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Communication Styles Case Study

Sally asks lots of questions to confirm the details of a project.

This annoys Tina who doesn’t know all the details yet and just wants to get moving on the project.

Doer Communication Style
Promoter Communication Style

John prefers to start meetings by asking about everyone’s weekend plans...

...while David fidgets impatiently waiting for the ‘real’ meeting to get started.

Challenger Communication Style
Supporter Communication Style

Susan offers what she thinks is a helpful suggestion. Unfortunately, her comments are misinterpreted by others on the team.

Everyone ends up frustrated because they know they can do better.

They just don't know how.

Team Communication Problems
Use Communication Styles 2.0 To Find Team Communication Styles

Team members use Communication Styles 2.0™ for Teams to uncover their natural communication styles.

Tina, David, and Sally find that they naturally tend toward focusing on the task at hand when they communicate.

Task Oriented Communication Styles
People Oriented Communication Styles

John and Sarah discover that their natural tendency is to focus on relationships at the beginning of the meeting.

The team also discovers that Tina, David, and John tend to focus on the big picture...

Big Picture Oriented Communication Styles
Details Oriented Communication Styles

... while Sally and Sarah focus on the details.

Now the team respects their differences and adapts to each other's natural tendencies.

Conflict is replaced by synergy and productivity.

Team Members Use Communication Styles Understand Each Other And Communicate Effectvely

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Communication Styles Case Study

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Because effective communication is the foundational skill that underlies all other skills, our mission is to create communication frameworks and strategies that individuals and teams can use to have a more positive and productive work environment even if they don't know what to do, have had difficulty changing in the past, or don't have much time so they can become a more effective, successful team.

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