Colour Compass®

Colour Compass®
active orange

ACTIVE ORANGE

orange personality color

orange personality

People with Active Orange temperament tend to be proactive, resourceful and charismatic. They are well-balanced and flexible in their approach to both people and tasks, handling both in an optimistic, energetic and lively manner. They enjoy meeting new people and doing new and innovative pursuits. Risk-takers and pioneers, they are happy to bring about change or test and experiment with new ideas. Charming and motivating, they win others over with strong social skills, enthusiasm and an excellent ability to persuade and convince. They can be independent and competitive with others.

More about the Orange personality color

When Orange is someone’s primary colour, they may also share characteristics with certain secondary colours which are adjacent to them on the Colour Compass, namely Direct Red and Expressive Yellow.

This means that they will, in different contexts, show behavioural traits that are more closely connected to another colour. The traits and intensities will vary from person to person.

Their contrasting colour, which they are least like, is opposite them on the Compass and is Deep Blue.

Their contrasting colours are most unlike them in traits or mentality. This can cause clash or conflict if one side doesn’t understand or value the other. However, the complementary nature of their strengths means that they can create a formidable partnership together if they can understand each other’s strong points.

Common Traits

Orange personalities like to:

ASSERT – they are confident in expressing their own opinions and thoughts

BE DYNAMIC – they want to have an impact on events, moving things forward or bringing about changes

TAKE RISKS – they are comfortable with making gambles or playing the odds

PERSUADE – they think fast on their feet and like to reason and convince others to follow their lead.

ENERGISE – they think fast, move fast, and keep themselves busy, never stopping.

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