Mad Dog Coll (1961) | Team Personality Map

Mad Dog Coll (1961) - Movie

12/05/1961

Overview

Killer Vincent "Mad Dog" Coll moves in on gangster Dutch Schultz in 1920s New York.

ExtravertIntuitiveFeelingPerceiving
What they bring to the party
Creative, friendly, caring, quick, impulsive, enthusiastic, energetic, brings people in, radical, love the new and the complex, curious, forward thinking, flexible, unconstrained, positive, helpful, happy.
Not their forte
Planning, organising, sitting still, need people around, sensitive, can get hurt, of the moment so may struggle to prioritise, needs stimulation, possibilities and the new, not detailed or factual, impatient.
ExtravertIntuitiveTHINKINGPerceiving
What they bring to the party
Verbally quick, creative and love intellectual pursuits and challenges, enthusiastic, bring something different, big picture thinker, creates possibilities and opportunities, curious, fun, communicative.
Not their forte
Dislike of facts and tradition, on the lookout for new possibilities, difficult to pin down, not a planner or organised, needs freedom to act their way, lacks attention to detail, competitive, needs ‘the feed.’
ExtravertSENSINGFeelingJUDGING
What they bring to the party
Duty-driven, cooperative, planning, organising, gets things done, factual and specific, conscientious, takes charge, caring, action oriented, tidy up loose ends, hardworking, responsible, value tradition.
Not their forte
Can be controlling in their need to support, can be sensitive to criticism, see things in ‘black and white,’ like to be liked and needed, wants to jump in immediately, not reflective, can resist change.
ExtravertIntuitiveFeelingJUDGING
What they bring to the party
Organised, planning, sorting out people problems, helpful, caring, positive, dependable, likeable, dutiful, committed, hard-working, at the heart of the team, the glue, energetic, enthusiastic.
Not their forte
Can give too much and neglect their own needs, sensitive so can get offended, can try too hard to create harmony, can be overly subjective and lack harder edge, desire to finish can mean controlling.
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