Driver Promoter (DP)
Driver Promoters are friendly, personable, mobile and outgoing, they don’t like close supervision or detail and can also be described as persuasive, tenacious, individualistic, talkative, driving, enthusiastic and optimistic. They are good starters, promoters and communicators however their administrative ability may be poor. They seek a creative, dynamic and challenging environment with minimum bureaucratic structure where they can express their skills. They are best suited for jobs free of detail and routine.
Driver Promoter Administrator (DPA)
Driver Promoter Administrators are direct, results oriented and assertive people who are described as factual, correct, logical, procedural and original. They can lead a team in a clearly defined and structured environment, communicating well and delegating in order to achieve results for the organization. They look for an environment where data, logic and creativity, as well as precision and facts are appreciated. They are best suited for jobs requiring accuracy and drive.
Drivers have an extremely high desire to achieve. They are self-motivated, independent and highly individualistic. They like to see “the job done” and “without arguments”. They can work with others but prefer to “run the show”. They like freedom and challenging assignments with opportunity for self- expression and with minimum restrictions. They are suited for jobs with constant pressure for results and where they have authority to act independently.
Promoter Driver (PD)
Promoter Drivers are confident and persuasive people capable of using influencing skills to gain the confidence and respect of others. They are strong competitors who work forcefully to achieve results and are described as self-starters, active, confident, persistent, strong-willed, assertive and sometimes demanding. They like to work in a group and are excellent at creating a friendly environment. They are best suited for jobs where persuasion and selling skills are required.