The general characteristics of Influence (Peacock) profile are:
Social-related oriented. Commonly the type of person that likes to have long conversation although there are some that look quiet but usually have good communication skill and able to influence others.
Can easily adapt and adjust with the environment
Prefer to meet people directly rather than having long distance conversation or via phone.
Honest and loyal
Not much of a listener and often have extensive talks about personal stories or humours.
They can easily change their mind
Usually express themselves in art.
Simple, peaceful, and pragmatic (likes to handle problems in practical way in their own way)
Emotional & sensitive
Like music and have artistic natural talent
Filled with curiosity
They are flexible in emotion
Act spontaneous with impulsive energy
They have great enthusiasm on something, but not very committed in executing
They like to keep things in certain order so they can easily execute them.
Peacock is Motivated By:
New ideas and their way of working
People who are interested in surprises they created
Variety of work from day to day
Opportunity to explore various options
Creative and Innovative thinking
The freedom to do what they like
Sensation and challenge they are facing
Manage various activities at once
Spontaneities and flexibility for a quick change
Busyness, activities, chaos situation, even the noise around them
Rejection, debate, conflict.
Routine, boredom, something stagnant
Narrow minded, narrow view of the world
Pity for oneself
Detailed and structured matters.
Rules, fixed schedules
How to communicate with a “Peacock” type person:
Give them chance to express their ideas, experiences and other things that they would like to talks about because “peacock” type like to be appreciated by other people.
Show that you like and admire them.
Praise them sincerely. Give them support.
In communicating, try to create enthusiastic atmosphere and be optimist.
Avoid communication that tends to create conflict.
Avoid communication that will make them feel dominated or their ideas are being ignored.
Give them suggestions on what they should do because they tend to ask for assistance in many aspects.