Dawn Zammit

HR Manager @ NA

  • Master


How they behave
What they want to do
What they are capable of doing


Behavioural style

Highly motivating aspect that will make her feel fulfilled.


Build relationships / Take the lead / Unite and mobilise

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

Build relationships
Take the lead
Unite and mobilise


Communicate with diplomacy / Provide support / Work collaboratively

Behaviours 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 behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to evolve within a group.

Communicate with diplomacy
Provide support
Work collaboratively


Anticipate challenges / Develop a vision / Innovate

Behaviours 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 behaviours provide insight on a person's natural ability to process abstract rather than practical concepts.

Anticipate challenges
Develop a vision


Take initiative / Plan and organise / Inspect and Improve

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

Take initiative
Plan and organise
Inspect and Improve


Spread enthusiasm / React swiftly / Handle stress

Behaviours 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 behaviours 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
Lower than 80% of people

Personal style: Promoter

Dawn Zammit comes across as someone determined and strong-minded. She is proactive and always on the lookout for suggestions and initiatives to take her work forward. She has a flexible approach to her job and can easily handle change and unexpected events. The engaging way in which she presents her ideas leaves those she talks to in little doubt - you want to follow her lead. Her leadership and passion for continual progress make her an extraordinary driving force in a team.

Main strengths

Relationship management
  • She tries to get her ideas across and inspires team spirit.
  • She entertains few relationships and holds back.
  • She involves others in decision-making and is a team player.
Work management
    She adapts easily to change, and considers change positive.
    She handles unexpected events with ease and is able to improvise.
    She does not dwell on obstacles and finds it easy to delegate.
Emotional management
    She is responsive, very energetic and has a sense of urgency.
    She ensures her decisions are reliable by assessing the outcomes.
    She radiates enthusiasm and sees the bright side of things.


#lead #conviction #observant #takes part #change #improvises #delegates #initiative #responsive #reassuring

Areas of improvement

    She could be more succinct in her explanations, stick to responding simply to questions asked.
    She would benefit from being more proactive in her relationships, initiating conversations with those around her.
    She could be quicker to decide when the team does not manage to reach an agreement. This would allow her to advance more rapidly.


What motivates them the most...

Having clearly defined tasks
Maintaining personal balance
Having an attractive salary

What motivates them the least...

Having influence
Working as part of a team
Seeking competition

How they manage their energy

Dawn Zammit mainly channels her energy towards creating a stable environment. She needs to establish points of reference that will be reliable in the long run, and to avoid losing her bearings in the wake of change. As a result, she prioritizes certainty and prefers activities where she can invest herself for a long time.

The activities they prefer


Organizing work is one of Dawn Zammit's favorite activities. She readily invest herself when she has to structure a project, fix objectives and set deadlines. She does not tolerate advancing blindly in her work. She feels the need to follow established processes and obtain results quickly.


When it comes to evaluating, Dawn Zammit likes the part that consists in being autonomous in decision-making. However, she is less comfortable with the idea of challenging the opinions of others, or contributing conflicting points of view.


Dawn Zammit truly invests herself in the analysis of factual data. She enjoys drawing conclusions from rational elements. However, it is an activity that can also frustrate her because she has a strong need for approval, and this can sometimes conflict with the need to maintain an objective view of situations.

The work environment they prefer

#fun #rule #relaxed #demand #friendly #hierarchy #humour #proximity #order

Their management style

Do what I tell you
Collaborators first

What this means

Dawn Zammit is a manager who explains in detail exactly what her employees need to do in order to succeed. Parallel to this, she still allows enough room for people to express themselves. She's a leader who is close to her subordinates, motivated by results, while still holding the human side important.

The management style they seek

Try this
Collaborators first

Their ideal manager

Dawn Zammit expects a manager to be attentive and actively listen to her. She works well with leaders who put people before results. She needs a manager who really takes her into account, and whose expectations are adapted to her individual capacities. She needs to feel supported to be truly at ease.

The culture in which she blossoms

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

The ideal culture for them

Dawn Zammit prefers highly stable cultures where everyone has a clear scope. She needs to work in structured contexts that set clear standards and rules for everyone alike. These conditions are necessary for her to commit in the long term. She is best suited for environments where each person has a defined role, and the autonomy to coordinate with others as necessary. She appreciates cultures where the sense of duty is valued highly, and where both rules and objectives apply equally to everyone. She needs to have clear visibility on what is expected and tolerated within the organization.


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 Experiment

Ability to test things and learn from mistakes.

How they learn new skills and concepts

When it comes to learning new skills, Dawn Zammit will progress faster through a practical approach. She finds it hard to assimilate information without seeing it applied practically first. She will do best if she is taught how to do something new or complex before she tackles it by herself.

Dawn Zammit's spontaneous nature leads her to learn by testing out concepts and techniques herself. She finds that the best way to acquire new knowledge is to first try, develop her understanding through failure, and then try again. She can sometimes lack patience. To assimilate new ideas or new knowledge, she first needs to experiment by herself.