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What kind of

WORKER AM I? We all work better in different ways. This is what makes us unique and is the key to successful teamwork. The method through which work is produced is a vital part of a job role, having a huge effect on job satisfaction. In order to identify your strengths, it’s important to first identify what type of work suits you best. This guide will help you find out.

LEADER/ MANAGER

HANDS-ON WORKER Hands-on workers like making and physically doing things. Sitting in an office all day is their idea of hell. They take pride in seeing a tangible end to their work, and enjoy being part of a process that involves building or creating something. Physical/practical work can manifest itself in numerous ways – some people may work in construction, engineering or logistics, whereas others may work in the creative arts and design.

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Natural leaders have a good perspective of the entire process as a whole. They like to be involved in several projects at once. Those with managerial ability often know the best way of doing something and frequently make suggestions for improvements. They can be quite vocal and forthcoming with their thoughts on a range of matters. You could be a natural leader if you’re always keen to take on more responsibility. Leaders are needed in any sector or workplace, giving you the opportunity to combine your skills and interests.

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Career Savvy Issue Fourteen  

The weather may be taking a turn for the worse, but hopefully your career is headed in the opposite direction. Especially as vacancies rise...

Career Savvy Issue Fourteen  

The weather may be taking a turn for the worse, but hopefully your career is headed in the opposite direction. Especially as vacancies rise...

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