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The Inaccessible Director Communicator Persona

Calculate your total score by adding the points for each answer choice. The persona with the highest score represents your dominant communication style.

Based on the selection of your answers, your score is null

and your preferred persona is "The Inaccessible Director"


Bridging the Gap: Communication Guide for Previously Inaccessible Directors

From Monologue to Dialogue: Shifting Gears in Team Meetings:

a. Move from "information dumps" to interactive sessions: Instead of lengthy presentations, consider shorter updates followed by Q&A sessions or breakout discussions where team members can share ideas and insights.

b. Actively solicit feedback: Don't be afraid to ask direct questions like: "What are your biggest concerns about this project?" or "Do you have any suggestions for improvement?"

c. Practice active listening:  Dedicate time during meetings to hear from your team. Use verbal and non-verbal cues to show engagement, like nodding, summarizing what you've heard, and avoiding distractions.


Encouraging Open Communication & Collaboration:

a. Lead by example: Actively share your own ideas and thought processes, but also acknowledge that you don't have all the answers.

b. Foster a safe space for sharing: Encourage team members to respectfully disagree, propose alternative solutions, and participate in problem-solving.

c. Develop clear communication channels: Utilize multiple communication platforms like email, internal platforms, or instant messaging tools to ensure accessibility add information flow.


First-Rate MaterialsBuilding Stronger Relationships Through One-on-Ones:

a. Schedule regular one-on-one meetings with team members: This allows you to get to know them better on a personal and professional level, and provide a platform for open dialogue.

b. Shift your focus: These meetings are not just performance reviews. Focus on career development, addressing concerns, and understanding individual goals.

c. Actively listen and provide constructive feedback: Express your appreciation for their contributions and offer development suggestions in a supportive and encouraging way.

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