The Sensor The Sensor is driven by the drumbeat of constant deadline; she's interested in getting things done quickly.
How to recognize a Sensor: A Sensor labors under the constant pressure of deadlines and does everythingincluding communicating with youin bursts of very intense energy. She has a short attention span and can make you feel as if you're taking up too much of her time just by saying hello.
How to get a Sensor to cooperate: She responds best when she knows you have a plan for getting a task done fast. You need to communicate in easily digestible sound bites, so prepare ahead of time. If you don't get to the point quickly enough, the Sensor will consider you an additional source of stress. What you want the Sensor to know is that you can help reduce her workload.
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