7 Types of Employees in a Company

15-Sen, 2020
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0:00 - Start
0:34 - Temporary
1:00 - 459 Club
1:30 - Resume Builders
2:05 - Lone Rangers
2:59 - Reliable Leaders
3:30 - Intrapreneurs

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  • Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.” Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.” Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play. HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED? Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. It is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but contains more number of squares than chess. It has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of pieces moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line. But there’s one big advantage Ruvol has over chess: The Ruvol pieces don’t have a fixed position at the start of the game. It is the players themselves who dictate the starting position, depending on the strategies they have planned before the game starts, making it impossible for any clever player to memorize the opening moves. A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL! The people who play chess will be the same people who will play Ruvol. In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M. I AM LOOKING FOR AN INVESTOR! For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, you might be interested to have the exclusive right to manufacture and market Ruvol globally under a “licensing agreement.” Or better yet, just “BUY MY COPYRIGHT” and Ruvol is entirely yours. Email me at: rodolfovitangcol@gmail.com. Thanks and God bless! RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL The Ruvol Inventor

    Rodolfo VitangcolRodolfo Vitangcol25 kun oldin
  • Temp, Lone Wolf, Intrapreneur

    GenX 4LifeGenX 4Life26 kun oldin
  • Million Dollar Potential in Ruvol I have invented a Board Game [still unpublished and not yet out in the market] that is guaranteed to be far more challenging and exciting than CHESS. I called it “RUVOL.” Over time, Ruvol will surpass chess as the “Number One Board Game in the World.” Why am I so sure about this? Because I am an avid chess player myself. The weakness of chess is it always starts in fixed positions that the opening moves become “memorizable.” In fact, not a few have so mastered the moves that they can play against their opponents “blindfolded.” It is for this very reason that the great Bobby Fischer introduced his so-called “Fischer Random Chess,” where the starting position of the pieces is “randomized” to make the memorization of openings impracticable. Fortunately, it is also for this reason that I invented Ruvol where “every game” has been calculated to be a challenging one to play. HOW IS RUVOL PLAYED? Ruvol is played somewhat like chess. It is played by two players. It uses a board that is rectangular in shape but contains more number of squares than chess. It has equal number of pieces on each side of the board, where each type of pieces moves in distinct ways. However, if the way to win chess is to checkmate the opponent’s king, the way to win Ruvol is to be able to cross a designated line. But there’s one big advantage Ruvol has over chess: The Ruvol pieces don’t have a fixed position at the start of the game. It is the players themselves who dictate the starting position, depending on the strategies they have planned before the game starts, making it impossible for any clever player to memorize the opening moves. A MILLION DOLLAR POTENTIAL IN RUVOL! The people who play chess will be the same people who will play Ruvol. In my Google search, I learned there are around 800 million chess players in the world. These 800 million players comprise the “Total Potential Buyers” of Ruvol across the globe. At an average profit of just US$3 per set, the “Global Income Potential” of Ruvol then is US$2.4 billion. Assuming only 1% of it will buy each year, the annual global potential sale of Ruvol is US$24M. I AM LOOKING FOR AN INVESTOR! For the reason that I don’t have the resources to publish Ruvol on a global scale, you might be interested to have the exclusive right to manufacture and market Ruvol globally under a “licensing agreement.” Or better yet, just “BUY MY COPYRIGHT” and Ruvol is entirely yours. Email me at: rodolfovitangcol@gmail.com. Thanks and God bless! RODOLFO MARTIN VITANGCOL The Ruvol Inventor

    Rudy VitangcolRudy Vitangcol28 kun oldin
  • Resume builder 👊🏼

    Jared JonesJared JonesOy oldin
  • What you are missing is that employees are often a victim of the culture, they might wish to be the best, but the culture and their treatment leaves them being a 4:59.

    Maurice FieldMaurice FieldOy oldin
  • Effective Lone Ranger....Simply tell me what's required and LEAVE ME ALONE!!! I'd let you know when I need something. If you bug me a lot I'd leave simple

    Mavin EmmanuelMavin EmmanuelOy oldin
  • I believe this to be very subjective and not a one size fits all situation.

    SorceLordSorceLordOy oldin
  • I am a number 7 but my views/opinions and thought process weren't valued.

    Tiara MartinTiara MartinOy oldin
  • Could not find survey link

    Susan Vereb VargoSusan Vereb VargoOy oldin
  • 9.The employee who works so he can invest.

    David McgregorDavid McgregorOy oldin
  • Intrepreneuer who is seen as a threat because I’m an entrepreneur.

