It can be overwhelming to try to figure out the behavior and motivation of all the diversity of people at work and in your personal circles. Each person is a complex individual, so how can you possibly understand what makes him or her tick? You may be surprised to learn that complex behavioral styles can actually be divided into four common types of people:
Key features of each style and break down the process of working effectively with different types of people. When you understand patterns of behavior and inner motivation behind them, it becomes much easier to cope with strengths and minimize errors and weaknesses. For example, we say that everyone in your group at work takes the DISC personality assessment and one person is the original performer. He is sent, optimistic, energetic and always in the middle of the action. He truly appreciates personal relationships and is positive and supportive to other team members, but sometimes he is less task-oriented and focused than his work demands. He is a real person and his main grants come from his interest, companionship and persuasiveness. He is passionate about his ideas and has the ability to influence others to achieve goals.
He likes variety and is excited about change and innovation. The Influencer supports its natural collections and enhances morale and tends to look at the bright side of any situation. On the other hand, his weaknesses are that he tends to be impatient, exciting, and easily misguided. He may rush through or postpone tasks that he does not find interesting, and information can pass through the cracks of the tasks he manages. He attaches great importance to the approval and admiration of others, and he can be very sensitive to criticism, even when it is conferred constructively. As Influencer's Managing Director, you can customize your work to leverage his strengths and avoid his weaknesses.
Because he is an emotional thinker who desires approval, give him positive feedback and gratitude for his work whenever possible. He thrives in social conditions and constantly changing environments, so make sure he works with others and has a fast, diverse habit. To prevent the lack of organization and attention to detail, give it a "bigger picture" and pair it with a teammate who fills his strengths, such as conscientious attention to detail.