Strengths Quests

I don’t know if anyone else has been tasked with doing a StrengthsQuest Assessment. I just recently had to do one. The results is what I want to talk about.

According to the test, I am:

Activator- People who are especially talented in the Activator theme can make things happen by turning thoughts into  action. They are often impatient.

Command- People who are especially talented in the Command theme have presence. They can take control of a situation and make decisions.

Communication- People who are especially talented in the Communication theme generally find it easy to put their thoughts into words. They are good conversationalists and presenters.

Harmony- People who are especially talented in the Harmony theme look for consensus. They don’t enjoy conflict; rather, they seek areas of agreement.

Woo- People who are especially talented in the Woo theme love the challenge of meeting new people and winning them over. They derive satisfaction from breaking the ice and making a connection with another person.

With almost any “strength” or personality test, there is room for error. Mine was in the Harmony aspects. Harmonizers don’t like conflict. I know that one must focus on the conflict sometimes to get to a productive conclusion. Also, as the commander, it states that I want conflict. It gets results and resolution. This test was reliable in the areas, but not everything was true in each description.
It is good to have assistant to understand who you are as a leader and what are your strengths. I focus on the strengths not the weaknesses.I was wondering if anyone else has taken this quiz and remembers what there 5 themes were?Just curious. 🙂

 

 

 

 



3 Responses to “Strengths Quests”

  1.   ptinnell Says:

    I actually took the Strengths Quest a few weeks ago myself and I found that for me the results seemed accurate. My top 5 were Futuristic, Positivity, Adaptability, Includer, and Input.

  2.   jskyers Says:

    Nice results. With those strengths that you have, and to develop your strengths even mote wouldn’t it be helpful to at least reflect and work on those weaknesses? You can find strength in struggle.

  3.   etorres6 Says:

    I haven’t taken this test before, but I’ve taken some similar too it in the past. From my experience, I agree with what Janessa said (although it is true what you said to focus on strengths); sometimes it’s good to look at the areas you aren’t as strong in, it doesn’t hurt to improve. From your results it looks like you would only become an even better leader.

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