Decision Making Styles

Info on decision making styles

Identifying Interaction Styles and Relating To Others

Are you getting the most out of the “red book”, Understanding Yourself and Others, an Introduction to Interaction Styles 2.0, when you use it to help clients clarify their best-fit Interaction Style?  Are you using the material in the book to the best advantage?

Here are some suggestions for using the book to help clients identify Interaction Styles and relate to others...

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Clarifying Interaction Styles Self-Discovery

Are you getting the most out of the “red book”, Understanding Yourself and Others, an Introduction to Interaction Styles 2.0, when you use it to help clients clarify their best-fit Interaction Style?  Are you using the material in the book to the best advantage?

 Here are some suggestions for using the book to help clients clarify their Interaction Style:

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Facilitating Interaction Styles Self-Discovery

Are you getting the most out of the “red book”, Understanding Yourself and Others, an Introduction to Interaction Styles 2.0, when you use it to help your clients discover their best-fit Interaction Style?  Are you using the material in the book to the best advantage?

Here are some suggestions for using the book to facilitate basic self-discovery:   more »

Agendas for Change

Connections have been made to temperament and change in Donna Dunning’s book, Quick Guide to the Four Temperaments and Change 3.0 and these really make sense to me. I’ve been puzzling over what the Interaction Styles model would predict about change.  Then it hit me…the movement tendency that is favored by each Interaction Style would give us some insight.  more »