SOCIAL STYLE®: Working In Teams

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Working In Teams

Some teams just seem to “click,” while others struggle to work with each other. While some teams perform well above expectations, other teams deliver lackluster performance. What makes the difference between highly engaged, creative and productive teams, and those who seem stuck in procrastination, status-quo or internal sabotage? It is the ability to recognize and adapt to each other’s’ unique SOCIAL STYLEs.

TRACOM’s SOCIAL STYLE Model can teach your teams to:
  • Recognize and value each others’ communication styles
  • Understand others’ likely reactions to stress or adversity
  • Determine which team roles or tasks will resonate most with each member
  • Reach mutual understandings in team conflicts
  • Coach and support each other towards personal success

More effective teams results in a stronger bottom line by increasing efficiency and productivity throughout entire departments. Participating in an effective team can also increase employee engagement and job satisfaction, leading to the same positive effect for an entire organization. With SOCIAL STYLE training, team development efforts can finally reach their full potential.

Working in Teams Research and Resources

Individual Contributors & SOCIAL STYLE Video

Savvy organizations equip their people with the tools to work productively with different people across a variety of workplace situations. This video discusses the benefits and outcomes of SOCIAL STYLE training for individual contributors and general audiences.

Working in Teams Research and Resources

Rater Research Study on Versatility

Research shows that individuals who score high in Versatility demonstrate greater success in key workplace skills like managing conflict, developing positive relationships, and communicating effectively with others. This study, along with others, provides a measure of the value of Versatility.

Working in Teams Research and Resources

Social Style and Five Dysfunctions Whitepaper

Given the proven importance of teamwork, why do so many people complain about their teams? In his book, “The Five Dysfunctions of a Team,” Patrick Lencioni outlines five common pitfalls that prevent teams from achieving their full capabilities. The SOCIAL STYLE Model provides an ideal platform that serves as a starting point for solving the Five Dysfunctions.

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