    Taylor Michael HoltTaylor Michael HoltOy oldin
  • Temps are entrepreneurs who need to be unleashed.

    Taylor Michael HoltTaylor Michael HoltOy oldin
  • Haha I’m the 4th type Lone Ranger!!

    Martin BrankovMartin Brankov2 oy oldin
  • I am a Resume Builder 🤪

    Andrea CoronadoAndrea Coronado2 oy oldin
  • I think I've hit the first 4 or 5 levels so far. I've had a summer job in my college years, then got my diploma and went to work at some low level job where I actually finished my tasks 1h before the end of the day (but had to stay at least until 4:45, which I usually did), then I asked to be transferred (Resume building) but ended up working as a Lone Ranger for a while. When we had more members on the team, I was unofficially assigned to coach and assist them, but I wasn't exactly a Leader. And I don't think I ever will working for a company. It's hard for me to attune to other people's vision, but maybe that's because I am still at the beginning and don't have access to the Founder/CEO. Do you think that it's easier to become an intrapreneur in a small to medium company, or it's just a matter of time until you become one even in a multi-national corporation ?

    Sergiu SpirescuSergiu Spirescu2 oy oldin
  • Level 7

    Rolandas BagdonaviciusRolandas Bagdonavicius2 oy oldin
  • 4.59 baby. life begins after work

    Chris WChris W2 oy oldin
  • WOWOWOW

    s cs c2 oy oldin
  • fritzsonmichel.com

    FM shopFM shop2 oy oldin
  • 7 types of workers, Creed, Jim, Oscar, Kelly, Stanley, the temp, and Toby

    Lil Chopstixz 21Lil Chopstixz 212 oy oldin
  • Good video!!

    Montserrat CoimbraMontserrat Coimbra3 oy oldin
  • I would just like to add that effective companies have all of them. Each of them have a role, including that 4:59 person. Even if 4:59 person is 10:15-12 -> 3-4:59 person they can be effective as long as during those hours, they become the hardest workers in the company during that stretch.

    Kingly OneKingly One3 oy oldin
  • WHY THE SUBTITLE CAN ONLY SHOW KOREAN...

    Hendy SieputraHendy Sieputra3 oy oldin
  • I'm 2-7 depending what side of the bed I wake up on.😳

    Big MacBig Mac3 oy oldin
  • One of the biggest mistakes business owners/ management, etc. make is not investing in their employees. Meaning, your time, training, understanding the business, etc. One good test I use /used while evaluating a business is understanding employee turnover.

    Rick ArraRick Arra3 oy oldin
  • I’m the team player ❤️

    Linda AleksandraLinda Aleksandra3 oy oldin
  • I have traits in every category but it depends on the day and my mood and whether or not I enjoy what I'm doing. I'm not emotionally mature and it leads to inconsistent work ethics. Its definitely a problem that I am trying to fix. My default is definitely "give me the task and leave me alone" though

    Mike CMike C3 oy oldin
    • Well that’s pretty mature of you to admit you are not emotionally secure. So at least you are self-aware.

      Tara STara S18 kun oldin
  • Some overlap a lot with some people though it lacks the deplorable employee category basicly usualy late steals and this calibre of behaviour. In the uk its harder to fire incompetents and needs proof of gross misconduct.

    Mateusz SosnowiczMateusz Sosnowicz3 oy oldin
  • Edd

    Cal FerrionCal Ferrion3 oy oldin
  • 👍

    Cal FerrionCal Ferrion3 oy oldin
  • 👌🏽

    Cal FerrionCal Ferrion3 oy oldin
  • Im 1, 2 and 3 Usually temp for 2-3 years. Never got paid for overtime and never got rewarded for finishing early. Regardless it goes on the resume.

    CyberfoxxyCyberfoxxy3 oy oldin
  • You know what happens to some of these employees they get replaced by better employees. Hence out with the old and in with the new.

    J. SKJ. SK3 oy oldin
  • That's a fairly clean take on people you run into at the workplace but not entirely true. This seems to presume that the higher up on the ladder you are the more you're worth and you've earned being there. This is not at all true in reality, it should be, but isn't. Additionally, it leaves out the context of workplace conditions and how terrible or great a particular company is and what position it pushes worker into. I wish these were the only people you run into in the workplace, it would be easier.

    Jennifer HerrenJennifer Herren3 oy oldin
  • Your comment about temporary employees is an unnecessary insult that damages the ability of good workers to gain full time employment. Temporary employment has advantages. My example relates to wanting a specific position in the 1980's in an industry before a formal training program was available. The temporary employment option allowed me the opportunity to create my own paid internship. Please apologize for your insult to the mass numbers of temporary employees who use this method of earning a living for various positive reasons.

