The observer notices what makes people successful in the workplace and tries to replicate that. They are willing to adapt their style if it means it will open doors of opportunity.
The Observer believes the workplace is a meritocracy and is curious why there is not more diversity in leadership. It seems that differences in progression come down to personal choices and/or personal styles.
An Observer makes a great mentor, helping to coach others on how to navigate the workplace and learn what gets noticed and rewarded. You may see a colleague that needs to speak up more (or tone it down a little). You may know someone who often mentions that childcare impacts their availability and want to suggest they minimise references to their children.
Observers strongly value a respectful workplace. For that reason, they may prefer to focus on areas of commonality and steer clear of sensitive topics.