Fibber’s creativity is bound up with fiction. ‘Some people have even accused me of lying. But, well, that is not really fair, no, not really but …’
Wobbly feels professionally insecure. ‘I love my job, and I get paid for doing it; can my luck last especially with the management we’ve got here - they really don’t understand us creatives at all!’
Artiste thinks there is no distinction between herself and her creative work. ‘Yes, I know I can be a bit touchy at times but I can’t stand other people trying to take over my projects with their smart suggestions, it’s so wounding!’
Monk’s commitment is to his creativity not his employer. ‘It’s my company’s duty to provide me with the tools to do what I was born to do; and that’s all there is to it.’
Picky enjoys the process of creativity more than getting to the product of that creativity. ‘Well, I understand your point narrator but it’s just that everything must be perfect, so the process mustn’t be rushed.’
Playful at work looks like a child at play. ‘How can I be creative if I have to pretend to be a boring old manager.’
Facilitator’s creativity is evidenced through the creativity of others. ‘I get real satisfaction from seeing colleagues’ creativity emerge from ideas I came up with and plans I created.’
You will find understanding your own creative character traits useful when working with creative colleagues. ‘I’m a bit Solo, a tad Monk with a dash of Artiste I suppose. So not surprising I hate brainstorming sessions".