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Personality Profiling - Who's Really On Your Team

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Using a version of the "People's Style at Work" personality profiling system, these slides guide you through the process.

Using a version of the "People's Style at Work" personality profiling system, these slides guide you through the process.

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Personality Profiling - Who's Really On Your Team

  1. 1. “Bridging the gap between yourself and your team, makes your life, and theirs, easier, happier, and more produc:ve.”
  2. 2. The best way to understand your team is to understand yourself first.
  3. 3. All About Perspective (not right vs wrong)
  4. 4. Daily Habits (not one off ac?ons)
  5. 5. Play To Your Strengths (and acknowledge your weaknesses)
  6. 6. Not Set In Stone
  7. 7. A B C D
  8. 8. More Likely To Lean FORWARD When Stating Opinions More Likely To Lean BACK When Stating Opinions A B
  9. 9. MORE use of hands when talking LESS use of hands when talking C D
  10. 10. Expresses MORE Energy Towards Others Expresses LESS Energy Towards Others A B
  11. 11. More FLUID Body Movements More CONTROLLED Body Movements C D
  12. 12. MORE Forceful Gestures LESS Forceful Gestures A B
  13. 13. MORE Facial Expressions LESS Facial Expressions C D
  14. 14. LOUDER Spoken SOFTER Spoken A B
  15. 15. Appears More FUN-LOVING Appears More SERIOUS C D
  16. 16. More Likely To MAKE STATEMENTS More Likely To ASK QUESTIONS A B
  17. 17. MORE Inflection InVoice LESS Inflection InVoice C D
  18. 18. MORE Likely To Exert Pressure for Action LESS Likely To Exert Pressure for Action A B
  19. 19. MORE Likely To Show Feelings LESS Likely To Show Feelings C D
  20. 20. DOESN’T HOLD Back On Sharing Opinions HOLDS Back On Sharing Opinions A B
  21. 21. More PEOPLE-ORIENTED Conversations More TASK-ORIENTED Conversations C D
  22. 22. QUICKER To Resolve Problem Situations SLOWER To Resolve Problem Situations A B
  23. 23. More Oriented Towards FEELINGS & OPINIONS More Oriented Towards FACTS & LOGIC C D
  24. 24. FASTER Paced SLOWER Paced A B
  25. 25. MORE Likely To Use Small Talk LESS Likely To Use Small Talk C D
  26. 26. A B C D
  27. 27. A B C D
  28. 28. BC BD AD AC
  29. 29. When do you tend to feel most productive while working? (Not Time Of Day)
  30. 30. What’s your preferred method for feedback & praise?
  31. 31. What tends to drive you crazy while working with others?
  32. 32. Pick a team slogan.
  33. 33. BC - Driver BD - Expressive AD - Amiable AC - Analytical
  34. 34. Driver Mo?va?on is Achievement Efficient Decisive Pragma?c Independent Candid Emo?onless Divisive Short Sided Poor Collaborator Abrasive Strength Overused These are your get-it-done people. They are very purposeful. They talk, walk and move fast. They want things done yesterday. They don’t agonize over decisions even if liJle info is available. They excel at ?me management because every minute counts. They set goals and take calculated risks towards them. They enjoy working alone. They don’t dwell on the past. They prefer spoken to wriJen.
  35. 35. Expressive Mo?va?on is Power People Persuasive Visionary Outgoing Spontansous Fun-loving Fast Talker Imprac?cal Kiss A*s Not Focused Distrac?ng Strength Overused These are your crea?ves. They are full of energy. They want to be with the ac?on. They have big crea?ve ideas. They are quick to act. They are outgoing. They love coordina?ng people towards their goals. They like public feedback. They rely on their gut when making decisions. They talk loud and use their body. They love telling stories. They like sharing their opinion. They prefer spoken to wriJen. They are the life of the party.
  36. 36. Analytical Mo?va?on is Power Ins?tu?on Logical Systema?c Thorough Prudent Serious Impersonal Bureaucra?c Nitpicky Indecisive Abrasive Strength Overused These are your systems people. They are well organized. They like to do things right the first ?me. They do their research. They make decisions based on data. They’d rather be safe than sorry. They prefer quality over quan?ty. They are naturally introverted. They like to work alone. They are quiet. The details maJer to them. The don’t talk loud. They prefer wriJen to verbal. They are task oriented. They prefer to leave emo?ons out of it.
  37. 37. Amiable Mo?va?on is Affilia?on Coopera?ve Suppor?ve Diploma?c Cau?ous Loyal Slow Moving Permissive Conflict Avoider Risk Adverse Don’t Like Change Strength Overused These are your team players. They are friendly, outgoing and lead with a warm kind manner. They are empathic and sense other’s emo?ons. They like working in groups. They enjoy passing the praise to others and fine being the unsung hero. Their body language is relaxed and low key. They like coopera?on over conflict. They manage their emo?ons well. They are peacemakers. They are cau?ous with decision making.
  38. 38. “Bridging the gap between yourself and your team, makes your life, and theirs, easier, happier, and more produc:ve.”
  39. 39. Tom@Swi(KickHQ.com @TomKrieglstein #TeamHuman

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