The name says it all: a Lion. Someone with a clear opinion. Someone who understands what is acceptable and what is not. This often makes the Lion, usually an extravert person, an excellent manager. Lions are usually energetic and willing to take the lead. They love to challenge themselves and can involve their surroundings in this. They are proactive, experienced, and embrace the world around them.
Strengths: Devoted, honest, direct, good at organizing, responsible.
Weaknesses: Stubborn, quick to judge, difficult to relax.
In communication, Lions prefer seriousness, goal-oriented discussions, and a critical approach. As natural leaders, they exude confidence, are energetic, and like to see quick results from their efforts. A Lion understands things better when they are organized, and once they can discover a sequence or hierarchy, the spark ignites. They learn this way, organize their ideas this way, and want to interact with the world around them in the same way. They find it difficult to deal with people who adopt a more relaxed attitude and operate from that standpoint. In relationships, a Lion is protective and offers support, and they are not afraid of conflicts. Communication can be quite blunt during conflicts.