|Challenger||Challengers provide the necessary drive to ensure that the team keeps moving and does not lose focus or momentum. They are challenging, dynamic, thriving on pressure, and courageous to overcome obstacles, which are their most important strenghts. Their most prominent weaknesses include a tendency to provoke other people and offend their feelings.|
|Creative||These people tend to be highly creative and good at solving problems in unconventional ways. Their strenghts include creativity and free-thinking; they are highly able to generate ideas and solves difficult problems. On the other hand, their usual weaknesses are a restriction in effective communication as a consequence of high preocupation, as well as a tendency to ignore incidentals.|
|Doer||These people’s role is to plan a practical, workable strategy and carry it out as efficiently as possible. Their main strenghts include practicality, reliability, efficiency, and ability to turn ideas into actions and organise work that needs to be done. They might be inflexible and slowly responsible for new possibilities, which are implementers’ crucial weaknesses.|
|Expert||Experts are individuals with in-depth knowledge of a key area of work. They are single-minded, self-starting, dedicated, and they provide a wide range of knowledge, which are their key strenghts. On the other hand, they usually contribute only on a narrow front and focus on technicalities more than it is necessary, which are their most usual weaknesses.|
|Explorer||They provide inside knowledge of the opposition and make sure that the team’s idea would carry to the world outside the team. They are outgoing, enthusiastic, and communicative, with a tendency to explore opportunities and develops contacts, which are their key strenghts. On the other hand, their weaknesses are often excessive optimism combined with the loss of interest once initial enthusiasm has passed.|
|Logical||They provide a logical eye, make impartial judgements where required and weigh up the team’s options in a dispassionate way. Their key strenghts are sobriety and ability to see all options and judge accurately, while usual weaknesses include lack of drive and ability to inspire others, as well as excessive criticism.|
|Organizer||Organizers focus on the team’s objectives, draw out team members and delegate work appropriately. Strenghts of these people are maturity, confidence, ability to clarify goals, identify talents, and delegates a job effectively. They are often seen as manipulative and tending to redirect their own share of work to the others, which represent their most prominent weaknesses.|
|Polisher||Polishers are most effectively used at the end of a task, to “polish” and scrutinise the work for errors, subjecting it to the highest standards of quality control. They are diligent, conscientious and willing to search out errors, which are their main strenghts. Polishers are inclined to worry unduly and reluctant to delegate the work, which are their key weaknesses.|
|Team-player||These people help a team to function properly by using their their versatility to identify the work required and complete it on behalf of the team. Team-players’ strenghts include co-operativeness, perceptiveness, diplomacy, and ability to prevent conflicts within the team. On the other hand, their main weaknesses are indecision in critical situations, as well as excessive avoiding of confrontation.|
Frequently Asked Questions
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At Evalart we offer monthly plans as well as pay-as-you-go packages. Both monthly plans and pay-as-you-go packages include a number of tests that correspond to the number of evaluations you can perform. For example, a 20-test plan would allow you to evaluate 20 people with one test or 10 people with 2 tests, that is, one test is deducted from the plan for each test answered by one person. The larger the size of the package or plan, the lower the unit cost of the tests.
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