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Gallup Definition: 

People exceptionally talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. they find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.

"I am genuine and authentic."

"I will get to know more about the people closest to me."

"I bring social depth and transparency."

"I need time and opportunities for one-on-one interactions."

"I love close, caring, mutual relationships."

"I hate the initial social discomfort of meeting someone new."

"I might have the tendency to be cliquish."

Watch out for Gallup's post on how to develop your Relator talents!

Action Items:

If you have Relator as your dominant talent, you may consider these action items:

  • Find a workplace in which friendships are encouraged. You will not do well in an overly formal organization.

  • Deliberately learn as much as you can about the people that you meet.

  • Show people that you trust them, and they will be more likely to trust others.

  • Tell and show your colleagues and friends that they can knowingly talk to you in confidence.

  • No matter how busy you are, stay in contact with your friends.

  • Let your caring show.

  • Schedule regular and frequent one-on-one time with your supervisor and manager.

Note that these action items only serve as guide.

Do you like to excel using your strengths? Talk to Coach Jerome now!

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