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Self-starter, Analytical Thinking
Goal Oriented, Problem Solving
Internal Reference, External Reference
Lateral Thinking, Methodical
Big Picture Thinking, Attention to Detail
Extroversion, Work Independently
Sole Responsibility, Shared Responsibility
Status Quo Bias, Incremental Change, Pioneering
Use, Need for Structure, Conceptual Thinking
Learn from the Past, Pragmatism, Long Term Thinking
Power and Control, Belongingness, Achievement
Assertiveness, Out of the Box Thinking, Compliance, Open-mindedness
Visual Learner, Hearing Learner, Read/Write Learner, Kinesthetic Learner
Evidence-Based, Intuitive, Skepticism, Period of Time
People Orientation, Tooling, Systems Thinking, Being Well-informed, Commercially Aware, Place, Stick to a Schedule, Need to Be Busy
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Power and Control
Big Picture Thinking
Attention to Detail
Learn from the Past
Need to Be Busy
Long Term Thinking
Stick to a Schedule
Need for Structure
Out of the Box Thinking
Status Quo Bias
Period of Time
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