“I’ve personally found the BrainStyles concept to open a rich, untapped resource of diversity within our work group. The rewards were definitely worth the time and energy investment.” – Tom A. Muccio, Vice President, Procter & Gamble Worldwide
Knowing how your colleagues tick is very important in developing roles and responsibilities within your team. It is also essential when attempting to influence a team member to act in a certain way or perform a task. Being able to identify your employees BrainStyle can increase your managerial productivity and make your team more effective as a whole. Learn more about the four BrainStyles below:
Conciliators are heavily focused on right brain thinking and have a tendency to live in the moment. With that being said, they respond more emotionally than analytically to new situations. They are creative, responsive, and extraordinarily inventive. Conciliators are the absolute best at interpersonal relationships and thrive meeting new people. They love networking online or in person and could talk for days. They’re great when it comes to new situations and cope well with challenges. The downfall of the Conciliator is that they need constant reassurance that they’re doing a good job to keep them motivated. A project can quickly go sour if they don’t get the recognition and support that they need.