Everything you need to know about an Analyzer

3 Lessons 15 minutes completion time

What you'll learn:

This course will cover the strengths and caution areas associated with the Reference Profile known as Analyzer, the Team Type that Analyzers are commonly associated with, how they balance other teams, and leadership styles most often associated with Analyzers.

Analyzers at work

Is your Reference Profile an Analyzer—or do you work with someone who is?

This course will cover everything you need to know about who an Analyzer is, how they work on a team, and how they lead.

Start by checking out this intro video to understand Analyzers at a high level.

Introducing the Analyzer

Strengths
  • Disciplined
  • Analytical
  • Self-motivated
  • Data-driven
Working styles
  • Likes to think in big-picture terms
  • Enjoys time for introspection
  • Values freedom from risk of error
Caution areas
  • Hesitant to delegate details or authority
  • Tends to be perfectionistic
  • Can be skeptical
  • Uncomfortable making decisions without data
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Analyzers have the natural ability to see the big picture, yet also understand the finer details. We tend to be proactive, analytical, and fast-moving, with a strong drive for results.

— Meggan Flaherty

Understanding the Factors

Although this course won’t require that you understand the science behind what makes these profiles accurate, you should be familiar with the four factors that drive workplace behavior. Use the interactive below to get a definition of each factor and how variations in the factors will affect someone’s personality.

Common pattern of an Analyzer


Understanding the factors will allow you to better understand the common drives we see in Analyzers. The image to the right is the most common pattern for Analyzers, but don’t be surprised if your pattern varies a little bit. That’s OK! Remember, every person is unique.

Now that we have a better understanding of who an Analyzer is, the next section will cover where one fits within a team.

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