They get impatient if a meeting goes off the agenda.
They like to get things right.
They enjoy making good friends in the office and invest time in getting to know people.
They want meetings to start on time and finish on time.
They prefer you to give tasks the time they deserve and to reflect on the result.
Their enthusiasm for a piece of work can decrease over time.
They are a good team player.
They prefer to give and receive clear and short instructions.
They like to gather all the information before making a decision.
They like to tick things off their to do list and achieve their objectives.
Their are enthusiastic with work and with people.
They don’t like other people to rush them.
They make decisions quickly and easily.
They like working in teams or with other lawyers and business services.
They do not like confrontation and will often avoid it.
They sometimes start a new task before finishing the last one.
When being briefed on a new task, they like to get the context and not too much detail.
When they get or give a new task they prefer to start it quickly.
They prefer working with set procesess and procedures.
They prefer sending and receiving emails which are short and to the point.
They are good at seeing the implications of a possible action.
They like to get to know people including their personal backgrounds.
They enjoy getting new tasks or projects.
They particularly admire colleagues with proven knowledge and expertise.
They like to achieve their objectives and deadlines.
They are easy to approach and welcome your questions.
They can be creative about their work and like to solve challenges.
They can be pedantic with grammar in documents and emails.
They don’t like people to miss deadlines.
They don’t mind staying late in the office if it means the work is done correctly.
They like to check and re-check work for accuracy.
Sometimes they try to find new ways of doing things which already work very well.
When they’re busy on a matter they don’t want to chat.
They sometimes take on more work than they can handle because they like to say yes.
When starting meetings they first like to have a catch up chat.
Whilst they have ideas, they do not always think them through.
They are good at noticing people’s feelings.
If somebody is angry, their first thought can be, ‘what have I done wrong?'
Sometimes they change something just for the sake of change.
They can find it a challenge to delegate when people don’t have their standards.