If you think like a Governor then the rest of us rely on you to make sure we all obey the rules.
You help to stop crooks and cheats and, of course, the rest of us from doing the wrong thing. You’ll look up rule 3, sub-section 7 to tell us what’s right. If the rules don’t tell us what’s right, then you’ll think of the principle or spirit behind it. Finally, you might remember that we are all human and fallible, and if we’re lucky, you might let us off with a warning not to do it again.
About 16% of us are Governors.
However, 31% of us are Governors when we go to work.
Strengths: Governors remind us to do our duty.
Weaknesses: Governors may appear cold and aloof and seem to lack empathy for others. They may also sometimes forget that it’s the principle that counts, not the letter of the law.