Aggressive in nature – Results focused – Sufficient at being involved – Bold
The confident attitude is characterized by a strong interest and focus on the aspect that creates this first function. The attitude is aggressive in nature, focused on the results, and sufficient at involving itself the details surrounding whatever aspect it holds. This attitude is generally the dominant feature of one’s disposition from an outsiders perspective.
Since this attitude is bold and fixated, the owner has both the readiness and desire of creatively influencing the environment. However, the self-focused effectiveness of the attitude impedes the communication of results to others in an acceptable and coherent form. This phenomenon is characterized by what Afanasyev described as “the first attitude the gift to one’s self.”
The owner incorporates the interests of others with difficulty due to the attitude’s dominance. Attention to the owner’s personal view of performance makes it unprepared for dialogue because there is little perception of others’ evaluation.
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