A person's ability to achieve results, carry out activities, take on challenges and be of service

  • Oriented towards service and human aspects
  • Long term
  • Stable, predictable and tenacious
  • Takes the required time
  • Has values other than money
  • Little tolerance of pressure
  • Oriented towards results, challenges and success
  • Short term
  • Energetic, ambitious and persistent
  • Always rushed
  • Very motivated by money
  • Good tolerance of pressure


    GROUP A (01 to 09)

    People with these results look for an environment where loyal service is recognized, appreciated and required. They are oriented almost exclusively towards improving the plight of others (quality of life).

    They have the necessary ambition, energy and determination to follow work methods. They are very consistent, reliable, and not at all difficult.

    They look for specific functions where results are not immediate. They are dedicated to the organization and to being of service.

    • They prefer to develop individuals rather than seek productivity and profitability.
    • They do not accept pressure.
    • They definitely require long-term objectives.

    GROUP B (10 to 29)

    People with these results look for a variety of activities supported by general tasks. They are more comfortable with colleagues who are similar to themselves. They are persistent and oriented towards long-term projects.

    They are calm, stable, loyal and predictable. They are motivated by factors other than financial gain and, as a result, are generally pillars of the community. They are stimulated by tasks that are new and somewhat different, and react well to supervision.

    Assigned tasks are truly important to them and they prefer a stress-free environment. They like to get involved in a process of a social or human nature where they can improve quality of life. They derive satisfaction from work that is associated with performance methods or with the development of the abilities of others.

    • They do not withstand pressure well.
    • Motivation factors help them develop skills, particularly during their integration period.
    • They tend to feel rejected and react poorly to negative feedback.
    • They need and react better to long-term objectives.
    • They give more importance to human values than to achieving results.

    GROUP C (30 to 49)

    People with these results look for an environment where the goals are useful for them and for the organization. They need a milieu that gives them an opportunity to invest their talent and energy in things other than money and standing. They want to take the time to accomplish what they have to do slowly and surely.

    They are quite determined, tireless and ambitious. They attain their goals in a rather dynamic way. They want a calm, stable and secure lifestyle.

    Achieving personal satisfaction and being of service to people are factors that motivate them. It is important for them to feel that they are contributing to the development of the people with whom they work. They need a combination of good income and security.

    • They are resistant to imposed pressure.
    • They can be helped to set higher goals for themselves and persuaded to attain them.
    • They must be integrated by people whose style resembles their own.
    • They tend to draw out their integration period.
    • They respond better to long-term objectives.

    GROUP D (50 to 69)

    People with these results look for an environment where there are enough challenges to meet for it to be stimulating. The rewards must be satisfying monetarily and in terms of human values. They look for new successes to achieve.

    They are guided by success and thrive in challenging situations. They are ambitious and energetic. Their degree of personal commitment is such that they get as much satisfaction from being of service as from achieving a result and obtaining additional income.

    They look for additional challenges in their work environment. They accept established objectives and minimum pressure. They can occasionally perform very demanding tasks, especially if they combine productivity and human development.

    • They are obstinate and determined to achieve their results.
    • Repetitive work bores them.
    • They need to be integrated by people who are similar to themselves.
    • They do not like to work under pressure.

    GROUP E (70 to 89)

    People with these results look for a constantly changing environment. They undertake demanding activities where the financial rewards are very high. They like challenges and recognition, since they want to enhance their image.

    They are tireless, dynamic, obstinate and eager. They are oriented towards results and anxious to achieve them.

    They prefer short-term objectives where the financial rewards are substantial. They like to take on challenges that require them to be creative and demanding, and that involve a lot of pressure. For them, productivity is the key to success.

    • They may appear irritable and rebellious.
    • They crave challenges and are impatient; their training and integration period must be extremely short.
    • They are more success-oriented than people-oriented.

    GROUP F (90 to 99)

    People with these results look for an environment that is constantly evolving and that offers particularly stimulating challenges. They are motivated by work where there is constant pressure and where routine and repetitive tasks are non-existent.

    They are very ambitious, energetic, obstinate and definitely determined to succeed. They take on challenges for both personal satisfaction and financial gain. Stimuli motivate them and enable them to perform.

    They are anxious to attain their goals and immediately pursue new short-term objectives. They prefer activities that involve substantial risks, that are very demanding and that offer very high financial rewards.

    • They constantly need new challenges to maximize their involvement.
    • They are demanding of themselves and of others.
    • They are strongly oriented towards achieving results and may appear aggressive.
    • They tend to manage short term.