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Human Behavioral Characteristics

Task-Oriented Behavior

Task-oriented behavior describes how someone behaves when they are given a project or an assignment to work on. Do they make detailed plans for how to proceed? Do they prefer to jump right in and see where the work takes them?


Active: always busy with something

Ambitious: strongly wants to succeed

Cautious: being very careful

Conscientious: taking time to do things right

Creative: someone who can make up things easily or think of new things

Curious: always wanting to know things

Logical: using clear and sound reasoning

Organized: dealing with one’s affairs efficiently

Perfectionist: wants everything to be done right and perfectly

Precise: careful and with great attention to detail


Anxious: worried, uneasy, or nervous

Careless: not being careful; rushing into things

Impatient: quickly irritated and easily provoked

Lazy: unwilling to work or showing a lack of effort

Rigid: being unwilling to change one’s outlook, belief, or response

Scatterbrained: inattentive and forgetful

Slapdash: performing work quickly and carelessly

Sober: serious, sensible, or solemn

Undisciplined: lacking in discipline

Volatile: changing moods very quickly

Relationship-oriented behavior

Describes how someone acts around others. This can include behaviors with family, friends, coworkers, or strangers. Relationship-oriented behaviors can refer to how you express opinions, handle disagreements, or build connections.


Altruistic: shows selfless concern for others

Caring: desires to help people

Compassionate: feels or shows sympathy or concern for others

Considerate: thinks of others

Faithful: being loyal

Impartial: treats all persons equally; fair and just

Kind: thoughtful, caring

Pleasant: polite

Polite: exhibiting good manners

Sincere: being totally honest


Aggressive: verbally or physically threatening

Argumentative: often arguing with people

Bossy: always telling people what to do

Deceitful: doing or saying anything to get people to do what you want or to get what you want

Domineering: constantly trying to control others

Flaky: unstable and unreliable

Inconsiderate: not caring about others or their feelings

Manipulative: always trying to influences other people

Rude: treating people badly; breaking social rules

Spiteful: seeking revenge; hurting others because you didn’t get what you want

Introverted Behavior

Introverted behavior refers to actions that reflect a desire to find satisfaction from internal factors.

Guarded: cautious and reserved

Loner: preferring not to socialize with others

Maverick: unorthodox or independent

Reflective: engaged in deep thought

Reticent: not revealing one’s thoughts easily

Retiring: shy and fond of being alone

Reserved: keeps thoughts and feelings to himself

Self-aware: possessing in-depth knowledge of one’s thoughts and feelings

Sensitive: quick to detect or respond to slight changes, signals, or influences.

Shy: quiet and reserved; lacking in confidence

Extroverted Behavior

Extroverted behavior refers to actions intended to achieve gratification from external factors.

Affable: friendly, good-natured, and easy to talk to

Amiable: displays a friendly or pleasant manner

Assertive: confident and forceful

Authoritative: commanding and self-confident; someone who is likely to be respected or obeyed

Charismatic: shows a compelling charm that inspires devotion in others

Enthusiastic: showing intense excitement, interest, or approval

Gregarious: fond of company, sociable

Persuasive: able to convince others to do or believe something

Self-assured: confident in one’s character

Talkative: fond of making conversation with others



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