Developing Your 'Adaptitude'

Gorski, Ted
May 2010
Business NH Magazine;May2010, Vol. 27 Issue 5, p42
The article discusses the four personality differences in the workplace that managers must consider when communicating. It notes that individuals can be aggressive or assertive, a good analyzer, socializer, and mediator. It also provides tips for managers on how to deal with the above-mentioned personalities such as talking them in private and giving praises in a simpler manner.


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