinking beyond tomorrow.To feel successful and make a positive impact, you should strive to develop communication strategies that allow you to express your insights without getting bogged down in minute details, and to share negative feedback constructively.Take advantage of your natural tendencies & know which complementary skills to develop:An Analyst with strong social skills can often be the most impactful member of a team. The Analyst can temper the over-excitement of the Visionaries and provide structure for the Builders to work within. Your ability to identify flaws and suggest improvements can be powerful when expressed effectively and with respect for the approaches of other team members.If you're ready to make a greater impact, focus on growing your skills in leadership and collaboration. Analysts who know how to collaborate well and even get others excited about the value of powerful systems, analysis and processes can become highly respected thought leaders.She Is Fierce! Membership Content that will help you make the most of your 'Analyst' style...Finding Your Passion & Purpose - Analysts can bring their unique talents to any kind of project, and are often called on for help from many different places. However, Analysts who lack an underlying sense of Passion or Purpose in their work often get far down their success path simply by the nature of their work style, but find themselves working in areas that don't actually hold meaning for them. The 'Passion & Purpose Challenge' will help you answer some of those bigger questions about what really matters to you and where you should be focusing your all of your insights for the greatest impact.Build a Powerful Network - Analysts can sometimes be focused on the work, the systems and the processes at the expense of their network. If you struggle with growing your network and finding powerful and real connections, the ‘Build a Powerful Network’ bundle will give you the tools you need to connect with anyone and surround yourself with people who value an Analyst’s way of thinking.
BUILDERThe Builder is integral to the success of absolutely anything. People with this Impact & Influence Personality Type are often recognized by employers, clients and organizations as ‘the kind of people you want on your team,’ the do-ers, the workers and the go-to people. The Builder is naturally inclined to do the work and doesn’t understand or have time for people who spend all day thinking about or talking about what is possible or how things 'should' be.Builders tend to find joy in their work, value progress and completion of projects and highly value approval from others and recognition that they are making a difference.Avoid Common 'Builder' RoadblocksBuilders can sometimes get stuck as the workhorses of any organization. Your natural tendency to get things done and seemingly (from the outside) unending ability to keep going when others tire of the work may make you the go-to person for all the wrong reasons. Builders who don’t have a plan in mind for how they can stand out or how they want to make an impact may find themselves working very hard on projects that aren’t meaningful to them.You may think your hard work speaks for itself, but remember that other people are busy too and may not recognize the effort you put in. Only you can accurately reflect the value that your work brings to the team and how much value your work could bring at the next level.Builders often find themselves the person that family, friends, work teams and their community turn to when they need something done. Remember - you don’t have to sign up for the PTA or the all-weekend volunteering job just because you would be good and ‘somebody needs to do it.’ You’re allowed to say no, and doing so gives you more energy for the projects that matter to you and allow you to increase your impact.Take advantage of your natural tendencies & know which complementary skills to develop:Builders have an advantage in making their mark. You have a tendency to be the person actually getting things done, and your work is a sign for others what you’re capable of. You are likely to be recognized by others as someone they can count on to come through for them.If you're ready to make a greater impact, focus on growing your skills in leadership and collaboration. Builders who also know how to bring others in to help them build anything faster and better are successful leaders.Surround yourself with people who value your hard work and have ideas and projects that inspire you. Find a Visionary who has a similar worldview to yours. Together, you will be unstoppable.She Is Fierce! Membership Content that will help you make the most of your 'Builder' style...Finding Your Passion & Purpose - Builders find joy in the work, but sometimes get started on a path that provides tasks with short-term satisfaction but lack a deeper sense of meaning. Builders who lack an underlying sense of passion or purpose in their work often get far down their success path chasing the next project or win before they realize they need more. The 'Passion & Purpose Challeng'e will help you answer some of those bigger questions about what really matters to you and where you should be focusing your hard work for the best outcomes for yourself and the world.Build a Powerful Personal Brand - Your natural tendency to get things done can be branded as a strength or simply seen as a tool to help others on their path to success - the way you communicate your ‘personal brand’ to others will dictate if you become the person who is always staying late finishing other people’s work or the leader who inspires others through their strong work ethic. The ‘Build a Powerful Personal Brand’ bundle can help you communicate the value of your work so others will understand the impact you’re making every day.
