shows that building interpersonal skills - a person's ability to
interact effectively and gain support of co-workers - is essential to
effective leadership at all levels in an organization. Every person who
is interested in their professional development can benefit from
understanding their own behavioral style and how this affects their
ability to interact with colleagues.
Social Styles model is a tool used by our consultants to increase your
understanding of people's behavioral styles and how to use this
information to interact more effectively. It is a highly validated tool
and we have found that is easy to adopt and apply. Listed below are free resources available for your use if you would like to learn more about this model.
Tip of the Day
Emotional Intelligence Whitepaper
Research shows that emotional intelligence is the most important factor in effective leadership. This new whitepaper looks at what’s new in the area of emotional intelligence and how organizations can use it to improve performance.
Interpersonal Skills Program Comparison
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An independent comparison of Myers-Briggs, DiSC and SOCIAL STYLE models conducted by Colorado State University and Regis Learning Solutions.
Managing Conflict Whitepaper
New research on conflict in the workplace and its impact on productivity.
Diversity and SOCIAL STYLE Whitepaper
Understanding SOCIAL STYLE concepts can increase the power of a diverse workforce.
Coaching and SOCIAL STYLE Whitepaper
New research on the impact of SOCIAL STYLE skills and coaching performance.
360 Degree View of Managerial Performance Whitepaper
A new 360-degree look at managerial performance from senior executives, direct reports and managers themselves.
The Four Social Styles
This video explains the SOCIAL STYLE Model and discusses each of the
four SOCIAL STYLES. It is a helpful introduction to understanding
SOCIAL STYLE, the world's best-known interpersonal effectiveness model.