Your sympathy score indicates your propensity for feelings of pity and sorrow for someone else's misfortune.
You are highly sympathetic to the feelings of others, and extend empathy to your colleagues and your teams.
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You are able to "get a feel" for your colleague's moods, your team's dynamic or the atmosphere around you. Your sensitivity to the feelings of others and the attitude of others causes you to react accordingly. You always trust your "gut instinct" when working with others and are prone to subconsciously pick up on social cues that others miss. Often these social cues can hold pertinent information to the state of the team dynamic, allowing you to address unrest and increase cohesion. Ensure you do not give all your energy to others, you may drain your own reserves.
You have a reasonable balance between understanding others, and your own self-focus.
Although you tend to be positively responsive to the needs of your team, it is worth considering how to bring your team goals closer to your own, so you can push them forward together. The conflation of your goals with the groups could make the most out of your balanced trait. You should try to trust your "gut instinct" when working within a team, as it will allow you to uncover unrest of satisfaction and help you to address any issues.
You are less likely to be concerned for your colleagues or your team and are more likely to focus on your own ambitions.
While your ambition has certainly been a positive asset for you, it may make others perceive you as overly self-centered. When working with a team, consider how the group's goals bring you closer to your own. You may find an increased level of sympathy makes for more enjoyable team dynamics and is more advantageous later on, try to consider other perspectives than your own. Framing group successes as they relate to your own ambitions could highlight the value of willingness to assist and be concerned for others.