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Risk-Taking

Risk-Taking team members do not mind taking the path less traveled. They enjoy being the one to push the edges of any situation.

Traits

Confident
Curious
Flexible
Individualistic
Promoter
Spontaneous
Prompt
Unique

Tendencies

Working with a team, Risk-taking team members are boldly curious. They are willing to shift course and pursue a new direction and would prefer for the team to pioneer the industry. Risk-taking team members speak and act with confidence. They are strong promoters of change.

Potential Pitfalls

Risk-taking team members can be so eager to try something groundbreaking that they can tune out important details. They might need to be reminded to think through scenarios and be prepared to communicate with the team or stakeholders if the action does not go as expected. The tendency to promptly move to action might also come across as a disregard of process and rules.

Build Team Excellence

Teams can rely on Risk-taking team members to be first movers and champions of change. They delight in identifying and trying alternative methods and processes. While they enjoy the “win” of being the first to try a new approach, they quickly recover from and have little fear of failure. Avoid micro-managing Risk-taking team members, as their methods are often unique and flexible. If needed, keep their spontaneity in check by consistently holding them accountable to check-in and progress monitoring processes used across the team.

Personal Growth

You are not afraid to try never-before-seen practices in the organization. Grow your awareness of potential setbacks and impact, by role-playing or visualizing your steps before jumping into a new process or project. Be particularly mindful of how the new method will affect other team members and communication needed.

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Teamwork Tendency Types

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Conventional team members are confident and others are reassured because of their consistency in process and approach.

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Inventive team members are forward thinking and somewhat visionary. They enjoy finding unexpected answers or solutions.

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People-focused

People-Focused team members have a keen interest in maintaining harmony among members of the team. They also want to ensure that all voices are heard.

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Practical

Practical team members use a structured approach to problem solving. They are very methodical in their approach to any task.

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Results-focused team members are relentless in the pursuit of achieving a goal.

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Risk-taking

Risk-Taking team members do not mind taking the path less traveled. They enjoy being the one to push the edges of any situation.

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