Colour Compass®

Colour Compass®
trustworthy turquoise

TRUSTWORTHY TURQUOISE

turquoise personality

turquoise personality

People with Trustworthy Turquoise temperament tend to be calm, patient and consistent. Logical thinkers who are not prone to emotional displays of anger or excitement, they are routined, reliable, persistent and dependable. Accommodating of others, they work to keep a peaceful and steady environment and relationships with people, and resist confrontation where possible. They are conscientious and responsible with their work and with others, going about things in an adaptable and relaxed manner and looking to help others in the team out where they can.

More about the turquoise personality type

When Turquoise is someone’s primary colour, they may also share characteristics with certain secondary colours which are adjacent to them on the Colour Compass, namely Connecting Green and Deep Blue.

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 Direct Red.

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

Turquoise personalities are naturally:

LOYAL – faithfulness and commitment to people and to tasks is a core value of theirs

RELIABLE – dependable and diligent, when they say they will do something, they will do it.

CARING – mindful of the well-being of others, they will help anyone if it is within their ability to do so

COOPERATIVE – team environments are essential for them, where they can collaborate and unify others

PATIENT – not prone to emotional outbursts, they are reserved, reflective and contemplative

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