People who are especially talented in the Arranger theme can organize, but they also have a flexibility that complements this ability. They like to figure out how all of the pieces and resources can be arranged for maximum productivity.
- Gallup, Inc. 2000, 2018
Find out more about the Arranger strength at the following links:
Description of Arranger by Gallup (includes video)
Leadership Vision provides additional information about the Arranger
Strengths School Arranger Theme
Let's Talk Personality Arranger Theme
The following elaborates on the Yucks, Yays, Blind Spots, Feeding Strengths, Honored, and Insulted for the Arranger strength.
“Ignite Strengthsfinder Talents - Your Top 5 Strengths.” Lead Through Strengths, 4 Nov. 2022, https://leadthroughstrengths.com/talents/.
Yucks: Potential Soul-Sucking Tasks and Situations at Work
If people bellyache about change when you could be taking action toward the outcome; being asked to stay on a singular focus or path when being nimble or having a panoramic view would help fit the pieces together
Yays: Find Work You Love
Knocking out lots of to-dos and project responsibilities by working through other people — figuring out who can do it best and fastest and pressing the go button; freedom to be flexible and manage through change in the moment
Blind Spots: How Your Talents Could be Perceived as Your Weakness Zone if Your Strengths are Overused or Misapplied
Controlling; changes without explaining why; impatient with late adopters
Feeding Strengths: How You're Perceived at Work When Feeding Your Strengths
Organizes moving parts; collaborates; sorts puzzle pieces
Honored: Situations and Cultures that Feel Aligned with You at Your Natural Best
Dynamic environment; initiating and managing change; freedom to orchestrate the moving parts; opportunity to be the conductor
Insulted: How You Might Get Insulted at a Values Level
Obsolete processes; naysayers; the inability to change things — you get satisfaction when things are changing and adapting to meet current needs, so old rules, obsolete technologies, and stubborn hangers-on will be tough for you to work with