Conventional – The Organizers

Do you love paying attention to detail and organizing efficiently? If yes, you probably ranked high on the Conventional theme and would be described as an “organizer.”

Conventional – Potential Competencies

People who score high on the Conventional theme are often called “organizers” because they like activities requiring attention to detail, data systems, and accuracy. They are often described as practical, orderly, and efficient. Potential skills are:

  • Efficiency
  • Organization
  • Management of systems and data
  • Mathematical Skills
  • Detail Orientation

Conventional – Work Activities

People who are Conventional often enjoy mathematics and data management activities. Common work activities might include:

  • Conducting a financial analysis
  • Organizing office procedures
  • Record keeping
  • Writing business reports
  • Making charts/graphs
  • Developing computer software

Conventional – Environments

In regards to work environments, people high on Conventional would like to work in environments such as:

  • Large corporations
  • Business offices
  • Financial institutions
  • Accounting firms
  • Quality control and inspection departments
  • Structured organizations 

Conventional – Occupations

Some example occupations for organizers would be:

  • Computer Systems Analyst
  • Accountant
  • Banker
  • Paralegal
  • Credit Manager

Knowing what work activities and environments you are interested in and understanding your capabilities can help you find a great career path for you that you actually enjoy. This is especially important for students as they begin to explore different career paths that are available for them. The SuperStrong assessment supports this by identifying multiple career paths that are chosen based on their interests. 

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Conventional – The Organizers

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