Platinum Rule Behavioral Style: Assessment Outcome

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Create a Plan for Positive Influence Paper
Kevin Sanderson
October 18, 2010
Lawrence Hibbard

Create a Plan for Positive Influence Paper
Working in a team environment requires that each team member be motivated to complete the tasks at hand in an efficient and effective manner. Member performance is normally proportionate to satisfaction. Bases for this winning combination can be derived from self assessments such as The Platinum Rule Behavioral Style Assessment and team collaborations. The outcome of such assessments and collaborations are instrumental in the positive influence of teamwork both in school and workplace environments. Often teams are assigned large projects to work on and the attitudes, values, emotions, and personalities of the members are direct attributes of the projects success or failure. A plan to promote a positive environment is the first step of ensuring team success.

The Platinum Rule Behavioral Style Assessment identifies four styles of behavior: dominance (the need to control and the need to achieve), interactive (thrive on the admiration, acknowledgment, and compliments), steadiness (warm, supportive, and nurturing individuals), and cautious (analytical, persistent, and systematic problem solvers) (Alessandra, 2010). Each style includes four sub-styles:

Dominance-director, adventurer, producer, pioneer
Interactive-socializer, helper, impresser, enthusiast
Steadiness-relater, specialist, go-getter, harmonizer
Cautious-thinker, master-minder, assessor and perfecter
Each sub-style has its own motivators, which will be addressed later.
When each team member has identified his or her individual style and sub-style, the team can collaborate to see who is best for what role and find the right dynamics for the team. It is found that for some,...
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