Wednesday, March 27, 2013

A CFO's Emergenetics Thinking Attributes

Meet Sandy Harris. Sandy is the Chief Financial Officer of the Pastoral Institute. Her Emergenetics profile reads:

Analytical (Blue) – 30%
Structural (Green) – 31%
Social (Red) – 25%
Conceptual (Yellow) – 14%

*Note: 23% or greater is considered a strength.

Obviously, being the CFO and having a preference for Analytical Thinking of 30% is helpful. One reason I know she has a preference for Structural Thinking—she arrives to work everyday at the same time. Look at her smile. This is a sure sign (and the fact that she agreed to my personal photo shoot) that Sandy has a Social Thinking preference of 25%.

As for her 14% preference for Conceptual Thinking, which is not a strength, don't worry, Sandy has enough right brain coworkers she can lean on whenever the need arises.


3 comments:

  1. She is also very compassionate. Which scale is that on??
    Emergentics very helpful in looking at office relationships.

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  2. I don't know how I missed this comment. The Compassion part of Sandy's personality is rooted in her Social Thinking Attribute. Great observation!

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