Top Ten Qualities Employers Want


A look at the traits most in demand with Employers and how to identify them from your handwriting.


1. Communicate Effectively

Emotional responsiveness shown in moderate right hand slant


Ability to communicate verbally shown in some open circle letters


Good listener shown in some closed circle letters


Empathy, shown in cup shaped base connections

2. Commit to the job including honesty, dependability and enthusiasm

Honesty shown in clean, un-looped circle letters


Rhythm or stability shown in a even rhythm of the writing


Enthusiasm shown in long sweeping t-bars


Loyalty shown in round dots on i

3. Learn new tasks willingly demonstrate initiative and maintain productivity

Open minded shown in open e


Initiative shown in t-bars sweeping out to the right from the base of the letter


Good memory i dotted, t crossed


Energy writing that is written with obvious energy


Determination long, firm down strokes on y,j,g,f

4. Accept responsibility evaluate your own work, use time effectively, and have pride in the quality of your work

Willingness to accept responsibility shown in huge initial loop


Clear thinking lack of lead in strokes in writing


Analytical v-shapes at the baseline between or in letters


Pride t and d stems twice the height of lower case letters

5. Excellent Interpersonal Skills work co-operatively with others, have a positive attitude, accepts constructive criticism

Optimism shown in up slanted t-bars and lines of writing


Co-operative shown in mild yielding, lower case s with no angles


Little or no sensitivity to criticism no loops on stems of t or d

6. Make Decisions organize tasks, contribute new ideas

Organization shown in equal balanced upper and lower part of f


Abstract Imagination shown in upper loops


Decisive shown in blunt endings where pen leaves page

7. Show Flexibility adapt to changing requirements

Yielding (as above)


Change and variety, shown in long and wide lower loops


Open-minded (as above)


Generous shown in long final strokes

8. Leadership Potential demonstrate persistence, self motivation, try to improve performance

Persistence shown in anti-clockwise loop often on t-bar, capital A or H, or other letter structures


Self Motivation shown in heavy t-bars


Pride (as above)


Ambition shown in high t-bars

9. Grow in the job show a willingness to further skills and train

Investigative, wanting to know more, shown in inverted V formations in m and n


Energy (as above)


Open minded (as above)

10. Ability to handle personal problems without letting them interfere with work

Moderate Emotional Responsiveness - right hand slant no too pronounced