What’s Your Unique Work Style

Posted on September 27, 2017

What’s Your Unique Work Style

What's Your Unique Work Style

Leverage what makes you unique.

Business teams come in many shapes and sizes, with vast differences in function, seniority, proximity and responsibilities. But they all have one thing in common: People. And every individual has a unique work style, which will affect – negatively or positively – the dynamics of a team. We’ve put together several resources on work-style factors, based on the detailed advice in the GlobeSmart ProfileSM, to help you navigate different work styles and build a positive, productive team.

Relationship-building for Career-building: Success starts with self-awareness

Are you looking to grow your professional network, but not sure the best way to build new relationships and network effectively? Join us on September 28 at 11 am ET / 8 am PT for a free webinar that will focus on how to best use and understand your work style to help boost your career and build stronger professional relationships.

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The key to unleashing the full creative potential of your team? It’s not what you think.

You might assume that you need to focus on getting your group of very different people on the same page, but that approach is misguided and will likely have the opposite effect. You need to make the differences work for you. Check out this short video to find out what that means.

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Don’t manage your people – manage their work styles

For team leaders, managing any size team can have its challenges – that’s why we developed this handy tip sheet to guide you through managing the many work styles on your team.
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The one thing you can do to get the best work from your team

To become a better leader, you may need to take a closer look at yourself and modify the way you interact with different work styles. Download our latest tip sheet to learn the steps to successful style switching.
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