Assess-net Personality
[Relating to others]|[Working habit]|[Environment]|[In general]|[Advice corner]|[Behavioural profile]
What characterizes you when relating with others
During a conversation, people easily notice the determination with which you express your opinions. However, you avoid insisting too much and, even if that is not your strong point, you manage to question yourself once in a while.
You may lack diplomacy sometimes, because you do not listen carefully enough to those around you.
Your preferred environment
If people want you to listen to them, they must avoid presenting you with fanciful or overly simple proposals. You consider those who do so to be either naive and unrealistic or worse: hypocrites and manipulators.
Even in a confrontation, you prefer those who establish a genuine discussion.
Those who present you with their arguments must be wise enough not to give you the impression that the decisions have already been taken. Under these conditions, you are willing to re-examine your points of view.
You like concrete facts. Unrealistic projects do not enthuse you at all.
What characterizes you at work
When you start a project, you are used to doing everything you can to finish it properly. You certainly do not spare yourself any effort, even if you have to do that over a long period of time and under difficult conditions.
Your enthusiasm does not prevent you from thinking about how to avoid excessive haste.
You want to play a significant role in your working environment because of your competence and efficiency. If you had to "wait for things to happen", or remain in the background, you would quickly look for another job.
You do not need the close support of your colleagues, but you can share your centres of interest.
In general terms
In your eyes, inaction is not the way to relax. You are always motivated in order to use your energy to the fullest. You even find it difficult to accept that some people are happiest when doing nothing.
You always have ambitious projects. You play a significant role when it comes to making choices or decisions. However, if you enjoy taking initiatives, you also avoid being excessively bold.
You do not seek to be surrounded by a lot of attentive people, nor do you want to attract them by listening to them in an obliging manner. When you establish a relationship with someone, you have already checked that they will not let you down.
You like it when you encounter resistance, when circumstances highlight your strong points and prove to you that you can overcome obstacles.
Advice corner
All forms of conduct, according to their professional environments, have their good points but also their points for improvement. To succeed in your interviews and draw up a realistic project:
You can rely on support from...
The intensity of your efforts
The importance of your projects
Your firmness in pushing away those who meddle in your affairs
Your taste for a fight
Your struggle against illusion
The balanced approach which you impose
You should take into consideration...
Your exhausting rhythm of work
Your intolerance with regard to contradictions
Concerning feelings of indifference
Your intolerance with regard to failure
Your tendency to blame it on others
Outbursts of anger
Your behavioural profile
Loneliness : Good points
Shows reserve and modesty in hisher relationships.
Knows how to concentrate on details.
Acts independently.
Refuses others' help.
Sociability : Good points
Shows warmth and inspire sympathy.
Tries to involve himselfherself in a group project.
Needs to develop a great relational activity.
Makes sure to defend the general interest.
Loneliness : Points for improvement
Runs the risk of isolating himselfherself.
Marks out hisher territory easily.
Sometimes creates too much distance in hisher relationships.
Fails to encourage communication.
Sociability : Points for improvement
Has difficulty to accept independent behaviour.
Fears group's rejections.
Can lose focus on hisher activities or relationships.
Shows himselfherself up sometimes.
Reserve : Good points
Selects those that are worthy of hisher confidence.
Is faithful in hisher relationships.
Is cautious towards excesses of enthusiasm.
Easily maintains hisher attention and concentration.
Spontaneity : Good points
Adopts a communicative posture.
Expresses himselfherself easily and directly.
Shows optimism.
Knows how to create a calm atmosphere.
Reserve : Points for improvement
Is sensitive to stress.
Tends to blow up concerns.
Easily retreats into himselfherself.
Is reluctant to evaluate himselfherself.
Spontaneity : Points for improvement
Can adopt an intrusive posture.
Can behave in a superficial manner.
Gives the impression of little commitment.
Can give an impression of lack of concern.
Research for a compromise : Good points
Approaches situations with calm.
Avoids all excessively brutal or hasty reactions.
Knows how to compromise.
Will to win : Good points
Immediately reacts to obstacles.
Is often the "driving force" in hisher environment.
Has a competitive leaning.
Research for a compromise : Points for improvement
Can get caught up in hisher attempts for reconciliation.
Does not always react with quite enough speed.
Tends to favour attained balances.
Will to win : Points for improvement
Can react impulsively.
Can annoy those around himher because of hisher energy.
Does not know how to lose.
Improvisation : Good points
Identifies easier with short-term projects.
Easily adapts to the unpredictable.
Demonstrates astuteness and originality.
Has the sense of repartee.
Organisation : Good points
Acts methodically, with rigour.
Tries to reinforce hisher actions.
Knows how to commit himselfherself to objectives.
Has a sense of hierarchy.
Improvisation : Points for improvement
Can lack in accuracy or small detail.
Sometimes channels hisher ideas with difficulty.
Easily modifies hisher objectives or ways of proceeding.
Can not see to various tasks in hisher work or objectives.
Organisation : Points for improvement
Has difficulty changing direction or method.
Fears originality or innovation.
Analyzes changes in detail.
Can show strictness or intransigence.
Occupational position : Good points
Refuses projects that are too risky.
Avoids power struggles.
Wants to be a consultant or technician.
Hierarchical position : Good points
Looks to take responsibility and play an influential role.
Is unafraid to expose himselfherself to influence hisher environment.
Likes being in "pole-position".
Occupational position : Points for improvement
Sometimes prefers to favour hisher security.
Fears being at the front line.
Needs to refer to an organization or a hierarchy.
Hierarchical position : Points for improvement
Fears not receiving enough acknowledgement.
Can launch himselfherself into oversized projects.
Is sensitive to flattery.

Assess-net Management
[The ability to be a driving force]|[The ability to decide]|[The ability to delegate]
The ability to be a driving force
Your tendencies:
- Asserts his/her right to exercise responsibilities dealing with people.
- His/her ambitions are greater than his/her abilities to realize them.
Your style:
- Is more at ease in a group relationship than in an individual relationship.
- Does not always pay enough attention to the ideas and opinions of others.
Not seeking to convince or influence others.
Preferring situations maintaining discretion.
Not thinking that hisher ideas are meaningful for everyone.
Needing surroundings that allow for concentration.
Liking to activate people around himher in hisher projects.
Not hesitating to personally take the step forward.
Ensuring the promotion of hisher own ideas.
Needing to get others' support.
The ability to decide
Your tendencies:
- Enjoys making quick, resourceful decisions.
- Wants to assume his/her responsibilities but can lack steadiness.
Your style:
- Has a sense of critical judgement and needs to have "things" move forward.
- Does not want to take big risks.
Studying well all the options before deciding.
Having the habit of questioning himselfherself a lot.
Not taking the risk of disturbing those around himher.
Needing an activity with constant indicators.
Liking to take personal initiatives.
Basing hisher certainty on solid convictions.
Being unafraid to confront opposition when it arises.
Needing to also consider diverging opinions.
The ability to delegate
Your tendencies:
- Likes to centralize and implement things on his/her own.
- Monitors tasks that have been delegated.
Your style:
- Likes to enhance the value of the team as well as individual responsibility.
- Can sometimes adopt an overly authoritative style.
Preferring to devote himselfherself to hisher focuses of interest.
Tending to worry a lot about details.
Endeavouring to carry out any tasks under hisher responsibility.
Needing to dedicate himselfherself to tasks heshe masters well.
Liking to share hisher projects with those around himher.
Having a clear vision of the situations and their development.
Knowing how to control and modify hisher delegation as need be.
Needing competent, responsible delegated personnel.