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Market Force from Apriori International, as delivered in the workshop in Cayman in October 2013

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  • 1. Market Force
  • 2. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 3. Get Wired for Prosperity TM
  • 4. What is Prosperity?
  • 5. PRIORI international Wealth and Wisdom
  • 6. Who Am I? PRIORI international Your Chief of Staff Use my experience as a 3-time business owner, 10+ years as business coach, along with my law and business degrees, to help individuals and companies solve their most pressing business issues. !
  • 7. Market Force Market Force is a business execution system that has been used for over 35 years by businesses in numerous industries and around the globe. The Market Force system is both scientifically-based and practical. Its methodology focuses on the mechanics of communication, coordination of action, and interpersonal dynamics – the key components necessary to help people inside of businesses thrive.
  • 8. Tools
  • 9. Installation The beauty of the system is its simplicity: 1. Easy to learn and use Provides guidance for dealing with almost any situation. 2. Rapid adoption Spreads virally creating a common language and common approach to execution. 3. High stickiness factor Users find application day one as well as years later.
  • 10. Results 1. Reduce friction and improve team performance 2. Improve accountability and follow through 3. Make more money Specific Example
  • 11. 108% Higher Average annual increase in revenue for producers who use Market Force vs. those who do not.* 43% Higher Average performance rating (NPS score) for support professionals who use Market Force vs. those who do not.* *Colliers University 2011 Course Catalog, with data from five previous years.
  • 12. Get Wired for Prosperity TM
  • 13. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 14. PRIORI Consider international You$ lose $ your$mind$
  • 15. PRIORI Relevance? international !  Stress !  Threat Human Actual Perceived !  Life/Death When Your Body Takes Over Your Mind !  Identity Habits !  Unconscious !  Repetitive
  • 16. PRIORI international Your$Survival$Strategy$ is$What$You$Use$ When$You$Lose$Your$Mind$
  • 17. Prediction
  • 18. Under Pressure Dictate Hibernate Migrate Tolerate
  • 19. PRIORI international
  • 20. PRIORI Styles international Control Authority Influence Power Maps are topographical
  • 21. PRIORI international
  • 22. Nicknames PRIORI international
  • 23. PRIORI international
  • 24. Time PRIORI international
  • 25. PRIORI international
  • 26. Speaking PRIORI international
  • 27. PRIORI international Trust
  • 28. Trust? Equal Parts… Competence Ability to perform Sincerity Authenticity of speaking
  • 29. PRIORI international Trust: Concern Rank Order Control and Authority Influence and Power 1. Competence 1. Sincerity 2. Sincerity 2. Competence Golen Rule? What about the Platinum Rule?
  • 30. PRIORI international Trust
  • 31. PRIORI international Trust
  • 32. Liabilities PRIORI international
  • 33. PRIORI international
  • 34. PRIORI international Best Spot on the Field?
  • 35. PRIORI international
  • 36. PRIORI international
  • 37. PRIORI international
  • 38. PRIORI international
  • 39. PRIORI international
  • 40. The Indicator
  • 41. 23 Total Questions •  20 Core Questions •  3 Questions for Tiebreakers Methodology •  1 Style v. 1 Style per Question •  Limits Pattern Thinking Request •  Please copy down your raw score.
  • 42. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 43. PRIORI international
  • 44. Control Creational Control (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Power PRIORI international Authority Influence Power
  • 45. Offense PRIORI international
  • 46. Defense PRIORI international
  • 47. Control Creational Control (Offense) Authority Influence Preservational (Defense) PRIORI international Authority Power Influence Power Are you a Starter or Finisher? Controls & Influences: Start more projects, generate more leads, than they finish or follow up on. Powers & Authorities: Won’t start something “unless I know I can and will finish it.”
  • 48. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power
  • 49. PRIORI Thought v. Action international
  • 50. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Influence Preservational (Defense) Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power Are you a Thinker or an Actor? Controls & Authorities: Think first… then act. Influences & Powers: Act first… then think.
