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Assimilators: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences

Assimilators: Typical Strengths and Work Preferences

By Donna DunningDonna Dunning

Personality type preferences ISFJ and ISTJ

Characteristic Strengths

• Detailed

• Methodical

• Practical

• Task-focused

• Building on experience

Work Preferences

• Having structure, routine, and predictability in the workplace

• Planning carefully before starting a task

• Taking one thing at a time; working systematically and carefully

• Using accuracy and precision

• Mastering the facts and learning about a topic of interest in detail

• Having quiet time to reflect on information and experiences

This post is an excerpt from Donna’s book, 10 Career Essentials

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