Pearson Archetypal System

Jester

Jester

Jesters are most fulfilled when they can use their ingenuity and wit. Naturally playful, spontaneous, and humorous, they enjoy light-hearted truth-telling and can motivate others to see the value of fun. They’re usually excited and challenged by opportunities to lighten up stressful situations.

Jester organizations usually are successful at brainstorming and thinking outside the box; finding clever ways around obstacles; and having fun while getting work done.

Jesters need to be careful to stay on task when getting routine work done; avoid using humor in hurtful ways; and not come across as being unable to take anything seriously.

Subtypes include:
  • Entertainer: Helps others have fun or a good time
  • Wit: Uses ingenuity and resourcefulness; lives by his/her wits
  • Wise fool: Sees the absurdity/hypocrisy of life and rises above it
  • Holy fool: Emphasizes living life in the now in a Zen way
  • Jovial truth-teller: Satirizes or parodies current thinking

Jester Posts

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

Recent Posts related to Jester

22
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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29
March 2021

Leadership Lessons for Effectively Speaking Up

Leadership can be more than a role. At best, it is a calling to care about the world and those around us. 

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Archived Posts related to Jester

2020-05-28

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

2018-06-17

June 18, 2018 Koehler Blog: ON THE MEMORY OF ANTHONY BOURDAIN

2018-06-15

June 15, 2018 Pearson Blog: Need to Lighten Up? Activate Your Jester Archetype

2015-11-11

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

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