You listen to others and when they want to know the “real situation,” they often look to you.
You’re never afraid to have difficult conversations and give feedback. You can take it, too.
You’re motivated by helping others and the organization.
You stress when people don’t listen to you.
You have the ability to build a team by walking through the office and talking with people, or through email and text. Yours is a voice people need to hear.
Physically, you use very few hand movements. But when you do, they’re forceful. When speaking with others, you make direct eye contact and get frustrated when they don’t.