Who I Am

The following summarizes my various professional traits...
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ENTJs are strategic leaders, motivated to organize change. They are quick to see inefficiency and conceptualize new solutions, and enjoy developing long-range plans to accomplish their vision. They excel at logical reasoning and are usually articulate and quick-witted.

ENTJs are analytical and objective, and like bringing order to the world around them. When there are flaws in a system, the ENTJ sees them, and enjoys the process of discovering and implementing a better way. ENTJs are assertive and are comfortable taking charge; they see their role as that of leader and manager, organizing people and processes to achieve shared goals.

ENTJ Traits:

  • Strategic thinker
  • Strong leadership skills

  • Self-assured

  • Well-organized

  • Good at making decisions

  • Assertive and outspoken

  • Strong communication skills

  • Charismatic and Inspiring

StrengthsFinder Themes (MyTop 5)


Ideation - People exceptionally talented in the Ideation theme are fascinated by ideas. They are able to find
connections between seemingly disparate phenomena.

Futuristic - People exceptionally talented in the Futuristic theme are inspired by the future and what could be.
They energize others with their visions of the future.

Relator- People exceptionally talented in the Relator theme enjoy close relationships with others. They find deep satisfaction in working hard with friends to achieve a goal.

Intellection - People exceptionally talented in the Intellection theme are characterized by their intellectual activity.
They are introspective and appreciate intellectual discussions.

CommunicationPeople exceptionally talented in the Communication theme generally find it easy to put their thoughts into words. They are good conversationalists and presenters.

DISC Profile



Per DiSC, I am a Di (Driver) personality type.  People in this category are typically assertive, capable of putting themselves forward boldly, setting the pace for others. They are usually skilled negotiators and persuasive when they want to convince others to adopt their viewpoint.

Strengths typically associated with the DISC type Di personality include...

Being quick, independent, and firm when making decisions

Able to take action with limited information

Results oriented, gets things done

Using verbal inspiration to direct others

Effectively delegates responsibility to detailed tasks


Predictive Index Behavioral Assessment


A Persuader is a risk-taking, socially poised and motivating team builder.

Strongest Behaviors 

While moderate, I will most strongly express the following behaviors: 

  • Relatively quick in connecting to others; reasonably open and sharing.  I build and leverage relationships to get work done.
  • Fluent, enthusiastic, and comparatively frequent in communication; I am a motivator who pays attention to others’ points of view. 
  • Collaborative; works with and through others.  Focused on team cohesion, dynamics, and interpersonal relations. 
  • Proactivity in driving to reach goals while moving at a faster-than-average pace.  Inquisitive about the world. 
  • Relatively independent in taking action on good ideas.  Resourcefully works around most obstacles blocking completion of what we need to accomplish.
  • Eager for results, drive is for swift but effective implementation. Works best in fast-paced environments offering a variety of activities, rather than routines. 
  • Relatively informal and outgoing with others.  Communicates in an open, lively, flexible manner, drawing others into the conversation. 
  • More interested in people, building relationships, and teamwork than technical matters.  Generally affable, optimistic, and trusting. 
  • More focused on goals and the people needed to get there than the details or plans; comfortable delegating work. 


I am an engaging, poised, and stimulating communicator capable of projecting enthusiasm and warmth. 

I have a strong sense of urgency and am driven to get things done with an emphasis on working with and through people in the process.  I understand people well and use that understanding effectively to persuade others to act. 

I can be impatient for results; particularly when delays are caused by bureaucracy or overthinking.  I am a confident and venturesome “doer” and decision-maker who is able to delegate details and authority when necessary.  I am a self-starter who is skillful at training and developing others.  I apply pressure for results if needed, but in doing so, my style is more “selling” than “telling”. 

I am at ease and self-assured with groups or in making new contacts.  I can be gregarious and extraverted.  I have an invigorating impact on people and am always promoting ideas in a general sense.  I learn and react quickly and work at a faster-than-average pace.  I am able to adapt quickly to change and variety in the work but can become drained over time if required to work primarily with repetitive routines and details. 

Leadership Style


The following are my key leadership traits…

  • Trusted Partner: I focus on being someone that others can trust and depend upon to provide factual information, deliver consistent and dependable support, and take ownership of their success.  I make it a priority to build and nurture relationships.  I am collaborative and prefer to include teammates in planning and ideation.  I believe what you help create, you own.  
  • Coach: I invest in the growth and the professional development of my team. This entails first understanding one’s talents, skills, and knowledge then helping them to mature those abilities to realize their greatest potential.  I encourage participation and diverse thought.  I reward ideas and creative thinking.  I do all this through fun, mental challenges, and personal accountability.
  • Strategist: I am highly skilled at discerning hidden pathways and opportunities then developing a plan on how to navigate them to the organization’s benefit. I am energized by the potential that lies ahead and engaging others in that vision of a better future.  I think broadly and challenge status quo. 

Management Style


I am results oriented and not a micromanager. I will help staff understand where we need to go and why, then get out of their way so they can use their abilities to determine the best path to the solution.  That being said, I don’t leave them hanging, either.  I am there to assist whenever they need me.  Structurally, I align people’s talents, skills, and knowledge to the best role for them.  I ensure staff are current on their performance with regular one-on-ones and updated on organizational progress via monthly All Hands meetings.

Management approach...

Align: Focus on matching talents, skills, and knowledge to job requirements

Define: Expectations, Objectives, Benefits

Equip: Provide information and tools necessary to act

Develop: Support continuous advancement of skills, experience

Accountability: Set clear expectations, negotiate deliverables and timelines, require ownership of commitments

Contact me:
E-mail: brett@mello5.net
Phone number: +1 (607) 342 7360



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