Psychological Profile

(by Glenn M. Parker)

In this model, R. Jugandi is best described as the challenger.

CONTRIBUTOR - Task Oriented

COLLABORATOR - Goal Oriented

COMMUNICATOR - Process Oriented

CHALLENGER - Question Oriented

 

CONTRIBUTOR - Task Oriented
CONTRIBUTOR - Task Oriented
1
Freely shares all relevant information and opinions with other team members.
2
Helps the team use its time and resources.
3
Pushes the team to set high standards and to achieve top-level
4
Completes all team assignments and other relevant homework necessary for the completion of team tasks.
5
Accepts responsibility for all actions as a team member.
6
Completes all work in his regular job area and all other tasks not related to the team.
7
Provides the team with clear, concise, and useful presentations at team meetings.
8
Provides technical training for other team members and serves as a mentor for new team members.
9
Has a clear set of priorities.

 

COLLABORATOR - Goal Oriented
COLLABORATOR - Goal Oriented
1
Helps the team establish long-term goals and clarify its current objective or task.
2
Helps the team see how its work fits into the total organization.
3
Regularly reminds the team of the need to revisit their goals and action plans.
4
Encourages the team to establish plans with milestones and appropriate assignments.
5
Pitches in to help out other team members who need assistance.
6
Works hard to achieve team goals and to complete the current tasks even though he may not agree with them.
7
Does not gossip about other team members or share negative comments about team process with nonmembers.
8
Is flexible and open to new ideas or data that may alter team goals.
9
Often works outside his defined role to help the team achieve its goals.
10
Is willing to share the limelight with other team members.

 

COMMUNICATOR - Process Oriented
COMMUNICATOR - Process Oriented
1
Steps in to resolve process problems such as conflict among team members or lack of involvement by some members.
2
Listens attentively, while withholding judgment, to all viewpoints.
3
Helps the team relax and have fun by joking, laughing, and discussing personal interests.
4
Recognizes and praises other team members for their efforts.
5
Communicates enthusiasm and a sense of urgency about the team's work.
6
Periodically summarizes the status of a discussion or proposes a possible consensus
7
Encourages other team members to participate in the discussions and decisions of the team.
8
Helps the people on the team get to know each other and to know what skills and resources each can contribute.
9
Gives feedback to other team members - feedback that is descriptive, specific, and intended to be helpful.
10
Received feedback from other team members without becoming defensive.
11
Reminds the team to take the time periodically to assess team effectiveness and plan for improvement.

 

CHALLENGER - Question Oriented
CHALLENGER - Question Oriented
1
Candidly share views about the work of the team.
2
Is willing to disagree openly with the leadership of the team.
3
Often raises questions about the team's goals.
4
Pushes the team to set high ethical standards for work.
5
Speaks out even when views are contrary to those of a vast majority of the team.
6
Asks "why?" and "how?" and other relevant questions about presentations at team meetings.
7
Sometimes is accused of not being a team player because he differs with the conventional wisdom.
8
Challenges the team to take well-conceived risks.
9
Is honest in reporting and stating problems facing the team.
10
Is willing to blow the whistle on illegal and unethical activities.
11
Will back off when views are not accepted and will support a legitimate team consensus.