    Sherlyn PattersonSherlyn Patterson3 oy oldin
  • Pat with that weird sniffing sound 😂

    WHO DEYWHO DEY3 oy oldin
  • Your segments are worthless. Make no mistake you are toast with declining viewers.

    Alberto BellamyAlberto Bellamy3 oy oldin
  • I start off every job as an effective lone ranger. As they saddle me with more and more responsibilities and don't pay me more i turn into the clock puncher.

    Spectre 4913Spectre 49133 oy oldin
  • Show this comment some love if you're part of the 4.59 club and proud to admit it.... 🤩🤩

    Yama FanboyYama Fanboy4 oy oldin
  • I am a Lone Ranger 🧹

    bnbalendabnbalenda4 oy oldin
  • If you are an entrepreneur serving as an interpreneur inside a company, and your vision for making that company expand is not aligned with the CEOs and he or she is unwilling to have an open ear, it is a signal that your vision belongs elsewhere. Go create it, and use that as energy to fuel your dream🙏

    Be YOU BloomBe YOU Bloom4 oy oldin
  • Thanks Pat. This video is great for me at this juncture

    Kamailoudini TagbaKamailoudini Tagba4 oy oldin
  • I prefer being an entrepreneur but if my ideas are not apreciated regardless how worthly they are, or my boss ,CEO.. do not behave in a honest way then i am not motivated enough to do my best so i will take 2th type

    Rafael MorenoRafael Moreno4 oy oldin
  • I think I'm a mix between a 5 and a 7. I know I could be a leader, but I don't want to be perceived as too demanding and pushy (I'm a woman). So I usually wait and see if others can be effective leader and if they can't, I either assist them or take over by showing more competence than them. Has worked out so far... I usually ended up as the right hand of the CEO. But it's a tricky line to walk and it takes patience.

    Ruth SteinerRuth Steiner4 oy oldin
  • I can’t access the survey for some reason. Can anyone help me out?

    Aiman AhmedAiman Ahmed4 oy oldin
  • Random question: if I had an idea that was good enough to be big but I didn't have the credibility due to the small size of my company, would it be a good idea to collaborate with a bigger company, or will that be too dependent and not help my credibility if I'm relying on that well known company?

    Saydet Loves the PlanetSaydet Loves the Planet4 oy oldin
  • He forgot the 8th type: The manager or owner of a small/medium business who succeeded in turning many intrapreneurs and other good employees into clockwatchers after years of unrecognized uncompensated above and beyond efforts. You get the employees that you deserve.

    Servant of AllahServant of Allah4 oy oldin
    • Yes!

      Tara STara S18 kun oldin
    • Well said. 👍🏻

      Kevin BattaniKevin Battani3 oy oldin
  • Poor temps. In my country being a temp is almost standard nowadays, because anything long term won't be granted because of business and generous legal reasons. Nobody gives out long term contracts. Having no surety of a job does cut into loyalty and the morale a bit.

    TomTom4 oy oldin
  • I’m at least Four of them

    Sanne NoerSanne Noer4 oy oldin
  • What about broke like me

    Himanshu yadavHimanshu yadav4 oy oldin
  • I am the team player. I love working with other co-workers but they get annoyed because I always try to help them out and talk with them so time passes in the job. But unfortunately they hate me and I quite and look for another job lol😂

    Silvia OkikaSilvia Okika4 oy oldin
  • Never mind, I found it, 🙏🏻

    Andra TomaAndra Toma4 oy oldin
  • Where is the link?

    Andra TomaAndra Toma4 oy oldin
  • I am a mainly Lone Ranger and intrapenures at. Times

    sanjay parmarsanjay parmar4 oy oldin
  • If you're not doing what you like or desire. Settling in the comfort zone. You're committing spiritual suicide. I'm definitely an Intrapreneur and I've brought in 27 million for FY20 to the company I work for. Unfortunately, I'm not rewarded for my efforts and I'll use them as a career builder.

