THE OVERSEER is friendly, realistic, analytical and organized. They
are the most driven and enthusiastic of the character types. They are
particularly well suited to occupations such as executives, analysts and
THE OVERSEER’S strongest personality indicators are in
sensing, thinking and
judgment. Some areas may be more pronounced
than others. The following information contains a broad description of
their individual character ingredients.
- THE OVERSEER is highly sociable and freely interacts with many
people. Their conversations cover a wide breadth of subject matter,
since they easily speak their mind and react spontaneously to whatever
is said. They feel most comfortable around other people than being by
themselves; therefore, they maintain a multiplicity of relationships.
In doing so, they exert a high level of energy keeping up on the
"goings on", so that they can efficiently manage their network of
- They are conservative risk takers. Decisions are made based on
past experience. They work best within the realm of factual or
tangible. Spirituality is not a strength. They are considered to be
very "down to earth" people. They search for the practicality in
everything they do. Problems are dealt with in a timely matter and
they seek out sensible and realistic solutions.
- When appropriate, THE OVERSEER may be reserved, appearing firm and
impersonal. They make decisions analytically, carefully weighing out
all the feasible options. They rely more heavily on principle than on
morality or spirituality and they are somewhat predictable due to
their methodical nature.
- In addition, they may appear to be a take-charge person who is
well organized, does not overlook the details and plans everything in
advance. They work well with deadlines and like to complete one task
before starting another. A sense of closure is important so all loose
ends are wrapped up. They have no trouble making decisions and like to
take care of their own business.
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