Are you a Relating Leader?
We are talking about DISC and how the various DISC styles show up in your leadership and on your team. There are eight behavioral segments that we are going over one-by-one each week. Use the following information to give your team members a clear understanding and appreciation of the diverse individuals on your team.
What is the RELATER Behavioral Segment?
Relaters (I/S) tend to take time, think positively, and are focused on interpersonal relationships. They make up 20.08% of the population.
These individuals bring great value to your team, including:
- Being a team player
- Building strong relationships
- Having a positive sense of humor
Relaters are more people-oriented than task-oriented and they tend to move at a moderate pace, neither fast nor slow.
Some Words that Work for Relaters are:
And, some Words that Don’t Work for Relaters are:
Is this you? Who do you have on your team who behaves this way? Do you have a clear understanding and appreciation of team members like this? Are these characteristics present or missing from your team? Do they or would they benefit the team? Are you as the leader doing things that energize or create unnecessary friction for these members of your team?
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