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My Style & Current REACH Agility Zone

Advisor Style Details

Advisors are best recognised for being: Thinking-oriented and Task-focused. The key “markers” or behaviors of the Advisor Profile include:

  • Communicating with a reserved, formal style
  • Conflict-handling by identifying compromises
  • Delegating by "teaching" the suggested approach
  • Planning through methodical, detailed preparation
  • Learning with careful, step-by-step reflection

Interacting with the counselor

Try to:

  • Focus on building rapport
  • Emphasize relationships
  • Recognise personal interests

Avoid:

  • Rushing the conversation
  • Using an impersonal tone
  • Overlooking emotional impact

Interacting with the coach

Try to:

  • Focus on the big picture
  • Emphasize impact on people
  • Encourage brainstorming

Avoid:

  • Sharing unnecessary details
  • Limiting their feedback
  • Using an impersonal tone

Interacting with the advisor

Try to:

  • Focus on the details
  • Emphasize logic and rationale
  • Draw out specific concerns

Avoid:

  • Using emotional arguments
  • Offering vague expectations
  • Pushing for a conclusion

Interacting with the driver

Try to:

  • Focus on the bottom line
  • Emphasize results
  • Be clear and specific

Avoid:

  • Forcing personal small-talk
  • Controlling the conversation
  • Challenging their position

REACH Skills

Counseling Skills (Average: 3.00)

Coaching Skills (Average: 3.50)

Driving Skills (Average: 3.75)

Advising Skills (Average: 4.50)

My REACH Dimensions

Your strengths below indicate how you tend to approach people, tasks and situations. Recognizing and working to your strengths helps you enjoy life and work more, and to contribute more to the people around you.

As you continue to grow your REACH - that is your skills together with your self-awareness and situational awareness, you will learn new ways to adapt so that you can be more effective in more situations.

Relating Dimensions

I tend to be

Affiliation
More Independent
Consideration
More Objective
Openness
More Private
Status Motivation
More Contented
Self-protection
More Trusting

Achieving Dimensions

I tend to be

Intensity
More Intense
Assertiveness
More Reflective
Risk Tolerance
More Cautious
Adaptability
More Consistent
Decision-making
More Analytical

My Current REACH

My REACH
Quotient: 3.69

LEARNING CONTENT TO GROW MY REACH
Identifying personal needs
Building rapport
Working with a coach?

This Coaches Companion will give them useful tools and activities.

My REACH GROWTH

My REACH 360 Style and Agility Zone

Advisor Style Details

Advisors are best recognised for being: Thinking-oriented and Task-focused. The key “markers” or behaviors of the Advisor Profile include:

  • Communicating with a reserved, formal style
  • Conflict-handling by identifying compromises
  • Delegating by "teaching" the suggested approach
  • Planning through methodical, detailed preparation
  • Learning with careful, step-by-step reflection

Interacting with the counselor

Try to:

  • Focus on building rapport
  • Emphasize relationships
  • Recognise personal interests

Avoid:

  • Rushing the conversation
  • Using an impersonal tone
  • Overlooking emotional impact

Interacting with the coach

Try to:

  • Focus on the big picture
  • Emphasize impact on people
  • Encourage brainstorming

Avoid:

  • Sharing unnecessary details
  • Limiting their feedback
  • Using an impersonal tone

Interacting with the advisor

Try to:

  • Focus on the details
  • Emphasize logic and rationale
  • Draw out specific concerns

Avoid:

  • Using emotional arguments
  • Offering vague expectations
  • Pushing for a conclusion

Interacting with the driver

Try to:

  • Focus on the bottom line
  • Emphasize results
  • Be clear and specific

Avoid:

  • Forcing personal small-talk
  • Controlling the conversation
  • Challenging their position

REACH Skills 360

Counseling Skills (Average: 3.44)

Coaching Skills (Average: 4.25)

Driving Skills (Average: 4.08)

Advising Skills (Average: 4.62)

My REACH 360 Dimensions

As a leader and as a team member we contribute most when we play to our strengths and be our authentic self. However, adapting our natural style, to be more effective in different situations or working with different people helps us improve our performance as leaders, and therefore of our teams overall.

For example, is this a moment that I need to make a quick intuitive decision, or undertake careful and collaborative detailed analysis?

As you grow your REACH Skills and awareness you will learn how to maximise your strengths, and adjust as needed.

Relating Dimensions

I tend to be

Affiliation
More Independent
Consideration
More Objective
Openness
More Private
Status Motivation
More Contented
Self-protection
More Trusting

Achieving Dimensions

I tend to be

Intensity
More Intense
Assertiveness
More Reflective
Risk Tolerance
More Cautious
Adaptability
More Consistent
Decision-making
More Analytical

My Current REACH 360

My REACH 360
Quotient: 4.09

My REACH 360 Quotient change over time

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