#StrengthsFinder #Adaptability in the form many in #Singapore who went through A.Maths can relate - Graphs I have the StrengthsFinder talent ‘Adaptability’ & decided to draw a graph for the more visual learners about the possible correlation between Motivation and Adaptability And just to share some insight from Victor @victor_seet  A person like myself who is low on Adaptability (#30) might interpret the actions of those with Adaptability and feel this graph is basement manifestation. I’ve learnt that my lenses often judge this group of people because I value work to be completed as soon as possible. It is likely that someone like me “judges” this behavior to be procrastination. As I now respect what people with high Adaptability bring to a team, I have since changed my perspectives and now am learning how to work with those with Adaptability. I personally think one of the polar opposite theme (in terms of motivation) is Achiever. And since Achiever is the most common theme, it is technically possible that many view this behavior to be a basement manifestation I’m sure many people who work closely with those with Adaptability will resonate with the finalizing of route at the “last minute”. And having Adaptability is not an excuse to be unprepared Interestingly, the idea of “how prepared is enough?” is quite subjective, depending on our talent filter. I think a person with Deliberative might value preparation a tad more than most others. Maybe we should also evaluate “how much more spontaneous we can be!” I enjoy watching the spontaneity of young kids. My Adaptability is low (#30). I often envy those who can be spontaneous so easily. By the way, I think you are right in saying this is a slice. The main point of this graph is to map out the correlation between motivation and deadline. The pic tells the side of the story of how people with Adaptability are motivated. The graph doesn’t say whether the person can be more prepared. #StrengthsQuest #StrengthsSchool #StrengthsFinderSG #Asia #HumanResource #Gallup #SelfImprovement #SelfDevelopment #TrainingAndDevelopment #StrengthsFinderCoach Jason Ho • SouthEast Asia’s 1st StrengthsFinder Coach

#StrengthsFinder #Adaptability in the form many in #Singapore who went through A.Maths can relate - Graphs

I have the StrengthsFinder talent ‘Adaptability’ & decided to draw a graph for the more visual learners about the possible correlation between Motivation and Adaptability

And just to share some insight from Victor @victor_seet 

A person like myself who is low on Adaptability (#30) might interpret the actions of those with Adaptability and feel this graph is basement manifestation. I’ve learnt that my lenses often judge this group of people because I value work to be completed as soon as possible. It is likely that someone like me “judges” this behavior to be procrastination. As I now respect what people with high Adaptability bring to a team, I have since changed my perspectives and now am learning how to work with those with Adaptability. I personally think one of the polar opposite theme (in terms of motivation) is Achiever. And since Achiever is the most common theme, it is technically possible that many view this behavior to be a basement manifestation

I’m sure many people who work closely with those with Adaptability will resonate with the finalizing of route at the “last minute”. And having Adaptability is not an excuse to be unprepared

Interestingly, the idea of “how prepared is enough?” is quite subjective, depending on our talent filter. I think a person with Deliberative might value preparation a tad more than most others. Maybe we should also evaluate “how much more spontaneous we can be!” I enjoy watching the spontaneity of young kids. My Adaptability is low (#30). I often envy those who can be spontaneous so easily.

By the way, I think you are right in saying this is a slice. The main point of this graph is to map out the correlation between motivation and deadline. The pic tells the side of the story of how people with Adaptability are motivated. The graph doesn’t say whether the person can be more prepared.

#StrengthsQuest #StrengthsSchool #StrengthsFinderSG #Asia #HumanResource #Gallup #SelfImprovement #SelfDevelopment #TrainingAndDevelopment #StrengthsFinderCoach

Jason Ho • SouthEast Asia’s 1st StrengthsFinder Coach