How Many Communication Styles Are There?

There are twenty-one communication styles.

It is important to have more than just four or five communication styles because people are unique and rarely fit neatly into just four or five styles.

There Are 21 Communication Styles

Our research shows that there are twenty-one communication styles.

It is important to have more than just four or five communication styles because having only four or five minimizes individuality and forces people into narrow categories.

This is why the Communication Styles 2.0™ model has twenty-one communication styles divided into four primary motivations. Having twenty-one communication styles styles allows you to accurately detect important subtle communication differences between different people and groups.

There are twelve primary communication styles and nine additional blended styles.

The Twelve Primary Communication Styles

The Doer – The primary interest of a Doer when communicating is to get things done.
The Motivator – The primary interest of a Motivator when communicating is working with people to get things done.
The Challenger – The primary interest of a Challenger when communicating is making sure that things get done right.
The Persuader – The primary interest of a Persuader when communicating is getting people to adopt their ideas.
The Promoter – The primary interests of a Promoter when communicating are people and fun.
The Influencer – The primary interest of an Influencer when communicating is building and maintaining relationships.
The Counselor – The primary interest for a Counselor Style when communicating is building and maintaining relationships while minimizing mistakes and problems.
The Supporter –     The primary interests of a Supporter when communicating are relationships and avoiding conflict.
 The Investigator – The primary interest of an Investigator when communicating is finding answers.
The Perfectionist – The primary interest of a Perfectionist when communicating is making sure that things are right.
The Analyzer – The primary interests of the Analyzer when communicating are facts and data.
 The Solver – The main interest of a Solver when communicating is to make sure that plans are made and solutions are implemented.
There Are 21 Communication Styles

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What Is A Communication Style?

What Is A Communication Style?

A Communication Style is a person’s communication patterns and preferences they use in a wide variety of situations.

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Communication Styles Can Change

Do Communication Styles Change?

Communication styles change in response to roles and situations. Find out how and where communication styles change and how to adapt to these situations.

Find Your Communication Style Now

Find Your Communication Style Now!

Your Communication Styles 2.0™ Personal Insight Report reveals your communication style so that you are aware of your natural communication tendencies and how they impact how you communicate with other people.

Our Mission

Because effective communication is the foundational skill that underlies all other skills, our mission is to create frameworks and strategies that anyone can use to quickly become a more effective communicator regardless of their background or current skill level.

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