You are a Questioner

You take a straightforward approach when anticipating the needs of your coworkers, often directly asking the parties involved for their input. You aren’t one to make assumptions, but instead rely on the information you glean from those around you. You are good at getting people to talk, and your coworkers appreciate your candor and interest in their ideas and opinions.

Although your direct approach allows little room for error, it may leave you scratching your head when all the details aren't readily available. To help you hone your ability to anticipate the needs of others, consider relying more on your observational skills. By tuning in not only to what people tell you, but also how they behave and react to others through body language, facial expressions and so on, you'll be able to correctly identify what they want, even when those needs are not conveyed directly to you.

Learn about other intuition types:

A square with an icon of a cloud and the word "Analyst" A square with an icon of arrows in a circle and the word "Adapter" A square with an icon of a question mark and the word "Questioner" A square with an icon of a magnifying glass and the word "Observer"


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