  • 51. PRIORI international
  • 52. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power What does it all mean?? Control Offensive Thought-Oriented Vision
  • 53. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power What does it all mean?? Influence Offensive Action-Oriented Velocity
  • 54. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power What does it all mean?? Power Defensive Action-Oriented Structure
  • 55. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power What does it all mean?? Authority Defensive Thought-Oriented Quality
  • 56. PRIORI international
  • 57. Control Creational (Offense) Authority Influence Preservational (Defense) Control Thought PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power Control Offensive Thought-Oriented Vision Influence Offensive Action-Oriented Velocity Power Defensive Action-Oriented Value Authority Defensive Thought-Oriented Quality
  • 58. Control Creational Control Thought (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power Natural Complements Control Authority Opposites attract! Influence Power
  • 59. Control Creational Control Thought (Offense) Authority Preservational (Defense) Influence PRIORI international Authority Influence Action Power Power Natural Complements Control Authority Influence Power
  • 60. Cross Axis Typically more difficult to create. PRIORI international
  • 61. Cross Axis •  In Pw international Downside: Ct Au PRIORI •  Control does not trust Influence. Influence feels as though Control is always telling them what to do. Upside: •  •  •  Control sets a direction and gives Influence latitude to run. Influence learns to run with some direction and input so that their action is targeted. Working together = great offense.
  • 62. Cross Axis international Downside: Ct •  In Au PRIORI •  Pw Influence looks at Power and wants nothing to do with their structure (loss of freedom). Power feels as though Influence is too chaotic for their process. Upside: •  •  Influence gets relationships started. Power takes the relationship and turns it into a long-term alliance.
  • 63. Cross Axis •  Defense In •  •  Pw international Downside: Ct Au PRIORI Power wants to “crank out” a large volume of work (quantity). Authority wants everything perfect (quality). Therefore, Powers avoid Authorities. Upside: •  •  •  Powers look for some assistance on editing and prioritization. Authorities back off a bit and give Powers some latitude to work away. Functioning properly = great defense.
  • 64. Cross Axis international Downside: Ct •  In Au PRIORI •  Pw Control is certain they are right about the future. Authorities are confident they can prove Control wrong with evidence from the past. Upside: •  •  Authorities deliver options to Control. Controls pull the trigger with some grounding from the past.
  • 65. Cross Axis Typically more difficult to create. PRIORI international
  • 66. PRIORI international 3 Prosperity Producing Principles
  • 67. “Struggle” Principle
  • 68. Struggle Principle Each Style tends to struggle the most with what the next Style clockwise does naturally.
  • 69. “Second Most” Principle PRIORI international
  • 70. Second Most Principle The Style counter clockwise is typically each Style s second most comfortable Style to their own.
  • 71. Control Authority The Analyzer The Past Ought to Reflection Competency The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Competency Power The Builder Next 90 Days Have To Replication Sincerity PRIORI international Influence The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships Sincerity
  • 72. PRIORI international
  • 73. Ultimate Strategy Dictate Hibernate Migrate Tolerate
  • 74. Control Authority The Analyzer The Past Ought to Reflection Competency The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Competency Power The Builder Next 90 Days Have To Replication Sincerity PRIORI international Influence The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships Sincerity
  • 75. PRIORI international
  • 76. Ultimate Strategy Dictate Hibernate Migrate Tolerate
  • 77. Control Authority The Analyzer The Past Ought to Reflection Competency The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Competency Power The Builder Next 90 Days Have To Replication Sincerity PRIORI international Influence The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships Sincerity
  • 78. PRIORI international
  • 79. Ultimate Strategy Dictate Hibernate Migrate Tolerate
  • 80. Control Authority The Analyzer The Past Ought to Reflection Competency The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Competency Power The Builder Next 90 Days Have To Replication Sincerity PRIORI international Influence The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships Sincerity
  • 81. PRIORI international
  • 82. Ultimate Strategy Dictate Hibernate Migrate Tolerate
  • 83. apriori Principle The Style counter clockwise is typically each Style s second most comfortable Style to their own.
  • 84. Control Authority Hibernate The Analyzer The Past Ought To Efficiencies Dictate The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Power Tolerate The Builder Next 90 Days Have To The Work PRIORI international Influence Migrate The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships
  • 85. Prosperity Principle
  • 86. Prosperity Principle Moving clockwise is counter-intuitive and produces prosperity.
