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Managing Disruption with Style

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No one knows what shaped our personality or why we think, speak and behave in a certain way. It shapes our world and the ways in which we respond to the people we love, avoid and work with. Our personality determines the preference of our response to disruption.

In this webinar, PR strategist and best-selling author, Andrew Chow, will delve into how personality type can determine a person’s ability to adapt to change and ride the wave of a digital transformation project.

You’ll learn how to:
- Analyze your personality to establish your working pattern
- Identify your natural response to digital transformation and disruption
- Discover your blind spot for growth into the future.

About the presenter

Andrew Chow is a social media and PR strategist, entrepreneur, author, and speaker, based in Singapore.

Andrew’s best-selling ‘247’ series of books include Social Media 247, Public Relations 247 and Personal Branding 247. He has previously been named as a Top 10 Most Influential Speaker in Singapore and, over his 30-year career, has worked with an array of clients including AXA Insurance, Sony Pictures, and Sennheiser.

Published in: Leadership & Management
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Managing Disruption with Style

  1. 1. Managing Disruption with Style Andrew Chow, Social Media & PR Strategist. Maria Yuntseva, BDR Team Lead, Acquia Follow Us ! @acquiaAPAC
  2. 2. Welcome to Today’s Webinar! MODERATOR Maria Yuntseva, BDR Team Lead, Acquia RECORDING & SLIDES Will be emailed to you within the next couple of days. QUESTIONS? Submit your questions in the Q/A Tab and we’ll attempt to answer them at the end of the presentation. Follow Us ! @acquiaAPAC
  3. 3. At Acquia, we give our customers the freedom to build tomorrow on their terms. Follow Us ! @acquiaAPAC
  4. 4. Managing Disruption with Style Andrew Chow, Social Media & PR Strategist. Maria Yuntseva, BDR Team Lead, Acquia Follow Us ! @acquiaAPAC
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  11. 11. • • • •
  12. 12. Positive Disciplined Consistent Conscientious Hardworking High Standards Exact Righteous Principled Average Orderly Impersonal Critical Organized Strict Lawful Rigid Exact Negative Inflexible Self-Righteous Obsessive Judgmental Legalist Uptight Correction-Seeking Resentful
  13. 13. • • • • • • Perfectionist @ Work
  14. 14. • • • • • • How to Engage with Perfectionist?
  15. 15. Positive Compassionate Giving Sympathetic Humorous Attentive Caretaker Nurturing Tough Skinned Average Generous Encouraging People Focused Helpful Behind the Scene Comforting Soft hearted Supportive Negative Manipulative Possessive Intrusive Suffer in Silence Pleasing Self forgetful Flattery Dependent
  16. 16. Helper / Giver @ Work • • • • • •
  17. 17. • • • • • • How to Engage with Helper?
  18. 18. Positive Goal-oriented Self Starter Energetic Performer Accomplished Excellence In the Scene Zealous Average Adaptable Competitive Pragmatic Charismatic Leverage Looking Good Smooth Operator Marketing/Entrepreneur Negative Approval Seeking Defensive Lacks Self Awareness Opportunistic Emotionally shut down Difficult to receive Spotlight Seeking Approval Seeking
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  20. 20. • • • • • • How to Engage with Achiever / Performer
  21. 21. Positive Inspired Creative Personal/Reve aling Intuitive Empathic Feel deeply Aesthetic Artistic Average Self Absorbed Feels Different Emotional Dreamer Fantasy Ritual Maker Melancholy Sensual Negative Self Pitying Impractical Alienated Self Destruct Life as Drama Longing Self Indulgent Sense of Tragic
  22. 22. • • • • • • Individualist @ workIntense Creator / Individualist @ Work
  23. 23. • • • • • • How to Engage with IndividualistHow to Engage with Intense Creator / Individualist
  24. 24. Positive Perceptive Thoughtful Wise Investigative Intellectual Guru Insightful Synthesize Average Self Reliant Intense Private Questioner Knowledgeable Isolated Reserved Quiet Negative Eccentric Compartmentaliz es Cynical Anti Social Don’t display warmth Invisible Loner Move away from others
  25. 25. • • • • • • • Quiet Specialist / Investigator @ work
  26. 26. • • • • • • • How to Engage Quiet Specialist / Investigator
  27. 27. Positive Responsible Loyal Engaging Teamwork Accountable Vigilant Contented Committed Average Independent Cautioning Obedient Follower Careful Hesitant Enjoys Routine Faithful Negative Indecisive Contradictory Paranoid Devil’s Advocate Abandoned Doubting Lacks Confidence Imagine the Worst
  28. 28. • • • • • • • Loyal Skeptic / Loyalist @ Work
  29. 29. • • • • • • How to Engage with Loyal Skeptic / Loyalist
  30. 30. Positive Spontaneous Fun Versatile See the Big Picture Flexible Excited Wow Many Possibilities Average Lively Experiential Adventure – seeking Happy Entertaining On the Go Talkative Carefree Negative Hyperactive Superficial Impulsive Lack of Focus Impulsive Dislike Rules Inattentive Pleasure-Seeking
  31. 31. • • • • • • Enthusiastic Visionary @ work
  32. 32. • • • • • • How to Engage with Enthusiastic Visionary
  33. 33. Positive Confident Inspiring Leader Taking initiatives Just Do It Self Directed Pioneering Stand Up for Right Average Dominant Forthright Fight for fairness Challenger Direct Tough Minded Take Charge Straight Forward Negative Intimidating Confrontational Controlling Curt Forceful Blunt Over Protective Vengeful
  34. 34. • • • • • • Active Controller or Challenger @ work
  35. 35. • • • • • • How to Engage with Active Controller or Challenger
  36. 36. Positive Easygoing Unpretentious Patient Gentle Facilitator Peace Maker Reassuring Mr Nice Guy Average Accommodating Peaceful Genuine Negotiator Let it Be Consensus Seeking Unassuming Settled Negative Disengaged Stubborn Oblivious Procrastinate Complacent Indifferent Lazy Withdrawn
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  39. 39. Questions? Submit your questions in the Q/A Tab and we’ll attempt to answer them. To learn more about how Acquia can help you, visit Acquia.com
  40. 40. THANK YOU

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