THE CAREGIVERCaregivers have a true passion for protecting those in need - with or without thanks. They are natural protectors of the ‘mission’ and feel rewarded by giving to others or completing meaningful projects.Being a Caregiver can be expressed through a natural desire to care for others and/or a natural desire to care for a project or protect an outcome.Caregivers are often the person their friends, family and coworkers look to for help when they’re struggling and have a tendency to naturally step in to save the day.On a team, a Caregiver is often an integral part of any team or system and is focused on 'keep things going.'Caregivers natural tendencies can be expressed in emotional intelligence and support of others, but it can be also expressed through a strong connection to a project or mission. Caregivers tend to want to know that things are running smoothly and are eager to step in when something goes wrong. It is important to her that everything is on track. Caregivers tend to check in on others' emotional states and on the progress is being made toward a goal regularly whether they are leading a project or not.Avoid Common 'Caregiver' RoadblocksCaregivers are often deeply appreciated but not as highly valued as they should be. Since you have a natural tendency to serve and look for areas where you can provide support, others may (intentionally or unintentionally) assume that ‘you like being in that role’ and undervalue the work you do.Being a Caregiver does not mean you can’t take on leadership roles or stand out from the crowd. It does mean you need to be even more intentional and strategic than others.If you want to make a greater impact you will likely have to prove that you are not only a ‘protector’ or ‘supporter’ but someone who is able to use their strong passion for group cohesiveness and results to add value in everything you do.Take advantage of your natural tendencies & know which complementary skills to develop:Successful Caregivers know how to use their natural tendency to nurture to their advantage.To step into higher levels of leadership, you may want to develop and hone complementary skills including assertiveness, decisiveness and the ability to trust your own instincts when necessary.Your natural emotional intelligence sets you apart from others. As a leader, you more instinctively nurture collaboration in others.To increase your Impact & Influence, cultivate confidence and the communication tools needed to express your value to others. With the right strategies in place, you’ll find that you’re more highly valued and seen as integral to the success of anything you're working on.She Is Fierce! Membership Content that will help you make the most of your 'Caregiver' style...Build a Powerful Personal Brand - Your natural tendency to protect and care for the things and people that matter to you can lead others to see you as a ‘giver’ and not a leader. The 'Build a Powerful Personal Brand' bundle will give you practical tools and strategies to highlight the value in your style and emphasize naturally the importance of your role to the success of any project. Caregivers can make powerful change when they know how to stand up for their values and expect respect.Cultivating Confidence - Caregivers often spend so much time focusing on the needs of others and forget that it’s ok to focus on themselves. The 'Cultivating Confidence' bundle of our membership will give you tools to stand up for yourself and speak out about the power of the work you’re doing and the greater impact you’re making.
