…a bit embarrassed. I don’t like to talk about my private stuff.
…not going to tell them. I did stuff that I wouldn’t post on Facebook…
…going to talk about my weekend straight away as I come in. Who wouldn’t be interested in my weekend??
I’m not going to let it go. I’ll open my mouth even if I know it could put me in an awkward position.
My whole day is ruined after something like this…and I didn’t have a good day in the first place.
It will sort itself out. Life is at balance.
Things are not always black and white. Maybe I’m wrong and they actually messed something up.
I drop everything and rush to help.
They can always count on me. I have no patience for disorganization.
If there’s no one else to help out, I’m still there.
I solve it, of course! Nothing works around here without me!
Surely not on Monday or Friday… but most likely not on any other day of the week either.
I don’t believe in heroes. Only myself!
I serve as an example to others.
I think a good example is important because it demonstrates direction.
No way. Let them sort it out by themselves.
All for one and one for all!
I feel responsible for the people who depend on me.
I ask what’s the reason for skipping work. Sick grandma? All right. Something dodgy? Not alright.
I'm grateful for the appreciation, but I don’t seek recognition of my achievements. I just want to behave the right way.
Outrageous! I worked hard for the appreciation!
The respect and consent of my colleagues and positive feedback from management is important to me.
I get the message even if I don’t get the promotion… and I’ll update my CV.
I like to find new and original solutions to problems. Otherwise I get easily bored.
I’d rather not experiment - I prefer the old, tried and tested methods. They very seldom go wrong.
I’m excited, but I need a longer deadline. I prefer to analyse, assess and systematically work my way towards a resolution.
I'm open to new approaches. The key is to find a solution to the problem.
I'm good. Next question!
It is not my merit, it is a gift. But there is always room for improvement.
I'm not all-powerful, but I find the right tools and people to solve the problem.
Charismatic and likable.
Selfless and kind-hearted.
Crafty and resourceful.
Calm & strong.
Introverted and extremely intellectual.
Caring, friendly, and intensely loyal.
Charismatic communicator with strong values.
Calm, capable and confident.
I would pick up the gauntlet and battle the zombies and all enemies.
I would keep returning to save every last person. Including the cleaning lady.
I would try to create order in the chaos before panic breaks out. I’d check the back-up data first.
I would think about all possibilities and consequences before I act.
I would check with HR and IT first. Probably call a meeting to discuss the doomsday agenda.
I am. Starting a party without me is a waste of time.
My world is not in the spotlight.
I go if I’m expected to go, but I usually think about more important things.
I care about the happiness of my colleagues, so I do my best to entertain them.
I’d rather just do my job. If they’d finally let me.
I’m surely going to be the first one to bring it!
I’d collect other’s pieces too.
Sooner or later mine will find its way to the board too.
I have to win so that I can impress the other departments.
I try to lose gracefully so they stay happy. Their job sucks anyway… No one likes losing but I can bear it.
Why do we have to play these kinds of games?
Just enjoy the game! I don't bother with trivial things like winning or losing, I simply find a way to make them fun.
Of course I’d watch Star Wars!
I don’t mind. I leave the decision to others. I’ll go home instead anyway.
Sit them down and talk it out.
Become upset and feel the pressure to pick a side.
Lighten up the mood by making them laugh.
I keep well away from them. I don’t need no drama!
No. No-no-no. I’d just keep wearing the same clothes I have always worn.
Perhaps - if I like it.
No. I want to start a new trend of my own.
Of course I do! I always liked purple.
I’m not going to engage. I have impeccable manners.
I walk away. I have more important things to do. And anyway, I can get food somewhere else.
I seek to clarify the rules and the code of conduct.
Step out of the queue and send them back to the end of the line.
I politely and calmly smile – the first time.
Read my favourite book.
Some quiet alone-time does the trick.
Round up a crowd of friends and go out in town.
Go for a run.
Chill out at home with a movie and perhaps a few friends.
I’m never tired of work! Can I stay and do some more?
I’d analyse myself; the critique might be useful.
I’d probably get angry. No one criticises me!
I’d make a joke about it.
I know who I am. That's all I need.
I’d ask them to explain in more detail.
I'd try to stop the rumors immediately as it would badly affect team spirit.
Whether it’s true or not, I'd stand by my colleague through thick and thin.
I'd try to stay well out of it.
I'd only make my opinion known after I've found out if it's completely true.
I’d watch and have some fun. I started the gossip after all…