What are your preferred ways of making decisions – by yourself and when you work in groups? How to you prefer to act once a decision has been made with working with others?
By working through this Competency Styles™ work book, you will see that people are both ‘like’ and ‘unlike’ you when it comes to decision making.
Insight into your decision making behaviors will dramatically increase your ability to get ‘things’ done, whenever you work with others, or interact with them socially.
Self-awareness, and insight into the preferred behavior patterns of others, is the key to interpersonal effectiveness at work and in your ‘away from work’ personal life.
Yet few people are aware of their decision making preferences, and when they often seem to in conflict with others, when you both have the same objectives.
Insight into your own, and others’, preferred decision making behavior can eliminate ‘decision making style differences, conflict from your life, and allow you to with the content resolution that leads to greater personal and joint creativity.
The work book has only one purpose: increase your self-awareness when it comes to decision making.