That's My Style
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That's My Style

Social and Communication Styles For Everyone
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Last updated 2/2014
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  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
By the end of this course you will understand the 4 universal social and communication styles that everyone falls into.
By the end of this course you will know how to flex your style to improve your personal and professional communication style at work or in social situations.
By the end of this course you will understand how those around you who have different style preferences, prefer to give and receive information.
By the end of the course you will be able to deal with situations that might have caused conflict in a very different manner.
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Requirements
  • You need a computer as this program is all videos. Access to a printer would be great so you can work through the material with the handouts provided.
Description

In this course the learner will understand the 4 basic styles of communication, social interaction and how all people have preferences in their personal presentation styles.

The learner will get to assess their own style and that of their friends & colleagues from observation and pastbehaviouralhistory. This program is presented in a fun and interesting manner, however the applications of this learning are significant.

The learner will find out their personal preferences and will understand how to approach people and situations differently for maximum impact. The learner will discover how to adjust their approach to the various styles to ensure their message and needs are met.

Not only will the learner come away with a fresh perspective on their personal style but will also understand how others preferences impact them.

This is an ideal team building or project team program, as research and experience show that the perfect team has all four types present and each type brings strengths to the group.

We will look at the four styles in detail, how they like to communicate, how they like to give and receive information, and how they like to process information.

This program is in 7 modules that have video to teach the program and handouts to support the learner. Each module will run about 15 minutes and the assessment takes approximately 10 minutes.

Who is the target audience?
  • People who are interested in self development.
  • People who are interested in developing stronger interpersonal relationships.
  • People who are interested in being successful at work, socially and in relationships.
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 13 Lectures Collapse All 13 Lectures 01:42:16
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My First Section
1 Lecture 04:43

This is the introductory part of the course where I introduce the concept of styles and look at the purpose of understanding social and communication styles in the workplace, home, community and other any other environment where there is more than one person.

Preview 04:43
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What Makes Up the 4 Social and Communication Styles
5 Lectures 32:20

This is a brief introduction of the why social and communication styles is important. The uses and opportunities of understanding how different styles make connections and respond very differently. Knowing your preferences and the style preferences of others gives you a great advantage in the workplace, community, social group and any other place you chose to use these techniques.

Preview 08:43

This video looks closely at the Driver's style of operating. There is a handout that supports the video. You will learn how adapt your style for maximum effectiveness if you are a driver as well as learn how to respond less personally to the dramatic driver style.

Driver Style
06:16

This video looks closely at the Expressive's style of operating. There is a handout that supports the video. You will learn how to adapt your style for maximum effectiveness if you are a expressive as well as learn how to respond less personally to the flamboyant expressive style.

Expressive Style
05:31

This video looks closely at the amiable style of operating. There is a handout that supports the video. You will learn how to adapt your style for maximum effectiveness if you are a driver as well as learn how to respond less personally to the reserved amiable style.

Amiable Style
05:56

This video looks closely at the Analytical's style of operating. There is a handout that supports the video. You will learn how to adapt your style for maximum effectiveness if you are a driver as well as learn how to respond less personally to the perfectionists analytical style.

Analytical Style
05:54
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Assessing Your Own Style and The Style of Those Around You!
1 Lecture 15:58

This session provides the actual assessment tool to determine your own style, but also of those around you. We will walk through the questionnaire, the scoring and how to place your score on the 16 expanded grid. At the end of this session you will be very clear where you fit on the social and communication style continumm. I have gone through the assessment tool line by line to ensure clarity in answering and scoring your assessment.

Time to Look At Your Own Preferences - Assessment Tool
15:58
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How to Use This Information - Next Steps
4 Lectures 23:37

This video gives advanced knowledge of the driver style in relation to the other 3 styles. It becomes more evident as to how the interaction between all four styles could be fraught with issues if there is not understanding and adapting. There is more information on flexing techniques for drivers. Supplementary material gives the learner the opportunity to take notes right on the pages given.

Expanded details on the Driver Style
06:16

This video gives advanced knowledge of the expressive style in relation to the other 3 styles. It becomes more evident as to how the interaction between all four styles could be fraught with issues if there is not understanding and adapting. There is more information on flexing techniques for expressives. Supplementary material gives the learner the opportunity to take notes right on the pages given.

Expanded details on the Expressive Style
05:31

This video gives advanced knowledge of the aimiable style in relation to the other 3 styles. It becomes more evident as to how the interaction between all four styles could be fraught with issues if there is not understanding and adapting. There is more information on flexing techniques for aimiables. Supplementary material gives the learner the opportunity to take notes right on the pages given.

Expanded details on the Aimiable Style
05:56

This video gives advanced knowledge of the analytical style in relation to the other 3 styles. It becomes more evident as to how the interaction between all four styles could be fraught with issues if there is not understanding and adapting. There is more information on flexing techniques for analyticals Supplementary material gives the learner the opportunity to take notes right on the pages given.

Expanded details for the Analytical Style
05:54
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Practicing Your Styles
1 Lecture 12:01

In this session we will look in detail at the strengths and weaknesses of each style and how that impacts communication and inter-personal relationships. I have provided a 4 step plan and worksheet to help you structure your learning. The learner is strongly encouraged to practice flexing your preferences in selected situations so you can assess and make adjustments through your learning. Using this method you will achieve mastery quicker.

Practicing Your Style
12:01
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Summary and Conclusion
1 Lecture 13:37

You are now finished. This session is a summary of the course and final insights into the value of learning about your styles and the styles of others. In this final session we talk about how each style reacts uniquely to pressure and how to recognize when someone is behaving outside their preferences and habitual behavior. Many conflicts can be avoided using this information.

Wrapping Up
13:37
About the Instructor
MBA, CHRP, PCC, CEC Judy Mackenzie
3.5 Average rating
2 Reviews
115 Students
2 Courses
Mindset Expert and Entrepreneur Coach

I have been a recovering executive within the high tech industry for over 6 years now. In that time I have a business coach while writing a business planning book. I have been continually updating my skills in the social media area through a series of online and live courses. I have studied with the best internet marketers in the US and run a series of small businesses online. I have now added Udemy to my list of things I am doing.

My love of information and technology drives me to continually challenge my thinking and services all the time. To Learn is to Live.