This report is designed to help other people improve communications with you. Your personalized report contains the following chapters:
Who Am I?: A quick snapshot view into who this person is.
How to Talk to Me: Specific tips on how to better communicate and talk with this person.
Essential Motivator: This person's core psychological needs, values, and talents
Communication Quick Tips: Advice for effective communication with this person based on their essential motivator.
Barriers & Challenges to Success: Situations or personality features that might get in the way of successful professional interactions with this person.
Motivating Words: Word choices than have help you have more effective interactions with this person.
Interaction Style: How this person tends to express themselves to others.
Interaction Mistakes to Avoid: How to avoid or deescalate difficult situations with this person.
Start by telling about the vision and what Beth’s intellectual contribution to advance the vision is or could be. Present options.
Establish credibility quickly. Be convincing. Recognise theoretical knowledge and competence. Remember that focus on problem solving is important.
Talk about concepts and themes and clarify correlations and context. Avoid too many details unless Beth requests this.
Be future-oriented. Talk about the opportunities for strategic progress and improvement of the current structures – especially in the long run.
Acknowledge proposals about new and different ways of doing things. Try not to reject ideas too fast. Give autonomy. Ask open-ended questions.
Present exciting challenges to conquer. View questions and critique as a contribution to a better analysis and a better strategy. Be prepared to argue. Beth appreciates a good debate.
Be objective, systematic, logical, analytical and straightforward in your communication. Do not soften your message. Tell it like it is.
Appreciate Beth’s ability to think outside the box and challenge the existing notions. Acknowledge results and “intellectual mastery”.
Beth wants knowledge and to be competent, to achieve mastery. Beth seeks expertise to understand how the world and things in it work. She is theory oriented. Beth sees everything as conditional and relative. She is oriented to the infinite. She trusts logic and reason. She wants to have a rationale for everything. She is skeptical. Beth thinks in terms of differences, delineating categories, definitions, structures, and functions. She has a hunger for precision, especially in thought and language. Usually Beth is skilled at long-range planning, inventing, designing, and defining. Generally she is calm. Beth fosters individualism. She frequently gravitates toward technology and the sciences. She tends to be well suited for engineering and devising strategy, whether in the social sciences or physical sciences.
Beth's core needs are for mastery of concepts, knowledge, and competence. She wants to understand the operating principles of the universe and to learn or even develop theories for everything. Beth values expertise, logical consistency, concepts, and ideas and seeks progress. She tends toward pragmatic, utilitarian actions with a technology focus. She trusts logic above all else. Beth tends to be skeptical and highly value precision in language. Beth's learning style is conceptual, and she wants to know the underlying principles that generate the details and facts rather than the details alone.
Based on preferences for taking in information.
Beth's theme is getting the best result possible. She focuses on understanding and working with the process to create a positive outcome. Beth sees value in many contributions and consults outside inputs to make an informed decision. Beth aims to integrate various information sources and accommodates differing points of view. She approaches others with a quiet, calm style that may not show her strong convictions. Producing, sustaining, defining, and clarifying are all ways she supports a group's process. Beth typically has more patience than most with the time it takes to gain support through consensus for a project or to refine the result.