If you work with others, in one-on-one or team situations,
the more you know about your own behavior patterns,
and the more you can "flex" to those of your co-workers,
the more effective you will be.
Every recruting interview for professional workers stresses the importance of "soft skills" - the ability to work effectively with others.
Most training programs and books talk about the "what" of these skills. But few address the "how to".
The Competency Styles® program is all about soft skills "how to".
"Understand my behavior patterns in key areas."
"See if my behavior patterns are the same as,
or different from, the people I work with."
"Increase my skill repertoire, so that I can work effectively with more and more people."
"Develop smart habits, which kick in without conscious thought, so that I JUST behave effectively when I am working with others."
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This YouTube Video illustrates just 1 of 20 Competency Areas addressed in the Competency Styles® Core Work Books.
See if you can detect the diferences in the way that Helle and Innek make decisions when they are working as individuals.