IHS 17 – The Analyzers

There are some people who accept things when they are proven to them. These are the analyzers. They like to think of themselves as logical and objective. Depending on their other talents, they generally are not high emotional people!

Analyzers love to see data, and mostly in terms of numbers. They love thinking through the numbers and coming up with patterns. Being able to see and share these patterns energizes them. They also love solving problems.

When this talent is not managed well they can get bogged down in too much detail. They might also be seen as reluctant to get going because they are busy thinking through the details.

Many analzyers like to ask questions. They want to understand the way things work. In a ministry context, insecure leaders might find this threatening. It isn’t about trying to undermine the leader, but rather to understand. It might be helpful for analzyers to make this clear when asking questions.

About Nate

I am a strengths coach and Bible teacher. I love helping people find out their talents, how they operate, what is special about them and how they can most effectively use who they are. I also love helping people understand the scriptures and through that come to a better understanding of God. I blog about this on ontoxenos.wordpress.com I'm married and have two young children and together we try to follow what God has for us.
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3 Responses to IHS 17 – The Analyzers

  1. ptl2010 says:

    There comes a time in faith works when too much reliance on data could be a hindrance. Unprecedented pioneer works may demand more faith than figures and this should be borne in mind in decision – making on the pioneer works and support of missionaries.

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