But there’s different types of problem solver out there, so how do you know what type you are, and what difference does that make?
As it turns out, there are three types of problem solver;
The intuitive problem solver, which is the type of person who relies on their gut instinct rather than processes to help them through, doesn’t always guarantee the best results.
The systematic problem solver likes to follow processes and take their time to really understand the issue and scope out potential solutions. They usually gets the best results and also work hard to ensure the problem doesn’t happen again.
The inconsistent problem solver normally has the best intentions to be systematic but is guilty of falling into the trap of listening to their gut a few times too often.
So, why not find out what kind of problem solver you are - and see what you can do about it.