Knowing Me, Knowing You
Social Style and Versatility
Social Style is a model focused on people’s observable “say” and “do” behaviours. These behaviours cluster into four broad Social Styles and give us clues as to people’s needs and areas of focus, and cues as to how to work more effectively with them. Modifying our behaviours in that way is called Versatility. There are four key components of Versatility and the best thing about it is that it can be increased through changes in our external, observable say and do behaviours.
• Welcome, context and introductions
• Social Style – its development and the theories behind it
• Versatility – the four components
• How to develop Versatility – in yourself and in others
HOW WE DO IT
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Grab Your GremlinGrab Your Gremlin
Humans are hard-wired to avoid danger, and part of our early-warning system is our self-limiting voice, or Gremlin. Unfortunately, it’s more like a faulty alarm system, in that it sees danger where there is none, only discomfort and challenge. Here we learn not to fear but to adore, our Gremlin, moving through the discomfort to action, ability and confidence.
Accentuate the PositiveAccentuate the Positive
Being able to manage your emotions is a sign of good emotional intelligence and a key criterion for leaders. You’re intelligent – of course. You’re good at your job – that goes without saying. You’re great at helping others recognise and manage their emotions…..are you? And do you stay the course when things get tough, in a way that’s productive and helpful for yourself and those around you? This session helps develop your Emotional and Resilience Quotients, as well as helping others through change.
Just *** Do It!Just *** Do It!
Delegation is hard. Often, we don’t even want to develop it because “it’s quicker and easier to do it myself” (code for, “I want to be in complete control”). Every leader needs to delegate in order to free themselves up for the big strategic pursuits. We show you and how to do it here.