Spy Games: How to Decode Personality Types to Boost Communication
Get ready to crack some codes. We’ll lead participants through an exercise to understand the lenses through which they (and others on the team) view the world—including personality type, background, time of day with the most energy, etc. We will demonstrate how having this understanding of ourselves and the team results in better communication and less friction. For example, a person who is motivated by understanding the facts will not connect as well if the conversation only examines actions to take. This type of person needs a few key facts for the actions to make sense. Someone who is more driven by emotion will need to have that understanding fulfilled. Understanding who we are as individuals and the team collectively allows us to achieve greater success.