Pearson Archetypal System

Ruler

Ruler

Ruler individuals are most fulfilled when they can demonstrate leadership, orchestrate complex situations, and/or use their influence to make things work better. Naturally confident, competent, and responsible, they enjoy demonstrating their savvy and motivating others to maintain high standards. They’re usually excited and challenged by opportunities to take charge of a situation.

Ruler organizations often are most successful when they can make decisions that benefit others, use power to create positive outcomes, and make order out of chaos.

Ruler types need to be careful about dominating others, getting bogged down in policies and procedures, and becoming overly hierarchical or political.

Subtypes include:
  • Leader: Takes charge of people/situations; takes responsibility for the good of others
  • Powerbroker: Uses power/influence to get things done
  • Conductor/orchestrator: Directs complex systems/processes/structures and/or creates order
  • Role model: Sets standards for others to follow
  • Peacemaker: Finds common ground among disparate individuals and/or groups

Ruler Posts

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

Recent Posts related to Ruler

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December 2021

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December 2021

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October 2021

Rise Like A Phoenix Event Video

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Archived Posts related to Ruler

2020-05-28

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

2020-03-18

March 18, 2020 Lovejoy Blog: Frozen II: Disney’s Response to Social Isolation in the Time of Coronavirus

2019-06-14

June 14, 2019 Sells Blog: Sansa and the Strength of Endurance

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