Challenges Faced By Different Types Of People In The Corporate Setup
Each person has their positives and negatives, in other words, skills and challenges to face on the professional front. While working in a corporate setup, every person has to deal with the kind of work they may like or dislike, that they might enjoy or even hate. Every person also comes across people they find interesting to work with or even super annoying.
Still, they ought to work with complete professionalism without causing any disruptions in work without any complaints and demands.
In order to keep going in the enterprise or in the office while working, one has to face a lot of challenges even though their work is satisfactory for their bosses. To cope up with these challenges, one has to make a lot of changes in their ways.
To know about these everyday actions and majorly about ‘yourself’ or ‘oneself’, there shall be a basic understanding of what kind of a person you are. According to the significant characteristics and traits, people can roughly be categorized into 9 types!
Here are some challenges that each personality type has to face in the corporate world due to their characteristics and their abilities-
1. The perfectionists –
They are rational thinkers which makes them somewhat the ‘reformers’. They tend to set high standards for themselves, making it difficult for them to often cater to their requirements and provide projects. Due to which their constant desire for improvement can cause them to be highly picky, which can cause them to miss their personal life due to the burden from their professional life.
2. The Helpers –
These people are the most caring and supportive towards people around them. Their major forte is that they know what other employees and staff need, and they tend to focus on what other people need rather than what they need by themselves.
This can make them feel needy and weak while working in an organization. To help themselves find their true value at work, they shall start pushing boundaries of providing help to others and completing their work appropriately to help others.
3. The Achievers –
These people feel compelled to be successful in the eyes of their bosses and, for a fact, even subordinates or other employees and staff. They are good at being mentors to the employees and prove to be good managers.
Their need and hunger for success can get in the way of finding efficiency and effectiveness in the projects because they are always in danger of trying to impress others with their triumphs rather than showing their genuine interests and skills in front of others.
4. The Individualists –
These people are the most creative, distinctive, and honest. They tend to feel that they are not required.
The biggest challenge they might face is understanding their self-worth and skills that help them provide that much-required innovation to complete the tasks assigned to them by their heads. These people may also find it hard to bond with subordinates.
5. The Observers –
These are the practical set of learners who have a hunger to work and learn as much as possible and like to showcase their learnings and make others understand them.
They can be perceived as a little self-centred and rude, making them not make bonds in the organization as they tend to complete their work in isolation. This is their biggest challenge which they might face in a working setup.
6. The Loyalists –
These are the most committed and secured people. Their most significant challenge in the organization front is to learn to trust their abilities and skills so that they do not face any difficulty when asked to lead from the upfront as they tend to be good teammates but fear to be leaders.
7. The Enthusiasts –
These are the joyous and fun-loving people who enjoy adventures and new experiences. They fear showing negative vibes and emotions, and their primary challenge is to protect others from losing hope and dropping their guard if they face failures. They are bad losers and always want to win.
8. The Challengers –
These people feel compelled to make things happen in the world. They care deeply for staff and the entire organization even though highly competitive. This competitiveness can cause them to get distracted from the tasks and projects assigned to them and focus on other work and projects.
9. The Peace Makers-
These are the set of people who feel gratified to make the world a calmer and peaceful working environment in the organization.
They are good at helping all the staff and employees to get along with each other. Their primary task is to realize their value and put themselves out there in the organizations since they are only considered conflict resolvers at times for be it for their subordinates or bosses, as they are also considered advisers for their bosses.
edited and proofread by nikita sharma