The following are the results from a recently completed behavioral profile. I strongly concur with the accuracy of the results.
"Dan is most likely to be at his best in situations where important things, such as values, judgements, feelings and emotions are involved. He prides himself on his "intuition". He can be friendly with others in many situations, but primarily with groups of established friends and associates. He is sociable and enjoys the uniqueness of each human being. He prefers working for a participative manager. He does his best work in this kind of environment. He, as a manager, supervisor or group leader can use his people skills to build group involvement and increase participation from the group. Dan influences most people with his warmth. He likes quality social relationships. He often will become friends with customers or clients.
Dan likes working for managers who make quick decisions. He may leap to favorable conclusions without considering all the facts. He is good at solving problems that deal with people. When he has strong feelings about a particular problem, you should expect to hear his feelings, and they will probably be expressed in an emotional manner. Because of his trust and willing acceptance of people, he may misjudge the abilities of others. He is good at giving verbal and nonverbal feedback that serves to encourage people to be open, to trust him and to see him as receptive and helpful.
Dan is both a good talker and a good listener. Communication can extend from friendly to argumentative discourse. He judges others by their verbal skills and warmth. He will optimistically interact with people in an assured, diplomatic and poised manner. Dan has the ability to look at the whole problem; for example, thinking about relationships, being concerned about the feelings of others and focusing on the real impact of his decisions and actions. He is people-oriented and verbally fluent. He is positive in his approach to dealing with others. He may not understand why everyone doesn't see life as he does! He usually uses many gestures when talking"