All of our relationships in life work like a bank account. Into those relationships we make deposits, and sometimes we also make withdrawals – from an emotional perspective. There are a lot of reasons why these deposits and withdrawals happen, but the primary reason is so that you have an even greater amount of influence in those relationships. Would it surprise you that an action – a deposit – in one relationship could actually be a withdrawal in another relationship?
Below is a link to a video that tells you more about the importance of your personal behavior style: Why Behavioral Styles Are Important. For sure, it will add to your knowledge of the importance of your own personal style and how it helps or hinders your interactions with others. Also provided to you is a link where you can assess your own behavioral style, and receive a personal, confidential result of that assessment: Your Personal Style.
We think that if you spend the time to go through the video, and then take the free personal style assessment, you might just discover something about yourself that you didn’t suspect. It’s a great way to start the year, and you might want to share it with the rest of your team.
It’s being provided to you free of charge from the good folks at Baker Communications. They said to wish you a happy and successful new year.