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1 Personality Plus: Understanding Your Individual Leadership Style Mary Byers

2 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced)

3 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to other people Animated facial expressions and gestures

4 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others people Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions

5 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others people Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions Huggers, hand shakers and touchers

6 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others people Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions Huggers, hand shakers and touchers Others would describe as outgoing

7 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others people Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions Huggers, hand shakers and touchers Others would describe as outgoing Informal, first-name basis

8 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions Huggers, hand shakers and touchers Others would describe as outgoing Informal, first-name basis Loose, amusing conversations

9 Openness: Ease with which person shows emotion and responds to others Animated facial expressions and gestures Easily show emotions Huggers, hand shakers and touchers Others would describe as outgoing Informal, first-name basis Loose, amusing conversations Go with hunches (feelings)

10 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced)

11 Self-contained: Do not readily show emotions (poker face)

12 Self-contained: Do not readily show emotions (poker face) Hard to get to know

13 Self-contained: Do not readily show emotions (poker face) Hard to get to know Task-oriented, rarely stray from business

14 Self-contained: Do not readily show emotions (poker face) Hard to get to know Task-oriented, rarely stray from business in conversations Don’t like wasting time. Follow plans.

15 Self-contained: Do not readily show emotions (poker face) Hard to get to know Task-oriented, rarely stray from business Don’t like wasting time. Follow plans. Fact-oriented decision makers.

16 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced)

17 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities

18 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities Outspoken communicators; often dominate meetings

19 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities Outspoken communicators; often dominate meetings Competitive, impatient, confronter

20 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities Outspoken communicators; often dominate meetings Competitive, impatient, confronter Hold eye contact, firm handshake

21 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities Outspoken communicators; often dominate meetings Competitive, impatient, confronter Hold eye contact, firm handshake Thrive on accomplishment

22 Directness: amount of control a person attempts to exert over people and situations Forceful Type A personalities Outspoken communicators; often dominate meetings Competitive, impatient, confronter Hold eye contact, firm handshake Thrive on accomplishment Not overly concerned with rules

23 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced)

24 Indirect Behaviors: Type B personalities; low key and slower paced

25 Indirect Behaviors: Type B personalities; low key and slower paced Reserved communicators who don’t contribute in meetings

26 Indirect Behaviors: Type B personalities; low key and slower paced Reserved communicators who don’t contribute in meetings Avoid conflict

27 Indirect Behaviors: Type B personalities; low key and slower paced Reserved communicators who don’t contribute in meetings Avoid conflict Patient and cooperative

28 Indirect Behaviors: Type B personalities; low key and slower paced Reserved communicators who don’t contribute in meetings Avoid conflict Patient and cooperative Soft handshakes, talk slower and more quietly Indirect Behaviors:

29 Type B personalities; low key and slower paced Reserved communicators who don’t contribute in meetings Avoid conflict Patient and cooperative Soft handshakes, talk slower and more quietly Don’t take initiative at gatherings Indirect Behaviors:

30 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced)

31 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced) Relator Open and indirect Unassertive, warm, supportive Reliable Slow at making decisions/taking action People oriented Dislike Conflict

32 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced) Socializer High in directness and openness Fast-paced, Animated Intuitive, Talkative Idea people, quick thinkers Impatience, short attention span Over involved

33 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced) Thinker Indirect and self-contained Analytical, Persistent Systematic problem solvers Need to be right Serious, orderly, perfectionists Procrastinators and conservative

34 Indirect (Slow paced) Open (Relationship oriented) Self-contained (Task oriented) Direct (Fast paced) Director Self-contained, direct Goal Oriented, high achievers Juggle many balls Strong-willed, strong decisions Inflexible, impatient Competitive, Workaholic

35 Remember: Neither is right; neither is wrong. It’s just _______________________! The strongest team are made up of all different types.

36 Platinum Rule: Do unto other as they would have you do unto them.


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