Adi Schnall

Account Manager @ AssessFirst

  • Business development
  • Master

Skills

Business Development Account Management Event Planning Project Management Interpersonal Skills
Languages

Interests

Languages Hiking Movies Reading Travelling

Summary

Personality
How they behave
Motivations
What they want to do
Reasoning
What they can do

Talent

Personal Pitch

Account executive, account manager and business developer at AssessFirst. My greatest passion is to create new relationships and turn every interaction into a learning experience. My goal is to help grow AssessFirst's presence in the anglophone market by listening to each company’s specific needs, goals and pains, and empower them to find the best people to commit and grow professionally!


Shape

Preferred behaviors

Feel
Feel
Demonstrate dynamism
Channel energy
Manage stress
Think
Think
Have critical thinking
Innovate
Design strategies
Act
Act
Manage change
Organize and execute
Demonstrate proactivity
Influence
Influence
Unite
Lead people
Develop relationship
Cooperate
Cooperate
Self-analysis
Communicate tactfully
Support others
Potential
Distinctive potential
Recognized potential
Easily mobilised potential
Potential to be developed

Personal style

Adi Schnall comes across as someone determined and strong-minded. They are proactive and always on the lookout for suggestions and actions to take their work forward. They have a flexible approach to their job and can easily handle change and unexpected events. The engaging way in which they present their ideas leaves those they talk to in little doubt - you want to follow them. Their leadership and desire for continual progress make them an incredible driving force in a team.

Their strong points

In their relationships with others
  • They find it easy to make contact with people and are approachable.
  • They make decisions completely independently and proceeds with their work on their own.
  • They find it easy to be assertive in their relationships, set the agenda.
In their working style
  • They prefer existing methods that have already been tried and tested.
  • They strive for excellence and are not satisfied with the bare minimum.
  • They focus on one task at a time so as not to stretch themselves at work.
In their emotional management
  • They are responsive, very energetic and have a sense of urgency.
  • They express their feelings and find it easy to communicate with people.
  • They radiate enthusiasm and see the bright side of things.

Talent Tags

#lead #approachable #sincere #confident #independent #focused #practical #conventional #change #organized #sees overall picture #tenacious #initiative #responsive #Enthusiastic #expressive #takes risks

How they could be more effective

  • They would be probably be more focused in the job at hand if their interactions were sometimes limited.
  • They could look for ideas and voice suggestions in order to advance their work.
  • They would benefit from finishing what they have started before beginning new activities.

Drive

What drives them ...

Having clearly defined tasks
Making a positive impact on the world
Developing in a reassuring environment

And what motivates them less

Receiving compensation
Helping others
Having attractive remuneration

The way they manage their energy

The motivating factors that Adi Schnall prioritizes are those of stability. They use their energy to develop standards and points of reference on which to rely. They enjoy being able to establish a certain regularity in the way they manage their work. They avoid making decisions that may generate uncertainty in their situation.

The activities they prefer

ORGANIZE
Act

Organizing work is one of Adi Schnall's favorite activities. They are ready to invest themselves when they have to structure a project, fix objectives and set deadlines. They do not well tolerate advancing blindly in their work. They have to follow the established process and quickly obtain results.

COORDINATE
Interact

Being able to coordinate team work is an activity in which they like to invest themselves. Indeed, they need to see projects advance in a concrete manner and ensure that the deadlines are met. Working in a collective way to get a result is something that they want and find motivating.

EVALUATE
Reflect

They can invest themselves in this activity even though it is not one of their priorities. They like, in a certain measure, being able to provide their perspective on specific subjects and seek to be a point of reference to judge an aspect of the job.

The environment they seek

#relaxed #respect #friendly #process #hospitable #method #proximity #principle #welcoming

The management style they seek

WINNER
Watch and do as I do
DIRECTIVE
Do what I tell you

How should they be managed?

They expect a manager to challenge them and give them clear directives. They are carried by a sense of outcome and like that, where they are concerned, high expectations are formed. They need a leader who is interested in, above all, the result, even if the way to achieve it is difficult and punishing. They are motivated by challenges and by managers who can affirm them clearly.

The culture in which they blossom

Flexibility Control Relationships Results COLLABORATION INNOVATION COMPETITION ORGANIZATION
Preferred culture
Secondary culture

What's the best environment for their development?

Adi Schnall is able to blossom in very different cultures. There is no standard working style that absolutely suits them. They find advantages and drawbacks in every work environment. It is not the company culture that influences their commitment, but rather, the capacity of the position to provide what they seek through the work. If they find their principle motivating factors, the structure in which they develop does not matter as they are capable of adapting and being satisfied.


brain

Their way of thinking

Preferred work Intermediate

Use knowledge
Manipulate data
Manage the unexpected

Decision-making Quick

They need to progress quickly from one activity to another without getting stuck.

Learning style Innovate

Easily integrate new concepts and test them themselves.

Problems they can deal with

As they easily identify the logic in words, they are able to work on activities where it is important to understand the sense of a text and its implications. They possess an ease classifying information, and generally a rather efficient memory. They can be trusted to understand instructions.
Reasoning from numerical information is something Adi Schnall does easily. They are, indeed, comfortable analyzing tables, graphs, and doing mathematical calculations. Data is more accessible for them that other kinds of formats and they have a particular receptiveness in this area.