Professional Leadership Basic (Human Relations) 3 Communicating with Different Personality Styles
In this course, you will understand the four typical personalities: Driver, Expressor, Amiable, and Analytical. Knowing your own style first is the most important way to connect with others across the barriers between the styles. In order to control our actions and emotions, we need to understand our strengths and weaknesses. By doing so, we can understand others and take a cooperative approach to our relationships.
According to the research theories of behavioral psychologists, human behavior can be roughly classified into four groups, each of which can be considered a quadrant. Each quadrant represents the behavioral style of the people in that group. No style perfectly fits a person, nor one is better than the other. Each style has its own strengths and weaknesses. By recognizing your main style and developing the ability to recognize the qualities of others, you can change your behavior to suit a wide variety of personalities and attributes.
How it will help you
You will be able to identify your own personality style and how you react under pressure, and modify your behavior to better connect with people of different styles.
For Managers who want to step up and become leaders or company executives who want to be more effective.