Personality Styles - Adapting to Different Types of Personalities for Improved Relationships and Interactions provides guidance for effectively adapting to various personality styles. Every individual has a dominant personality style, which includes relevant strengths and weaknesses. Effective interactions require individuals to adapt behaviors to complement, balance or counteract the traits of others. Note: This course is recommended as a part of a 8-hour audit skills curriculum for managers, while it is also appropriate for anyone who has responsibilities for interacting with others. This event may be a rebroadcast of a live event and the instructor will be available to answer your questions during the event.
After attending this presentation, you will be able to...
- Recognize four primary personality styles, including relative strengths and weaknesses
- Identify what traits you and others demonstrate
- List factors to consider to more effectively communicate and otherwise interact with others
- Recall best practices for modifying personal behaviors in appropriate circumstances to result in better situational outcomes with others
The major topics covered in this course include:
- Defining primary personality style characteristics
- Determining your own primary personality style and the style of others
- Effectively adapting for improving interactions with various personality styles
- Leveraging strengths and minimizing the negative impact of personality weaknesses
- Applying personality style analysis to real-life situations involving clients, staff, peers and superiors