Foundations of Style: Behavior and the Bottom Line


Using the Social Styles model as the foundation, this workshop provides an introduction to four personal tendencies: Analytical, Driver, Amiable, and Expressive. Through this awareness, participants are more prepared to understand, and adjust, when interacting with others.

While it is true that “we are who we are”, the ability to adapt our style of communicating and interacting is essential for achieving the results we desire.

Designed For:

Anyone wanting to influence and get results with others. This critical skill topic applies to people at all levels and across diverse organizations (it’s also useful to apply in one’s personal life) who want to improve communication and interpersonal effectiveness. If you, like many others, want to figure out how to more effectively interact with people, this session is for you!

Learning Outcomes:

  • Identify your personal style and tendencies
  • Characterize all four styles to be able to recognize the tendencies of others around you
  • Recognize the importance of adapting your style for improved effectiveness and productivity
  • Build a plan for applying your style knowledge to a current situation back in the workplace

Materials Required:

  • Computer with Internet access
  • A PowerPoint presentation and PDF handouts will be distributed to participants prior to the webinar.

Facilitator Bio:

Your webinar facilitator, Sue Cooney, is an independent learning and performance consultant who partners within the public and private sector to plan, administer, and evaluate interventions that help drive accountability, develop employees, grow leadership at all levels, strengthen performance, and reinforce learning throughout the organization. Prior to entering the training and organizational development field, Sue spent 15 years in small and large business with responsibility for  sales, marketing, management, training, new business start up, and customer service.

Sue’s primary focus is critical skills, where she has developed and taught a variety of courses such as leadership and supervision, communication, time and meetings management, performance management, and service excellence. In addition to development and facilitation, Sue is performance and career coach, certified Social Styles facilitator, and Appreciative Inquiry facilitator.

Sue’s education includes a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration and Marketing from Towson University and a Masters Degree in Business Administration from the University of Baltimore. Sue is currently completing the research phase of her Doctorate Degree in Educational Leadership… More>

Additional Information:

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