Getting stuff done quickly and efficiently
Getting stuff done quickly and efficiently
Individuals with Executing skills excel at completing tasks on time and with accuracy. They are very detail-oriented, catching errors and nuances that others might miss. Their focus and discipline, combined with their ability to organize their workflow, makes them masters of getting things done efficiently and effectively. Their brains organize information like a library, making it much easier to remember even the most obscure facts and details from past experiences
Each individual skill set has its own unique strong suits. Some people may have a finely honed skill through past training and experience; others’ may be more nascent. This list of capabilities is our understanding of the Executing skill based upon extensive research and interviews.
- Taking Action – Executing individuals are incredibly resourceful. If they know something needs to get done, they aren’t the types to overthink things or defer action— they just do it. There is no better person who you can trust with finishing a task, even if it’s a large amount of less-glamorous, routine work. While Executers won’t complete something with all the bells and whistles on it; their ‘quick and dirty’ approach is actually what enables them to be so action-oriented in the first place— a strong catalyst. Their logical, detail-oriented mind views each task as a process, rather than an end-product, allowing them to avoid the ‘analysis paralysis’ that their Influencing and Strategizing counterparts far too frequently encounter.
- Logical Reasoning – No one is more rational than Executing types. When it comes to making decisions and interpreting information, they look for logic and data, and don’t let emotional thinking cloud their judgement. Executing individuals dislike speculation, or making decisions under a large set of assumptions. They’d rather wait until reality sets in and collect the facts before committing to anything. When it does, their excellent sense of expediency and grasp of the details allows them to make quick, effective decisions. But be careful what you say around Executing individuals because they are masters at challenging others. Natural debaters, Executing types will almost always unpack how you arrived at a decision, and if it doesn’t make sense to them, they’ll ask you to walk them through your logic—checking the integrity of your data points and assumptions along the way.
- Methodical & Orderly – Executing individuals have a compelling drive to understand the details of how things work, whether its learning about processes in an organization, or pulleys and gears in a piece of equipment. When faced with a problem or situation, they search for the nearest relevant set of policies, instructions, guidelines, rules, or regulations to empower their action-taking abilities. This means they excel in structured environments, such as large organizations with clear and established ways of doing things. If the procedures don’t exist, they look to create them. They might even apply this structure into their own lives. They are typically very punctual and incredibly efficient with their time. Whether it’s automating certain administrative processes, or developing the most efficient 10-minute daily workout, Executers will do what they can to get the best ‘bang for their buck’ for their time and money.
- Discipline & Focus – Not only are Executers strong at developing habits and routines, they are even better at sticking to them. Their ability to stay focused on a single task and manage distractions productively is unparalleled compared to other competency types. They tend to have more characteristics of commitment, hustle, grit, follow-through than anyone else— which is an invaluable asset in a world where everyone is competing for your attention. They see life as a marathon, rather than a sprint. Their ability to focus for long periods of time, commitment towards the task at hand, and tolerance for repetition makes them likely candidates for careers that require mastery and utmost attention to detail. For Executers, every day is an opportunity to improve slightly better than the previous one.
“ Sometimes I get too caught up in the details, but as soon as I understand them, I can move faster than most to get things done. ”
Every skill becomes a susceptibility if it’s overused, or simply put to practice in the wrong context. The stronger your skill set, the more susceptible you become to your Achilles’ heel. This list of susceptibilities is our understanding of the Executing hazards based upon extensive research and interviews.
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“ I’m pro-efficiency. I want the most economic activity at the lowest price possible. ”
Executer; Founder of Uber
4. Roles & Activities
When it comes to finding a role that leverages the Executing skill set, certain activities quite clearly stand-out from the rest. These areas call upon the capabilities of the Executing, while minimizing the situations that they are more susceptible in.
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