CONNECTORConnectors are social butterflies with a naturally strong sense of empathy. They tend to be the person who always has a welcoming smile and invites strangers into the fold. They are the most likely to know everyone in the room and know intuitively who should be connected to who.Connectors can be incredibly impactful people to have on a team - because they expand the reach of any team beyond its limited numbers. Connectors know how to spread the word about something meaningful that is happening and get outsiders to see the value in the work being done.They seek out people they find interesting and can be deeply passionate about others’ success. As leaders, they are collaborative and supportive and tend to give credit to others for a project’s success.Avoid Common 'Connector' RoadblocksConnectors can be expected to always be the life of the party and to make any situation easier for those who aren’t as comfortable as they are.Connectors also tend to be naturally trusting people who see the best in others where others might see red flags. For this reason, you may be more susceptible to creating relationships that are one-sided in the other person’s favor, and may even become wary of others because you’ve been “burned one too many times.”Over time, Connectors can intentionally build up a sense for people’s motivations and learn to trust your instincts to guide you. Remember that it’s not your responsibility to get along with everyone or make everyone feel good.Connectors may also be undervalued and seen as ‘social’ instead of ‘productive.’ Use your social skills to ensure that the people who matter know that you’re using your networking skills for everyone’s advantage.Take advantage of your natural tendencies & know which complementary skills to develop:Don’t underestimate the power of a Connector to make an impact when your skills are used for good.Communication and networking may come easily to you, and even feel fun. That’s why some Connectors don’t value their natural sociability or see how powerful it can be.Connectors are most successful when they pair their natural Impact & Influence Style with another strength they have. A Connector who is clear on their practical strengths (like a natural or learned ability such as a talent with numbers or design) can use their ‘Connector’ abilities to create positive sentiments and move projects that matter to them forward more quickly.Focus on honing your analytical skills or your more practical get-down-to-work side to balance your natural social skills with a practical skillset that will make you unstoppable.She Is Fierce! Membership Content that will help you make the most of your 'Connector' style...Finding Your Passion & Purpose - Connectors find joy in working with and supporting others. Sometimes, that translates into getting started on a path that feels meaningful because they are helping someone else, but ends up feeling like a drain on their energy and time as they work on something that matters to someone else - not something they are passionate about. The 'Passion & Purpose Challenge' will help you answer some of those bigger questions about what really matters to you and where you should be focusing your hard work for the best outcomes for yourself and the world.Mapping Your Goals - The ‘Mapping Your Goals’ bundle provides practical tools and tried-and-tested systems to build a plan for success at anything. Use the skills you learn here to plan for success, create realistic project timelines and provide information to others who can help you. With a powerful and clear plan in place, you will know what exactly to communicate using your Connector skills and how/who to ask for help to bring your goals to life.
VISIONARYThe Visionary is the person with all the ideas - the trailblazer, the person who is four steps ahead of today’s agenda and already moving on from there. Visionaries often feel like they are the only one who sees things differently... they're always coming up with the next best way to solve problems and are eager to put their solutions into place.Visionaries tend to be very future-focused and less interested in the day-to-day details of how things get done. Visionaries may also be considered considered rebels or evangelists for what is possible.Visionaries can 'see' the future with more clarity than other personality types. Their enthusiasm for what is possible can be infectious but others might struggle to fully grasp what their ideas.Avoid Common 'Visionary' RoadblocksSome people who have a ‘Visionary’ Impact & Influence Personality struggle to explain their big internal vision for what is possible and don’t understand when others can’t see what they can. Visionaries can struggle to get excited about projects they are not leading or that don't hold meaning for them beyond the work itself.You may need to build in strategic approaches to success based on the situation you’re in. If you feel like no one is interested in your big vision, you may want to seek out collaborative or innovative teams or share your creative ideas with a mentor or manager. Remember that when presented thoughtfully and respectfully, your creative thinking may be more valued than you realize.Take advantage of your natural tendencies & know which complementary skills to develop:Successful Visionaries develop strong communication and leadership skills. Visionaries who communicate their thoughts and ideas well and learn to manage their approach to bringing others along with them into the future are natural leaders.Visionaries who are able to think both creatively and analytically are rare. Honing your analytical skills will set you apart from the crowd and give others more faith that your big ideas are actionable.Having the best ideas is only meaningful if you can develop practical plans to bring those ideas to life, and find and inspire others to join you as you work to create the future you know is possible. Surround yourself with 'Analysts' and 'Builders' who can improve on your vision and work to bring it to life alongside you.She Is Fierce! Membership Content that will help you make the most of your 'Visionary' style...Mapping Your Goals - The ‘Mapping Your Goals’ bundle provides practical tools and tried-and-tested systems to build a plan for the development of your big ideas. Use the skills you learn here to plan for success, create realistic project timelines and provide information to others who can help you. Build a Powerful Network - Visionaries can sometimes be focused on their own ideas and thoughts, and can get frustrated that the idea they know would work isn’t championed by anyone else. The solution is to build a powerful network who you can reach out to for support as you bring your vision to life. The ‘Build a Powerful Network’ bundle will give you the tools you need to connect with anyone and get them excited about your big plans.