There are some people that like to keep focused on one thing at a time. However others like to have many things going. A juggler knows how to keep many balls going round and round at once. Arrangers are a bit like that. They can keep many things going at once.
While the arranger talent is mostly an executing talent, they also work well with other people. The ‘balls’ they juggle can be things they are doing, or things other people are doing, or probably both. This talent is great for project management.
Arrangers are often great at responding to other ‘balls’ being introduced. For some people, when extra things are added, they don’t handle it well. However arrangers are constantly looking for the best way of keeping things going, so when other things are added, it can be easily added into their thinking. This means that they can be good with change, both introducing change and managing it.
In ministry, if a leader has the arranger talent, they will be great at juggling people and dealing with change. However, as with all talents, expecting others to do this might be a problem for them. If they are in a constantly changing environment, or constantly bringing in change, it might make life very difficult for others.