Global organizations striving for competitive advantage are increasingly incorporating the use of high-performance teams to deploy complex business strategies. The major advantages are the diversity of knowledge, ideas and tools contributed by team members, and the camaraderie among members.
If you watch what they do and listen to what they say over time, I think they give us a pretty good picture of their personality and attitudes.
I know that is a sweeping generality, but I think it holds true in most people. The key is do you know how to read or are you illiterate? And it matters that you know, because how you work with knowledge about personality is entirely different than how you work with knowledge about attitudes.
Personalities are relatively stable.
We are who we are. It also helps you understand others to know something about their personality — knowledge that you can use to guide YOUR behavior.
And your own behavior is the thing you have the most control over at work. Attitudes, on the other hand, are subject to change. We want to change attitudes because of the belief that attitudes influence behavior. If you can identify the specific attitude working in your constituent, then you can take specific action to change that attitude with the hope of getting a specific behavior as a result.
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