Re-purpose tools used by HR departments and managers. Rather than to analyze real-life people to make better workspaces, use them in reverse to build up characters. Motivation, leadership style and how they respond to authority themselves, typical decorations, etc. Here are team-building graphs which can be used for fun, to analyze and/or create new characters’ behaviors and personality traits:
DISC personality profiles, which categorizes four key personality types (Dominant, Influential, Steady, or Complaint. People vs task focus, active vs reflective):
Myers-Briggs personality types (Introverted vs Extroverted, Thinking vs Feeling, Sensing vs Intuition, Judging vs Perceiving):
Within the same hive, outgoing leaders such as Karl and Laura would place very differently than the reserved scientists such as Tommy and Nathan.
For actors who portrayed multiple Wraith, the chart gives more appreciation for how the roles demanded different acting skill sets. Erik seems data-oriented and demanding of perfection and factual proofs while Greg seems very dominant, determined, and confronts challenges directly.
Do you see yourself in any of these types? Do you think your results would have changed over the years?
Percent population breakdown (interesting that about 70% of people are more people-oriented than task-oriented)
Johari Window is a grid which is used to help people to better understand their relationship with themselves and others. In fandom fun, it can be used to create characters for fanfics and RPGs and also to analyze characters. It represents different personal attributes, known and unknown, to both the self and others, sort of like analyzing businesses in terms of Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats, Johari Window, to think about what your characters know about themselves, what others know about them, and what they don’t know about themselves or each other.
SWOT analysis (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats for the character):