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PEOPLE EXCEPTIONALLY TALENTED IN THE DELIBERATIVE THEME
ARE BEST DESCRIBED BY THE SERIOUS CARE THEY TAKE IN
MAKING DECISIONS OR CHOICES. THEY ANTICIPATE OBSTACLES.

People with strong Deliberative talents are careful and vigilant. Everything may seem in order, but beneath the surface they sense

many risks. Rather than avoiding these hazards, they draw each one out into the open. Then each risk can be identified, assessed, and
ultimately reduced. Thus, those with strong Deliberative talents bring a thorough and conscientious approach to making decisions.

They take care to consider options, thinking through the pros and cons of each alternative. To them, making the correct choice is more
important than the time it takes to do so. They see life as something of a minefield. Others can run through it recklessly if they so

choose, but they take a different approach. They identify the dangers, weigh their relative effect, and then place their feet deliberately.
They walk with care.

ITS POWER AND EDGE
People with strong Deliberative talents bring a thorough and conscientious approach to their endeavors. They have the ability to reduce
risk and prevent problems through natural anticipation and careful thought. As a result, they tend to make outstanding decisions.
IF DELIBERATIVE IS A DOMINANT THEME FOR YOU:

To go fast and far, first stop, listen, and assess; then, take action.
You have naturally good judgment and a tendency to question
people’s actions, so look for opportunities to help others think
through their decisions before they act too quickly.
•• During times of change, consider the advantages of being
conservative in your decision making. Be ready to explain
these advantages when asked.
•• You see things that others do not. Whatever your role,
take responsibility for helping others think through
their decisions. You will be sought as a valuable
sounding board.
•• Your thoughtful approach gives you the foresight you
need to make wise decisions. Be sure to set aside some
time each day for yourself.
•• Explain your process of careful decision making. Clarify
that you highlight risk in order to take control and reduce
it. Don’t allow others to misconstrue your Deliberative
theme as tentativeness or fear of action.

IF DELIBERATIVE IS A LESSER THEME FOR YOU:

“Wait” and “Watch out” may not be common words in
your vocabulary. You may know how to get started, but
slowing down and stopping may be more challenging
for you.
•• When you feel the itch to respond quickly, pause
for a moment and consider all of the information
available to you before you act.
•• Use a coding method on your calendar or to-do
list to mark items that are important to sleep on
or run by others before making a judgment or
moving forward.
•• Give yourself permission to resist the urge to answer
every email or text message right away.
•• Write a reminder to yourself — something quick
and easy like “remember to pause,” “stop and think,”
or “wait to answer” and post it where you will see it
often, such as on your computer, by your phone, or
on your home page.

Copyright © 2000, 2012 Gallup, Inc. All rights reserved. Gallup®, StrengthsFinder®, and each of the 34 StrengthsFinder theme names are trademarks of Gallup, Inc.


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