Your orderliness score indicates your propensity for order, structure, and diligence.
You take a methodical approach to tasks and prefer to work with clearly outlined schedules and procedures.
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Adding sub-goals to seemingly vague or overwhelming tasks could play to your strengths by helping you structure a difficult project and giving you more manageable sub-tasks to complete. Avoid vague directives or instructions and try to clarify your role and deliverables so you can be as specific as possible about expectations in terms of a timeline and outcomes.
You work well within a flexible structure, and while you prefer organisation there must be a level of flexibility.
When working within a team, compromising on a later deadline for your contribution will allow you a sense of order, while giving your room for error and to reach the end goal more on your terms. Setting incremental sub-deadlines to help you stay on task can also help. Try to avoid vague directives or instructions, the structure is still necessary, but some autonomy in terms of how and when you complete your work and meet your goals will allow a good balance.
You prefer flexibility in tasks and autonomy and flexibility in achieving your goals. You can be disorganized sometimes and you don’t always conform to rules.
While characteristics such as disorganized and non-conforming have been suggested to run parallel to intelligence and creativity, taking small steps to implement some routine could be helpful to you and those around you. Scheduling your projects and tasks throughout the day can give you a better idea of when tasks will be complete and provide your team with the reassurance that you will meet your goals and increase the perception of reliability. This will also allow you autonomy in terms of how and when you complete your work.