Take the Animal Quiz!
Recently at Govig, we decided to have a little work place fun, like always, and we came across this assessment to evaluate what animal you are. In our quest to discover our “inner-animal” we met some interesting results, and discovered we had quite the plethora of diversity among our group. From Wildebeest’ to Crocodiles, Govig is a place for every animal.
Here’s a quick table of results of Govig Senior Care’s Animal Kingdom:
To take the Quiz yourself, click the link below and see what animal you are, and see some of the basic characteristics of each animal.
- You have resilience, or the ability to bounce back from adversity.
- You are adept at changing conditions and responding to setbacks and pressures from multiple directions. You see problems as challenging rather than discouraging and as opportunities to develop your knowledge and skills.
- You are an individual with a competitive edge and are always willing to invest the time and effort required to accomplish tasks.
- The ability to create multiple options for solving problems.
- You chart the course that others follow by defining the tactics, steps, and resources that are required to achieve the goal while keeping the bigger picture in perspective. You remain proactive and ensure that the plan is adjusted to meet the objectives.
- The ability to “think outside the box” when facing difficult problems and developing solutions.
- A dedication to advancing both yourself and your organization through a clear mission, while fostering a culture that supports and encourages imaginative and creative solutions.
- The determination to succeed, which also lends itself to another important trait for enterprising individuals: self-confidence.
- The tendency to spend a lot of time working alone—something that’s paramount to business success. This emphasizes entrepreneurs’ understanding of sacrifice, and how short-term hard work will pay off with long-term rewards.
- They seek to make others feel like they’re the most important person with whom they can spend time, and always put the needs of others first.
- They live according to personal standards that are higher than any given code of conduct, and incorporate dignity, honor, and respect in extending grace to others—even when things have not gone their way.
- You search for the most efficient way to achieve a goal without wasting energy by adapting to varying situations, responding to them and recognizing the factors that affect efficiency.
- You try to avoid excess consumption of resources by recognizing the personal limits that waste them.
- You schedule your day, prioritize every task, and keep those priorities by refining to-do lists frequently and adopting a policy of strict time management. You chunk or break your larger projects down into small, easier-to-manage steps.
- You are an effective time manager with the ability to evaluate and deal with those things that affect achieving the goal, such as self-generated interruptions.
- You maintain an orderly start up/shut down routine at the beginning and end of each day to help you remain focused and utilize peak times more efficiently.
- The ability to overcome the fear associated with the risk by evaluating potential pitfalls.
- Viewing the change that immobilizes others as simply another hurdle to overcome. Risk- takers don’t see how things are, but how they could be. They are willing to do whatever is necessary to achieve the desired goal.
- A readiness to break free from social and emotional boundaries, opinions, beliefs, and restrictions imposed by business and society. Unaffected by the opinions of others, they freely and openly express their ideas.
- Adeptness at finding ways to hedge against risk to take advantage of the upside of a given situation.
- They’re skilled at both listening to and actually hearing other people, and take time to comprehend the details in their message.
- They are interested in advancing the discussion beyond just a series of shared monologues and into a true dialogue. They realize that taking a positive approach can make others feel more confident, and in turn, more likely to cooperate.