What Kind of Problem Solver Are You?


New employees often feel under pressure to continuously provide new ideas to help innovate products and deliver new services that will help the business’s growth. However, it is not easy to generate new ideas and develop them on one’s own. A team effort is needed to brainstorm for new proposals and get these ideas working. Without it, these ideas will turn into waste, and the time spent gathering them will only be for nothing.

Fortunately, there is a good way to get ideas when a team works together and understand what kind of problem-solver each member is.

If you want to know the kind of problem-solver you are, here is a short article that can help you out.


To find out what kind of problem-solver you are, imagine these scenarios and how you will respond to them:

Scenario A:

There was a problem with the audit report given by…

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