Workshop personalities

The Jester

They’re all about efficiency, Gantt charts and punctuality. Without an action plan they can struggle to focus.

If Jesters aren’t engaged they may find themselves tempted to draw attention away from the task at hand. Their ability to speak up means they excel at sharing a different perspective. Jesters thrive in workshops that have a clear structure and activities to keep them focused.

Jester traits


Jesters are friendly and engaging. These traits can be distracting in a workshop if they use them to shift focus towards off-topic concerns.


Jesters are defensive thinkers by nature. They can see risks a mile away and love planning a path forward in order to avoid it.


Jesters aren’t afraid of speaking up and sharing their thoughts. Their voice can have a huge influence on a group’s decisions.

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