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The Mischief Maker can be deceptively quiet and hard to get to know but they are actually very friendly and fun. They will often surprise with their spontaneity, and this plays into their love of life, embracing the moment and showing a very mischievous side to them. They make others feel better with their warm, enthusiastic and positive disposition. It just takes time for them to open up. Often musically talented they can be extremely creative.

At work, playing on their musical talents, they enjoy hands on work that allows them to express themselves. They really like to see tangible results from what they are doing. With their spontaneity, they are very flexible in their approach and adapt brilliantly. Their environment is very important to them, so they like to work in an aesthetically pleasing space that is conducive to their creative role.

Although fun, with their naturally introverted personality, they can find it difficult working in a team. Over time, their warm personality engages others and they are good at listening and collaborating. At their best, they are in a supportive and loyal team that allows them to express themselves. Using their creativity, they can be good problem solvers and come up with pragmatic ideas that they can help action.

Not naturally leaders, in this role they like to set the goal and vision for their team. Their fun personality and listening skills mean they build close relationships and trust. As introverts, they like to lead by example and remain practical, using their resources to achieve what they need to.

Common Traits:

  • Fun
  • Quiet
  • Creative
  • Adventurous
  • Spontaneous

Most suited career for The Mischief Maker is as a Musician

  • Designer
  • Marketing
  • Architect
  • Gardiner
  • Teacher
  • Therapist

At Nova we know that every person is different. Our recruitment team get to know you and what you want from your career, so we can find you your perfect job. Get in touch to find out how we can help your career.

This blog is based on Myers Briggs Type Indicator theory.


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