You're a Mission Controller!
detailed / thorough / methodical / responsive / observant
Your ability to observe and listen makes you an effective solicitor. You place value on observing, gathering and analyzing information. You often make decisions based on a patient review of the information you have gathered.
Your Secondary Style is Kindred Spirit. Your Kindred Spirit indicates that you’re solidly introverted. It also indicates that you’ve got some intuitive skills that can challenge Mission Controller/Rainmakers.
Gain confidence and get comfortable cultivating individual relationships at your own pace with your own Style by using any or all of our training options.
Mission Controller Strengths and Challenges
Want to know more about being a Mission Controller so you can make a bigger impact at your organization?
Now that you know your Asking Style, here are some suggested next steps for you to put this insight to use when cultivating relationships, setting up meetings, inspiring your donors and asking them for gifts.
Asking Styles Book
Recommended for those who really want to learn everything they can about all four Asking Styles.
Dig in deep and learn all about the Asking Styles from Asking Styles creator Brian Saber. This is also a great resource for fellow staff and board members. Consider having everyone read it and then discussing it at your next meeting. It’s full of exercises and discussion questions. Buy the Kindle edition to start reading immediately!
Become a Member
Recommended for those that want ongoing training on using their Asking Style.
Join the Asking Matters member community. Talk directly to the Asking Styles creator, Brian Saber. Receive weekly motivations and take part in monthly office hours to learn more about the art and science of asking.