    Mick BonesMick Bones4 oy oldin
  • 4:59 CLUB. YEAH. THAT'S ME...

    ajani da silvaajani da silva4 oy oldin
  • I would only add that the #7 does not have excuses. Excuses are for those (and read the commenters below) who are 1-6 and will never be a #7. Good job Pat.

    qwer123211qwer1232114 oy oldin
  • Intrapreneurs Net Worth: Steve Balmer $71.4bill Sheryl Sandberg $1.8bill Eric Schmidt $15.3bill Tim Cook $1.9bill

    Captain PlanetCaptain Planet4 oy oldin
  • Lone Wolf for sure xD I do my work and do a good job but I need my space. Maybe it's the nature of what I do and just being more used to my own company. Like I'll help of needed and called upon or if something clearly needs to be done and no one has stepped up to do it, and I'll pitch and recommend ideas if I see a better way to do something. However, coming up with those ideas or doing those things is something that happens on it's own within me, not as a result of being highly outgoing and sociable. I'm not antisocial but when I work I kinda tend to be solitary so I can focus and not be bothered and do a good job. It might just be the nature of the tasks that I do that demand that though. But from my perspective, if everyone is leaning forward in the fox hole and doing their part, the machine will function just fine as it was designed and intended to.

    RinkamimeRinkamime4 oy oldin
  • duuude .... im glad that i found ur youtube channel

    Fwz DevFwz Dev4 oy oldin
  • I think I am a couple of them, Pat! :) From number 2 to 7 basically.

    OwsryudieOwsryudie4 oy oldin
  • Lone Ranger here

    JohnnyOttosson85JohnnyOttosson854 oy oldin
  • #Intrepreneur #Entrepreneur A little bit of the other too.

    Wayman HarrisWayman Harris4 oy oldin
  • *I AM A FRUGAL INTRAPRENEUR! I LOVE TO SAVE MY TIME, ENERGY AND RESOURCES AND CONVENIENCE! WORK A LITTLE SMARTER AFTER I WORKED HARDER! SIMPLIFY! MAKE THE BIG SMALLER! WALK 5 DAYS, JOG THE 6TH DAY AND REST ON THE 7TH DAY BLESSED!*

    LUIS ALPHA HERNANDEZ OMEGALUIS ALPHA HERNANDEZ OMEGA4 oy oldin
  • *I AM AN INTRAPRENEUR!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 I AM HIGHER AND I GOT MORE THAN A RELIABLE EXECUTIVE LEADER; I GO ALL THE WAY HARD TO THE BITTER END ALL IN DOING FAVORS GETTING THE TASKS DONE EXCELLENTLY KIND OF LOYALTY; WHEN LOYALTY IS RECIPROCATED I TREAT THEM AS MY OWN!👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽*

    LUIS ALPHA HERNANDEZ OMEGALUIS ALPHA HERNANDEZ OMEGA4 oy oldin
  • Im a Team player

    Jesus Adrian BarrazaJesus Adrian Barraza4 oy oldin
  • Team player here.

    Jiminy KripesJiminy Kripes4 oy oldin
  • So it depends on the job...my last position I was a #6 my current job I'm a #4 sometimes a #5 during certain milestones and points throughout the year.

    randomperson54w57randomperson54w574 oy oldin
  • Patrick - this video looks awesome! Watching now. New info just in- new documents exposure of PLANNED c*19 ! This is a must watch by you and their team! uzworld.info/player/video/mn-apduQlcvEZaY

    N WoodsN Woods4 oy oldin
  • I have 2 good team players but they literally CAN'T READ... IT IS WHAT IT IS

    The Dragon Manifest ShowThe Dragon Manifest Show4 oy oldin
  • Wow you blink your eyes a lot every time you ask the viewers to do something. Body language is real

    vinh thànhvinh thành4 oy oldin
  • Very informative ,reliable,and Knowledgeable

    Voltaire TaboisVoltaire Tabois4 oy oldin
  • Why are the captions in Korean?🤔😂

    Pankaj KPankaj K4 oy oldin
  • Hybrid between resume builder and lone ranger 🙋🙋🙋,😂

    Mrs. AponteMrs. Aponte4 oy oldin
  • You've got a lot to learn about temps buddy. Now I know you're not worth listening to.

    Ggg GgggGgg Gggg4 oy oldin
  • The intrapreneur are the sad people of a company, work like they own the businesses and dont get the benefits

    MR3D-DevMR3D-Dev4 oy oldin
    • @stack Whale I see you were really offended by my question that you felt to flex your numbers on me. Does not affect me, I live a debt free life and having time to spend with family and friends is more important, no one on their dead bed has ever said "I wish I worked more at that job"

      MR3D-DevMR3D-Dev4 oy oldin
  • “Act like an owner” is one of the leading cultural principles at the company I work for. No doubt a powerful lens to have an entire workforce look through. Some get it, some don’t - but no doubt it has led our company to achieving great things in the right ways.

    Mr XMr X4 oy oldin
  • I think Entrepreneurs have to be 4, 5, 6 at the same time.

