Kathryn Ashbay

Teacher

  • Bachelor

Summary

Personality
How they behave
Motivations
What they want to do
Reasoning
What they are capable of doing

Shape

Behavioral style

SHAPE SHAPE + DRIVE
Highly motivating aspect that will make them feel fulfilled.
Influence
Influence

Definition

Build relationships / Take the lead / Unite and mobilize

Behaviors in the "influence" category are linked to providing direction. They include developing a professional network, managing teams, making decisions and being motivated to get ideas across. These behaviors provide insight on a person's natural ability to mobilize others and the way they establish relationships.

Build relationships
Take the lead
Unite and mobilize
Cooperate
Cooperate

Definition

Communicate with diplomacy / Provide support / Work collaboratively

Behaviors in the "Cooperate" category are linked to facilitating collective work. They include mediating interactions between people, solving conflict, making use of the team's resources, and providing support for others. These behaviors provide insight on a person's natural ability to evolve within a group.

Communicate with diplomacy
Provide support
Work collaboratively
Think
Think

Definition

Anticipate challenges / Develop a vision / Innovate

Behaviors in the "think" category are linked to conceiving projects. They include designing strategies, identifying project risks, evaluating tasks and activities, and contributing new ideas. These behaviors provide insight on a person's natural ability to process abstract rather than practical concepts.

Anticipate challenges
Develop a vision
Innovate
Act
Act

Definition

Take initiative / Plan and organize / Inspect and Improve

Behaviors in the "act" category are linked to obtaining results. They include launching projects, implementing action plans, monitoring outcomes, or controlling production quality. These behaviors provide insight on a person's natural ability to understand practical rather than abstract concepts.

Take initiative
Plan and organize
Inspect and Improve
Feel
Feel

Definition

Spread enthusiasm / React swiftly / Handle stress

Behaviors in the "feel" category are linked to controlling one's emotions. They include managing stress, investing one's energy, and radiating a positive vibe. These behaviors provide insight on a person's natural ability to express and channel their emotions in different contexts.

Spread enthusiasm
React swiftly
Handle stress
Development potential
Highly developed:
Higher than 80% of people
Well developed:
Higher than 60% of people
Moderately developed:
Higher than 40% of people
Slightly developed:
Lower than 60% of people
Undeveloped:
Lower than 80% of people

Personal style: Coach

Kathryn Ashbay is a key person when it comes to teamwork. Focused on others, they have an undeniable ability to create and develop relationships. For example, they excel at growing their network. They act as a catalyst, fostering a dynamic spirit and supporting their colleagues without fail. They are an absolute team player and care deeply about the group. Carrying out a project on their own means very little to them. It is in the relational sphere that they thrive and make a real difference.

Main strengths

Relationship management
  • They get straight to the point, avoid overstating.
  • They establish genuine relationships and show an interest in people.
  • They find it easy to socialize and are approachable.
Work management
    They have a practical approach, geared towards action.
    They tackle one task at a time to avoid losing their focus.
    They prefer employing tried-and-tested approaches.
Emotional management
    They radiate enthusiasm and see the bright side of things.
    They are self-possessed and keep their cool when dealing with external events.
    They express their feelings and find it easy to communicate with others.

Talents

#attentive #approachable #tactful #sincere #takes part #focused #practical #conventional #formalistic #enthusiastic

Areas of improvement

    They could communicate more effectively by further advocating for their ideas.
    They could practice positive detachment to avoid feeling personally affected by what happens to others.
    They would be less prone to wishful thinking, especially in regard to high-stake matters, by adopting a more objective outlook.

Drive

What motivates them the most...

Working in a disciplined environment
Having a positive impact on the world
Helping others

What motivates them the least...

Working in a fun environment
Being rewarded
Seeking competition

How they manage their energy

Kathryn Ashbay's main drivers lead them to prioritize stability. They channel their energy into getting sound bearings and establishing reliable points of reference. They enjoy being able to establish an even rhythm for their daily activity at work. They avoid making decisions that may put them in a position of uncertainty.

The activities they prefer

SUPPORT
Interact

Supporting others is essential for Kathryn Ashbay. They attach considerable importance to creating strong bonds with those around them, and having their backs. On the contrary, they can find competitiveness frustrating.

ORGANIZE
Act

Kathryn Ashbay is interested in the process of organizing work. They enjoy setting rules and defining standards for completing projects. They could find it frustrating to begin working on project tasks without having previously defined a clear roadmap.

PERFECT
Act

Kathryn Ashbay enjoys dedicating their energy to perfecting their work and polishing its presentation. It is important for them that their work be perfect in terms of accuracy but also aesthetics. They could find it frustrating to have to compromise on these aspects because of time constraints or because of conflicting priorities.

The work environment they prefer

#studious #strict #professional #process #demand #method #concentration #hierarchy #serious

Their management style

EMPATHETIC
Collaborators first
COACH
Try this

What this means

Kathryn Ashbay is a manager who is attentive and actively listens on a daily basis. They value people above results, really take their employees into account, and adapt their expectations based on each person's abilities.

The management style they seek

DIRECTIVE
Do what I tell you
EMPATHETIC
Collaborators first

Their ideal manager

Kathryn Ashbay expects a manager to explain exactly what they must do to succeed. However, they also want a leader who allows enough room for them to express themselces and feel fully taken into account. They need a leader who is close to them, motivating them with a result-driven approach while also considering them as a person above all.

The culture in which they blossom

Flexibility Control Relationships Results Collaboration Innovation Organization Competition
Best fit
Good fit

The ideal culture for them

Kathryn Ashbay is best suited for highly structured cultures where each person has a clearly defined role. They like working in stable environments, with frameworks they can rely on in the long term. They will find disorganized and improvisational work environments hard to bear. They therefore prefer when everyone has a clear mission and nobody encroaches on other people's scopes. They prefer a culture that values the sense of duty, and where rules apply equally to everyone, facilitating good rapport between colleagues. When these conditions are met, they can commit for the long haul.


brain

Their way of thinking

Preferred tasks Intermediate

Capacity to work autonomously.

Decision-making Quick

Tendency to move quickly from one task to the next, without lingering on obstacles.

Learning style Implement

Ability to build on other people's knowledge.

How they learn new skills and concepts

When it comes to learning new skills, Kathryn Ashbay will progress faster through a practical approach. They find it hard to assimilate information without seeing it applied practically first. They will do best if they are taught how to do something new or complex before they tackle it by themselves.

Careful in their approach, Kathryn Ashbay prefers to rely on proven strategies. They are observant and tend to adopt tried-and-true concepts that they can trust thoroughly. In this sense, they find it easier to learn from information provided.