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1 Understanding How to Fit on a Team 4/15/2017Understanding How to Fit on a TeamDr. Gregory Wiens
2 Where do we begin? What are personality tests? Do they really work? 4/15/2017Where do we begin?What are personality tests?Do they really work?What influences behavior?Personality NeedsStrengthsEnvironmentThinkingEmotionsValuesPhysical
3 Personality Needs Understand your own needs Understand others needs Understand how to create a win/win situationS is for SteadinessC is for CautiousnessI is for InfluencingD is for Dominance
4 S is for Steadiness This person: enjoys staying in one place does not like changeis loyalis consistentis a good listenerconcentrates wellcan stay on task and accepts routinescalms others
5 S is for Steadiness This person wants: credit for work well done limited responsibilitysincere appreciationplanned workconsistent proceduresto be part of a groupsecurityclear lines of work/home separation
6 S is for Steadiness This person needs others who: react and are decisivedelegate workare flexible with situationscan exert pressure on othersstretch toward challenges and goalswork in unpredictable environmentskeep the long term vision in mind
7 S is for Steadiness This person will be effective with: warming up to changeclear guidelines and expectationsencouragement of creativitystretching beyond their comfort zonetrusting othersremembering long term objectiveaffirmation
8 C is for Cautiousness This person: pays close attention to details works under predictable environmentssees all that is wrongsees all that needs to be donecomplies with authorityis self deprecatingcan work a long time on small projects
9 C is for Cautiousness This person wants: security no sudden changes affirmation for performancequality control to be maintained at all costsstandard operating proceduresprivacytime to work on tasks
10 C is for Cautiousness This person needs others who: can take charge make quick decisionswill keep focus on bottom lineknow how to compromisecan listen to C and then move onuse policies only as guidelinesaffirm them for accomplishments well done
11 C is for Cautiousness This person will be effective with: precise work time to workexact expectations on the jobtime to be aloneremembering the mission“so what” gut checkspatience with others
12 I is for Influence This person: very people oriented has a lot of friendsmakes great first impressionsis good with wordsgenerates enthusiasmis entertainingmotivates othersworks well in groups
13 I is for Influence This person wants: popularity opportunity to talk freedom from controlsgroup activitiesegalitarian relationshipsto coach or counsel othersto be part of a team
14 I is for Influence This person needs others who: can keep focus build systemstake a logical approachkeep their feet in realitylike to work with tasks rather than peoplespeak direct and to the pointlook for the details
15 I is for Influence This person will be effective with: time management being firmparticipatory managementhigh people quotientrealistic evaluation of othersdeadlines and goalsmonitoring for follow-up
16 D is for Dominance This person: is bottom line oriented gets the resultsloves a challengemakes quick decisionstakes chargequestions the status quolikes to solve problems
17 D is for Dominance This person wants: big picture opportunity to competedirect answersfreedom from control and supervisionvariety of activitiespower and prestige
18 D is for Dominance This person needs others who: research the facts look at all of the anglesdevelop structures and systemsrecognize people needsare predictableare deliberateare reliable
19 D is for Dominance This person will be effective with: difficult assignmentsunderstanding they need otherspace with relaxationcommunicating their desires earlybeing part of a teama 2x4 once in a whileworking on relationship
21 Real Life Hanging wallpaper: S-starts in the corner, of the guest bedroom, gets finished and cleans up his tools.C-starts in the closet or in the garage to be sure the pattern is going to match. He gets it exactly right before he starts on the living room.
22 Real Life Hanging wallpaper: I- has the wallpaper in the closet with the paste. It’s on a list of things to do. They never get around to it.D-says “Come over Saturday and help me wallpaper. And bring the paste.” He starts in the middle of the living room. The patterns don’t match, He says, “so what, that’s what drapes and pictures are for.”
23 Real Life Ask for something on their desk: S-says, “It’s the third thing down in that pile.” The desk may be a little messy, but the piles are ordered and they know exactly where everything is.C- has everything filed in alphabetical sequence and by color coded files.
24 Real Life Ask for something on their desk: I-says, “I am busy right now. Give me a few minutes and I’ll get back to you.” They really don’t know where it is, but they will never admit it to you.D-has a messy desk, they say, “there it is--you look for it.”
25 Real Life Getting on the elevator: S-waits in line, but if it is long they will take the stairsC-gets on the elevator, but counts the people and if it is over the limit will make someone get off.I-lets everyone in and says, “always room for one more, we will wait.”D-walks up pushes the button and closes the door.
26 Real Life Seeing a movie: S-gets there early and they already know what the movie is about.C-wants it quiet, and they sneak in their own popcornI-comes in a group. They are the ones who applaud and talk during the film.D-comes in late and makes everyone stand as they take a middle seat.
27 What This MeansOnce you know what your needs are, you can be free to worry about other’s needsAsk yourself, what are the needs of those on my team.What does a S need?What does a C need?What does a I need?What does a D need?
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