You are a Human Resource (HR) Officer who has been tasked by your HR Manager to review a staff member who will be working as a part of a project team. You are required to report on how this staff member is likely to contribute to a team environment given their own unique combination
of characteristics and behaviours.
You will produce a report that clearly outlines the nature of the individual staff member and how
their behaviours and predispositions will affect an undefined team of four project members. Your
report will contain strong recommendations for the HR Manager to act upon, ensuring the
team and the individual perform harmoniously and optimally.
This scenario does require some out of body thinking. For this scenario, you are the HR Officer
reporting on a staff member. However, the staff member you will be reporting on is based on your
own results of the indicator instruments that you will complete. That is, you will be reporting on yourself, but in the report you will refer to yourself in the third person as Subject A or by any other
name other than your own, writing the report directly to the HR Manager.