The Party Planner is a popular blend of carer, mixed with a super social side. They love hosting party’s and are attentive to each person’s needs and feelings. This means they are great listeners and love to talk about their social group and the current gossip. They really have a social personality and strive to make people happy and will be very loyal to friends and family.
At work they love to work with others in energetic teams. They are also very practical, methodical and possess strong attention to detail and alongside this enjoy structured environments. Bringing these skills together they really enjoy organising people to deliver action orientated plans to deliver results. And they will always show their caring side and listen and incorporate others.
In a team they thrive as they enjoy the social environment so much and love bringing everyone together. As listeners they take on board everyone’s opinions and try to make everyone feel valued and included. Then they organise everyone to try and accommodate what each person wants to do, putting the people in the team first. They really like structure, defined processes and specific roles in the team, so everyone knows what they are doing.
As leaders they use their strong organisational skills and get their teams structured. They will build an energetic, fun and goal orientated team who get results using their processes and structures. With their caring elements they are great at developing and nurturing others and will put each person first. As they have strong attention to detail they expect their whole team to strive for the highest standards.
Most suited career for the party planner is an Events Manager
Other good career matches and industries are:
- Account Manager
- Business Development Manager
- Customer Service Officer
- HR Manager
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This blog is based on Myers Briggs Type Indicator theory.