D Top Risks for the D Style How to Lead Self for More Results C Top Risks for the C Style How to Lead Self for More Quality I Top Risks for I Style How to Lead Self for More Inspiration S Top Risks for the S Style How to Lead Self for More Cooperation Leading Self
Leading Self What is my primary style? How do I leverage my strengths? What are key ways to adapt?
D Top Negative Triggers to Avoid for D styles How to Lead D Style Team Members C Top Negative Triggers to Avoid for C styles How to Lead C Style Team Members I Top Negative Triggers to Avoid for I styles How to Lead I Style Team Members S Top Negative Triggers to Avoid for S styles How to Lead S Style Team Members Leading Others
D What D Styles Respect in Leaders How to Motivate D Styles C What C Styles Respect in Leaders How to Motivate C Styles I What I Styles Respect in Leaders How to Motivate I Styles S What S Styles Respect in Leaders How to Motivate S Styles Leading Others
D How many? C How many? I How many? S How many? Leading Others What style is most present on your team?
Leading Others What style does my team look like? What are our strengths? What are the challenges?
Serve the Team 1.Celebrate Successes 2.Acknowledge Challenges 3.Reinforce Purpose 6 Leadership Disciplines for Every Style: 4.Motivate w/ Meaning 5.Lead Support & Accountability 6.Generous w/ Appreciation Psychological Truth: In a vacuum people fill in the blank with negative assumptions and will automatically be driven by the negatives..
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