    EnceosEnceos4 oy oldin
    • I couldn’t agree more. At 4 I said that’s me, At 5 I said now wait that’s me, repeated again at 6 and then saw this comment, you’re correct. To be able to wear mask number 7 you must be able to wear all 3. Well said though 👍🏻

      Kevin BattaniKevin Battani3 oy oldin
  • You should have collected emails & sent the link to the strategy session to my email to build your list off of UZworld. Either way thanks for the free session 🥰

    Carabella RiazzoCarabella Riazzo4 oy oldin
  • I’m a 5 , love helping and doing overtime to get things done and look out for my team members safety as I am also a safety captain at where I work !!!!!

    Derek DaponteDerek Daponte4 oy oldin
  • Hey Pat, Have you ever thought of interviewing David Graeber (Bullshit Jobs)? I think the two of you would have a great conversation/debate. I'll look out for it!

    PalaPala4 oy oldin
  • I deliver food in a semi truck and I'm 100% an "effective lone ranger"

    OfficerMuteOfficerMute4 oy oldin
  • Def the truth, even in the trades. I've seen them all.

    Andy SilbereisenAndy Silbereisen4 oy oldin
  • Definitely a biased categorization based on the interests of the corporation and not the worker

    Hyperion DarkHyperion Dark4 oy oldin
  • I was at lvl1 so I started a Business.

    - ROBINHOOD A2ZA2ZIN- ROBINHOOD A2ZA2ZIN4 oy oldin
  • I quite like my job. I’m one of the best employees they have!...but everyday I can’t wait to fucking go home!

    BearBear4 oy oldin
  • I’m a temporary worker and I’m going to unsubscribe so I can be more lazy

    N SquarerootN Squareroot4 oy oldin
  • Definitely effective lone ranger, I'm always like let me do my job and leave me alone.

    WBWB4 oy oldin
  • The best thing you’ve taught me is how to solve problems and it worked great for me Thanks and be Prosper

    Saeed GhorbaniSaeed Ghorbani4 oy oldin
  • 4:59 club check’n in an dang proud of it;) gotta get that side hustle money and my times is money!

    John NeufeldJohn Neufeld4 oy oldin
  • Lol... Yes I was the 4.59er Now retired and loving it. My friends family hobbies girlfriends on the side ALWAYS came first. Now those other executive wannabes are old looking and burned out..some dead !! So don't be ashamed to be a 4.49er... You'll be the last one laughing...lol

    TheTruthCanHurtTheTruthCanHurt4 oy oldin
  • I've had jobs where I was all 7 at the same time

    David CurryDavid Curry4 oy oldin
  • I've been a temp because sometimes I didn't have a month to wait for a company to vet out their candidates. If upper management doesn't value the lowest person in the organization - just because they're a temp, that's not the place that I want to put any of my energy into.

    Lala BoobooLala Booboo4 oy oldin
  • The survey was totally anonymous, not even an email was asked.

    mohamed shifanmohamed shifan4 oy oldin
  • I am 4, 5, 7 but 1 too.

    mohamed shifanmohamed shifan4 oy oldin
  • Part time

    microspectmicrospect4 oy oldin
  • I’m the team player

    microspectmicrospect4 oy oldin
  • you left out the idea stealer...the gossip...the underminer....the sore loser....the entitled.....

    mark brownnermark brownner4 oy oldin
  • I think of myself as an effective lone ranger/ intrapreneur. But I usually end up as the reliable leader-even though I hate being responsible for others....Just never had the fortune of working with many good co-workers. Or owners for that matter.

    Terry StrobleTerry Stroble4 oy oldin
  • I'm a bit of multiple of these. In some ways, I'm a temp, because I haven't stayed at a single job for more than about 2 years, and the period has become shorter over time. In some ways, I'm a resume builder, because sometimes I choose the more reputable job offer (unfortunately from my experience that's usually the worse choice). In some ways, I'm the lone ranger, because I'm an introvert, I hate small talk and just want to get things done instead of wasting time. In some ways, I'm a leader, at least that is what my previous experience being a team lead is telling me. I don't like people, but I can organise and lead. In some ways, I'm an intrapreneur, because I care about the company doing well; otherwise, why would I work on a sinking ship? I kinda suck at teamwork, mostly because I try to keep emotions out of work, but people don't like that. I've only ever been the 4:59 club in one or two jobs, and I quit pretty soon after starting. I have worked a TON of unpaid overtime though, purely because I wanted to make things better, but in the end nobody cared. I'm a software developer by trade.

    jurchiks101jurchiks1014 oy oldin
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