Knowing your Personality Dimensions mean never having to say “I’m Sorry”at work. Let’s face it communication at work (or anywhere for that matter) is a two way street. Often we are surprised at the messages we receive, or we can take offence. But, have you stopped to think how your receiver works? Ever been listening to the radio (I know ancient technology) – and you start to hear it crackle and fizz. The same thing applies when communication between two individuals occurs – our mental filters cram up the signals and trouble can occur. One of those mental filters (and there are many) is your hard wired personality type – layered on with life experience, we make mental judgments about others and their message as a result of these filters. Let’s look at the temperament model to see how this can play out.
What Colour is Your Leadership?
All leaders have strengths, and all leaders have weaknesses or blind spots. In order to succeed with those you lead, it is important to first understand your strengths and accept and acknowledge where you have weaknesses. It is in the understanding of your blind spots and weaknesses that gives you the power to be a highly effective leader. Personality Dimensions is a powerful but easy to understand model to help leaders identify how you lead.
Personality Dimensions is based on the theory of temperament, there are four basic innate patterns of behavior. They are:
Authentic Blue, Inquiring Green, Organized Gold and Resourceful Orange.
Are the same mistakes and perhaps conflicts derailing your plans over and over again? If this sounds familiar, perhaps a bit of team building is needed to help your employees or team members establish the bond they need to work well together. These retreats are perfect for helping the group to learn how each individual contributes to your cause as a collective whole. Consider booking a Personality Dimensions™ workshop to get your team ‘Talking in Colour’. This FUN, but very results oriented team building exercise is ideally suited to get team members honouring differences and building self esteem.
I love to help people become their best selves. transition and change is with us always, we are constantly re-inventing ourselves and that requires commitment and a process.