ENFP (Extraversion, iNtuition, Feeling, Perception)
The Clifton StrengthsFinder
As you may know, the Clifton StrengthsFinder measures the presence of talent in 34 categories called “themes.” These themes were determined by Gallup as those that most consistently predict outstanding performance. The greater the presence of a theme of talent within a person, the more likely that person is to spontaneously exhibit those talents in day-to-day behaviors.Focusing on naturally powerful talents helps people use them as the foundation of strengths and enjoy personal, academic, and career success through consistent, near-perfect performance.
Below are my top five themes of talent, ranked in the order revealed by my responses to the Clifton StrengthsFinder.
How well do you think these themes describe me?
People who are especially talented in the Connectedness theme have faith in the links between all things. They believe there are few coincidences and that almost every event has a reason.
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.
People who are especially talented in the Input theme have a craving to know more. Often they like to collect and archive all kinds of information.
People who are especially talented in the Developer theme recognize and cultivate the potential in others. They spot the signs of each small improvement and derive satisfaction from these improvements.
People who are especially talented in the Adaptability theme prefer to “go with the flow.” They tend to be “now” people who take things as they come and discover the future one day at a time.
To learn more about the Clifton StrengthsFinder and how you can discover your top five themes, visit http://strengths.gallup.com
Check out my results from: http://uk.tickle.com/test/photo.html
This is the second test I’ve taken from them… they got me for sure on this one!
Enjoy… take the test and post your results in the comments section.
We can see that you have more of an analytical mind than most people and that you’re probably on hand to take record important events regardless of whether it is a wedding, graduation, or just the time when a group of friends came round for dinner.
This doesn’t mean that you’re herding people around in search of the perfect group photo, more that you think about the subjects more carefully than most. This attitude is also reflected in your personal life. We can’t see you endlessly running blindly from task to task. It’s not that you always take your time to do things properly, more that you think about the situation rather than just charging in to see what develops.
Wednesday May 17, 2006 – 09:00pm (CDT)