Adventurers live in the moment, appreciating the depth of their surrounding and connections with people and ideas. They are sensitive to other’s feelings and value harmony taking extra efforts to minimize conflict. After working in a team, Adventurers need time to recharge their batteries so they can continue to be their charming selves.
Adventurers have a niche for attending to fine details; however, they are better at focusing on the here and now rather than future planning. They are free souls and need to be able to improvise and experiment. The quiet shyness often shown by Adventurers is backed with passion and curiosity that flourishes with independence.
• Relaxed and pleasant to be around
• Strong empathetic capacity
• Curious and imaginative mind
• Enjoys being hands-on and practical
• Loyal to their values
• Strong need for freedom and independence
• May become overly emotional in stressful situations
• Tend to steer away from conflict
• May struggle with abstract thinking
• Potential to lack long-term focus, preferring to take things day by day
Adventurers feel most comfortable working with peers rather than different levels of management. Although they prefer working independently, they are seen as friendly and quite charming, making Adventurers a well-liked teammate.
Although they have a very non-domineering personality type, that does not mean Adventurers do not make good leaders and managers. Their emotional intelligence allows them to be great listeners. They empower subordinates to problem solve with the right amount of inspiration and support.
Adventurers are eager to learn and have a passion for solving problems. Providing the opportunity for independence keeps an Adventurer engaged in their work and not overwhelmed by social interaction. Although well-liked, Adventurers can also become sensitive when their work is critiqued.