We seek out our C-style co-workers when we need a problem-solver; yet their nit-pickiness can irritate us. Understanding your C-style colleagues can help you to work better with them.
Our S-style co-workers are steady and dependable, but they can frustrate us with their resistance to change and indecisiveness. Can we work better with them by understanding their behavioral style?
I-style co-workers create a positive work environment, but they can also frustrate us with their disorganization. How does improving our understanding of I-styles help us to work better with them?
We all know or work with a D-style person. They view their job as a competition; to be the best. Improving our understanding of D-styles can help us work better with them.
Have you ever done something you regret? Think about the worst mistake you ever made.
You've just received an alert that your area is directly in Hurricane Jane's path; how will you and your team members' preparations differ?
If you had the chance to design your ideal office space, what would it look like?
Would your office space be organized with a high-tech, filing system? Do you envision a large corner office on the top floor, complete with an oversized desk? How about thinking completely outside the box, and working remotely in a shady straw hut on a tropical beach?
If you're like most people, you've used social media in one way or another.
Understanding the personal preferences and style of the person sitting on the other side of the negotiating table provides you with a huge advantage. If you’re heading into a negotiation with someone with a distinctive high C-Style, you’ll know to be prepared you'll know to be prepared to discuss data, information and details. If you try the same method with a high I-Style, they may become