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1 Welcome Communicating for success… Building effective relationships in your business
2 Communicating for success… Nikki Dodd and Liz Edwards Who are we? What do we do?
3 Communicating for success Personality Types (Social Styles) An introduction… The four groups Identify their characteristics Identify YOUR own personality type Source: Merrill D W and Reid R H
4 Communicating for success Who do you interact with in business? What business relationships do we need to build?
5 Analytical Driver Amiable Expressive We are all likely to possess two or more traits. Additionally, we are likely to demonstrate a different trait depending on the setting.
6 Analytical Systematic Well organised Diplomatic Amiable Dependable Loyal Easy going Friendly Quick to reach decisions Driver Enjoys challenges Motivated Practical Focused on results Expressive Outgoing Enthusiastic High energy Ideas generators
7 Analytical Cautious Logical Orderly Conventional Driver Talks fast Decisive Forceful Independent Assertive Competitive Amiable Sensitive Patient Relaxed Supportive Team person Stable Trusting Expressive Sociable Talkers Charming Dramatic Motivating Confident Optimistic
8 Analytical Driver AmiableExpressive
9 Communicating for success When interacting with others it is not only YOUR style to think about... It is the style/personality of the person you are interacting with...
10 Analytical Considerations... ✔✖ Talk factsOverlook the past Focus on detail and accuracyRush things Allow time to ponderBe too personal Be logical and well organised Communicating for success
11 Driver Considerations... ✔✖ Focus on the presentFocus on the long term Be brief and efficientGive too much detail Get to the bottom lineGet too personal Communicating for success
12 Amiable Considerations... ✔✖ Be easy and informalPush for too much detail Be FlexibleHurry them Allow time to ‘feel good’Confront them Emphasise team approach Communicating for success
13 Expressive Considerations... ✔✖ Focus on the futureDwell on details Illustrate conceptsBe cool and impersonal Focus on the big pictureTalk down to them Compliment them Communicating for success
14 Communicating for success Personality Types (Social Styles) An introduction… The four groups Identify their characteristics Identify YOUR own personality type Source: Merrill D W and Reid R H
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