  • 87. Control Authority Hibernate The Analyzer The Past Ought To Efficiencies Dictate The Director 5 Years/Future Should Ideas Power Tolerate The Builder Next 90 Days Have To The Work PRIORI international Influence Migrate The Facilitator Right Now Could Relationships
  • 88. PRIORI international With Like Style
  • 89. Same Styles Control Control Like? Done? PRIORI international
  • 90. Same Styles Control Control Influence Influence Like? Done? PRIORI international
  • 91. Same Styles Control Control Influence Influence Power Power Like? Done? PRIORI international
  • 92. Same Styles Control Control Influence Influence Power Power Authority Authority Like? Done? PRIORI international
  • 93. Same Styles Control Control Influence Influence Power Power Authority Authority Like? Done? PRIORI international
  • 94. Pop Quiz!
  • 95. Authority? Influence? Control? Power? PRIORI international
  • 96. I know! Authority? Influence? Control? Power? PRIORI international Let’s go! I object! What do we have to do?
  • 97. Authority? Influence? Control? Power? PRIORI international
  • 98. PRIORI international
  • 99. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 100. PRIORI international What will be your “methodology” for identifying Styles?
  • 101. PRIORI international
  • 102. Practice, Practice, Practice
  • 103. If you stop, Practice, Practice, Practice it all goes away.
  • 104. PRIORI international 5-Step Methodology Most Critical
  • 105. Step 1 Stop talking out loud and listening to yourself! Observe PRIORI international
  • 106. Step 2 PRIORI international Ask Open Ended First Question Observe and Listen
  • 107. Step 2 PRIORI international Style Body Language Their Focus CONTROL Calculated (pensive) Big picture and ideas INFLUENCE Restless (can t sit still) The present and relationships POWER Affable (gregarious) The work that needs to be done AUTHORITY Withdrawn (arms crossed) A historical perspective NOTE: You won’t observe any of this IF you are listening to yourself (See Step 1)
  • 108. Step 3 PRIORI international Look and Listen for Primary Trust Concern Competence Sincerity
  • 109. Step 3 PRIORI international Look and Listen for Primary Trust Concern Competence Sincerity NOTE: You won’t observe any of this IF you are listening to yourself (See Step 1)
  • 110. Step 4 international C C I A I A PRIORI P P C I A P C I A P Look for What’s Missing Remember: Struggle = Next Move
  • 111. Step 4 international C C I A I A PRIORI P P C I A P NOTE: C I A P You won’t observe any of this IF you are listening to yourself (See Step 1)
  • 112. Step 5 PRIORI international How are they positioning themselves? Observe
  • 113. Step 5 PRIORI international Style Speaking From Their Position CONTROL You should In charge (director) INFLUENCE We could Relationship person (facilitator) POWER We have to Go-to person (builder) AUTHORITY They should have Protector of quality (analyzer) How are they positioning themselves? Observe
  • 114. Step 5 PRIORI international Style Speaking From Their Position CONTROL You should do this In charge (a director) INFLUENCE We could Relationship person facilitating success POWER We have to Go-to person getting it all done AUTHORITY They should have Behind the scenes protecting quality NOTE: You won’t observe any of this IF you are listening to yourself (See Step 1)
  • 115. 5-Steps Stop listening to yourself and talking out loud! Open Ended 1st Question Which Trust Concern? What’s Missing? Their Positioning? What’s missing??? PRIORI international
  • 116. Make an Educated Guess and Go! Initiate and Adapt
  • 117. 5-Steps Stop listening to yourself and talking out loud! Open Ended 1st Question Which Trust Concern? What’s Missing? Their Positioning? Go! PRIORI international
  • 118. Sometimes… PRIORI international you must look for signs.
  • 119. PRIORI international Signs Include Dress Speaking Body Language Car Writing Office Job Title Perspective
  • 120. The Advantage of Observation Practice, Practice, Practice
  • 121. Office? PRIORI international Inclusive Busy ! Personal, Fun ! Stylish Driven ! Functional Impersonal!
  • 122. Body Language? Affable, Gregarious PRIORI international Calculated, Pensive! ! Withdrawn, Arms Crossed! Restless, Can t Sit Still !
