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Using Social Styles in Groups

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A quick overview of the effective Social Styles model. Increase group performance by learning how to deal with Analysers, Drivers, Amiables and Expressives.

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Using Social Styles in Groups

  1. 1. Group 4<br />Social Styles<br />Professional Development<br />Fulltime MBA Group 4<br />Lars Crama<br />Susan Davis<br />Angela Fink <br />Timothy Mruttu<br />Sean Pienaar<br />Jaco Le Roux<br />NaushaadSuleman<br />
  2. 2. What is a social style?<br /> a social style is a “pervasive and enduring pattern of interpersonal behaviours” (Bolton & Bolton, 1984). <br />
  3. 3. The Social Styles Model is based on two dimensions of interactive behaviour…<br />assert iveness<br />responsiveness<br />Source: Darling, J. and Walker, W. 2001. Effective conflict management: Use of the behaviouralstyle model.<br />
  4. 4. …resulting in 4 social types<br />Driver (Action-oriented)<br />Strengths: Independent, forthright, efficient, pragmatic determined, decisive. <br />Weaknesses: Controling, dominating, insensitive. <br />Analyser (Process-oriented)<br />Strengths: Logical, dilligent, critical, systematic, prudent, serious. <br />Weaknesses: Demanding, tough, inflexible.<br />Amiable(People-oriented)<br />Strengths: Cooperative, loyal, supportive, diplomatic, easy-going, respectful, frienldy.<br />Weaknesses: Conforming, permissive.<br />Expressive(Idea-oriented)<br />Strengths: Imaginative, outoing, enthusiastic, excitable, spontaneous, persuasive. <br />Weaknesses: Undisciplined, unrealistic, disruptive.<br />Source: Darling, J. and Walker, W. 2001. Effective conflict management: Use of the behaviouralstyle model.<br />
  5. 5. We didn’t invent it…<br />but we like it! <br />
  6. 6. Get tested!<br /> “it only takes 5 minutes”<br />
  7. 7. Questions?<br />
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  10. 10. References<br />Bolton , R. and Bolton D. 1984. Social Style/Management Style. American Management Association: New York. <br />Darling, J. and Walker, W. 2001. Effective conflict management: Use of the behavioural style model, Leadership & Organisation Development Journal, 22(5) 3-17. Retrieved on 3 August 2009 from Emerald database. <br />Drucker, P. 1999. Managing oneself, Harvard Business Review, pp.65-74. Retrieved on 3 August 2009 from EBSCOHOST database. <br />Merrill, D. and Reid, R. 1981. Personal Styles and Effective Performance. Chilton Book Company: Radnor. <br />TRACOM. 2005. Multi-Rater Social Styles and Versatility Profile. Retrieved on 3 August 2009 from http://www.tracomcorp.com/training-products/profiles/profiles.html<br />TRACOM. 2006. Self-Perception Guide and Questionnaire. Retrieved on 3 August 2009 from http://www.tracomcorp.com/training-products/profiles/profiles.html<br />

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