Pearson Archetypal System

Caregiver

Caregiver

Caregiver individuals are most fulfilled when they can make a difference for someone else. Naturally compassionate, nurturing, and dedicated, they enjoy demonstrating their supportiveness and can motivate others to provide better service or care. They’re usually excited and challenged by responding to needs.

Caregiver organizations often are most successful at providing consistent, high-quality service or care; creating stable and nurturing environments; and advocating for others at a very high level.

Caregiver types need to watch their tendencies toward martyrdom and enabling others, and to burn themselves out while always putting others first.

Subtypes include:
  • Supporter/advisor: Lends a helping hand, support, or counsel to others
  • Advocate: Stands up to others on behalf of those in need
  • Nurturer: Provides comfort, kindness, and compassion to others
  • Service provider: Provides consistent, high-quality service or support
  • Altruist: Gives selflessly to make a difference for others

Caregiver Posts

To learn more about the Caregiver personality, browse the recent and archived posts listed below for content related to the Caregiver archetype.

Recent Posts related to Caregiver

1
July 2021

What Stories Are Americans Living? Escaping the Curse of the Culture War Narrative -- Blog Two

This is the second of a three blog series offering an archetypal analysis or our cultural dialogue and strategies for how we get from here to there.

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June 2021

The Power of Leadership Narrative Intelligence Blog Series -- Part Two

This is the second of two blogs that explore the role of archetypal narrative intelligence (NQ) in linking motivation, action, and leadership outcomes.

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June 2021

The Power of Leadership Narrative Intelligence Blog Series -- Part One

This is the first of two blogs that explore the role of archetypal narrative intelligence (NQ) in linking motivation, action, and leadership outcomes.

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Archived Posts related to Caregiver

2020-05-28

May 27, 2020 Pearson Blog: The Power of Story in a Time of Crisis and Potential Social Renewal

2018-10-23

October 23, 2018 Koehler Blog: Eleusis in Scotland? Persephone Rises in Outlander

2018-07-19

July 19, 2018 Smink Blog: Caregivers Experience Compassion Fatigue Because They Care

2018-04-24

April 23, 2018 Pearson Blog: Are You a Warrior? And If So, What Kind?

2016-04-12

April 11, 2016 Koehler Blog: The Alchemy of Claire and Jamie: The Sacred Marriage in Outlander’s “The Reckoning.”

2015-11-11

November 10 Koehler Blog: The Goddess of Spring and the Origin of the Disney Maiden

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