  • 123. Job? PRIORI international Creativity Operations Strategy Analytics
  • 124. Positioning? PRIORI international Go-to Relationship Person In charge!
  • 125. Adjectives? Adventuresome Impulsive Intuitive Skeptical Conventional Organized! PRIORI international Rational Determined Systematic! Practical Loyal Dependable
  • 126. Car? Busy, busy! PRIORI international ! Look at me A penny saved… ! ! I feel a need… !
  • 127. Pace? Fast! PRIORI international Demanding! Harried! Deliberate!
  • 128. Decisions? PRIORI international Methodical, careful (process of elimination) ! Decisive and adamant ( this is the way ) ! Impulsive and spontaneous (changes daily) ! Accommodating ( let me talk to my team ) !
  • 129. PRIORI international Who Sends This Email? Scattered ! Direct ! Inclusive ! Detailed !
  • 130. PRIORI international Who Sends This Email? Influence ! Scattered!
  • 131. PRIORI international Who Sends This Email? Control ! Direct!
  • 132. PRIORI international Who Sends This Email? Power ! Inclusive!
  • 133. PRIORI international Who Sends This Email? Authority ! Detailed!
  • 134. Focus? PRIORI international
  • 135. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 136. Story Time
  • 137. Mindset: Not just understanding Styles, but learning how to think in regard to Styles
  • 138. Attack Sheet
  • 139. 4 Steps
  • 140. What Style? PRIORI international CONTROL Step 1 AUTHORITY POWER INFLUENCE
  • 141. What Style? CONTROL Step 1 AUTHORITY POWER INFLUENCE
  • 142. PRIORI international $!
  • 143. PRIORI international $!
  • 144. PRIORI international
  • 145. 5-Steps Stop listening to yourself and talking out loud! Open Ended 1st Question Which Trust Concern? What s Missing? Their Positioning? Go! PRIORI international
  • 146. PRIORI international Step 2
  • 147. What is the Situation? Step 2
  • 148. The Situation? STEP 1 Style STEP 2 Situation POWER First meeting CONTROL Breakdown INFLUENCE Deal is over POWER Trying to close AUTHORITY Presenting to CONTROL How to work with PRIORI international
  • 149. PRIORI international Step 3
  • 150. What is my Goal? Step 2 PRIORI international
  • 151. The Goal? PRIORI international STEP 3 STEP 1 Style STEP 2 Situation Goal/Concern POWER First meeting Strong first impression CONTROL Breakdown Get back on track INFLUENCE Deal is over Set up for next deal POWER Trying to close Close AUTHORITY Presenting to Best setting CONTROL How to work with Address their concerns WHY?
  • 152. Prediction
  • 153. Engage! Step 4 PRIORI international
  • 154. What are my Tactics?
  • 155. The Situation? PRIORI international STEP 1 Style STEPS 2/3 Situation STEP 4 Tactics CONTROL Breakdown/ Back on Track Focus on their big picture Ask them questions Create a menu of options POWER First meeting 1. Sincerity 2. Competence First Impression Principle: Come along side, then focus on making their hard work pay off.
  • 156. PRIORI Go! international Tactics for that Style in that situation. The Situation? Short Test Select Don t Know What Style am I dealing with? What is my Style?
  • 157. Application Exercise
  • 158. Authority
  • 159. Authority PRIORI international
  • 160. Authority PRIORI international
  • 161. Influence
  • 162. Influence PRIORI international
  • 163. Influence PRIORI international
  • 164. Power
  • 165. Power PRIORI international
  • 166. Power PRIORI international
  • 167. Control
  • 168. Control PRIORI international
  • 169. Control PRIORI international
  • 170. We re Done!
  • 171. Possible Agenda 1: Introduction 2: Styles: Fundamentals 3: Styles: Inter-Relationships 4: How to Identify 5: Workshop
  • 172. PRIORI international Wealth and Wisdom
  • 173. PRIORI international Compass Setting Overcoming Adversity Quicker More Powerful Relationships More Effective Coordination of Action
  • 174. Three Goals PRIORI international
  • 175. Thank you!
  • 176. Get Wired for Prosperity TM