Temperament In Business

“He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened.”
~Lao Tzu

 

WHY IS TEMPERAMENT-IN-BUSINESS HIGHLY VALUED KNOWLEDGE?

Your foundation for any successful endeavor is to know what temperament-in-business involves, as the necessary foundation for your actions and activities.  The foundation for the coaching professionALS is self-awareness and trusting the intuitive knowing that guides your life journey. Knowing yourself is the ultimate goal of anyone in any helping profession, and even more important for a new coach, mentor, trainer, or guide.

The Pew Research Center conducted a poll using the Organizational Assessment Survey among employed workers. I was not surprised to find that some major employees’ complaints included lack of communication, lack of appreciation, and feeling overworked and underpaid. When a manager played favorites, or micromanaged competent workers, it is the manager who has the problem most of the time. Why?  The employer or manager is not aware or does not take into account how temperament-in-business affects the performance of employees. For example, a support staffer like a secretary, writer, or researcher has an emotional temperament value to be appreciated. The typical executive or CEO, formerly called a Type A or achiever temperament-in-business could have the tendency to not appreciate others, and it is not always a deliberate action. Their focus is more on the tasks before them than the people who do the work. This situation is an instant problem that stems from a clashing temperament-in-business.

KNOWiNG YOURSELF SO YOU CAN EMPATHIZE WITH OTHERS

Knowing yourself includes the following points, and they are the same points that you will help clients and customers discover.

1. Core temperament-in-business tendencies that show how you interact with people, environments, information, and tasks, to name a few.

2. Your values, which color how you think, and the choices you make

3. Your strengths

4. What challenges you

5. What skills could you develop to be an authority in your field?

KNOWING YOUR TEMPERAMENT-IN-BUSINESS INVOLVES HOW YOU

Perceive and interact with the world
Deal with the environment
Respond to people
Identify your stress levels
Manage your stressors
Manage your thoughts
Deal with your emotions
Perceive your self-worth
Clarify your values

THE BENEFITS ARE NUMEROUS FOR YOUR BUSINESS SUCCESS

First, become clear about what you can offer potential clients and ensure that you attract the clientele you can serve best. You learn to manage your life as a model for other to emulate. You identify the skills you need to be the best coach. Also, you become an aware, motivated individual who learns not to judge yourself, and thereby not to judge your customers.

By acknowledging your strengths, you can identify what you offer a customer. By accepting your challenges in an honest way, you help your customers recognize their shortcomings or challenges. Most likely your customers know this already.

By accepting your challenges in an honest way, you help your customers recognize their shortcomings or challenges. Most likely your customers know this already, but open communication relieves pressures to perform.

You establish an inner sense of presence that others define as charisma. That energy of influence is vital to building lasting relationships and ensuring your temperament-in-business success. You can develop a plan for self-growth, that is, a plan of personal awareness and acceptance, and develop your skills to perfect your coaching style. From your personal experiences, you will speak with truth a client recognizes. Authenicity could be the best result that closes the sale when you honor your temperament and allow customers the same opportunity.

NEXTREAD PART TWO

 

Final-Logo-copy-e1456846810131

Do You Want Freebies, News, Research and Blog Articles?

Temperament Essentials

Enter your email and stay on top of things,                 

Subscribe!