Hope you heard this old saying that goes like this: “Everyone thinks they have taste and a sense of humor.”

But now that phrase should be adjusted to like this –“Everyone thinks they have taste, a sense of humor, and good communication skills.”

This is amazed at the number of people that have no idea how their Interaction Style is impacting their career. (you can take FREE quiz to know your style.)

If you’ve had an issue with a co-worker, boss, or client, trust me it is based on your Interaction Styles, More importantly, if you can’t seem to get the respect you want in your career, “reason” is your Interaction Style.

Find below 10 signs your Interaction Style is messing with your career:

Open-mouthed smileYou feel like no one is paying care to your requests at work.

Open-mouthed smileCoworkers have informal meetings without you and then tell you the results and how they directly impact your job.

Open-mouthed smileYour superior dismisses EVERY idea you present.

Open-mouthed smileCo-workers always agree with you when you voice your concerns, but then you hear they said something entirely different to your superior.

Open-mouthed smileYou have no close friends at the office.

Angry smileYou’ve been expressed you aren’t “management substantial” .

AnnoyedIndividuals get really quiet and don’t have any answers or comments when you speak.

Sick smileYou don’t get selected for any team projects or special tasks.

Nyah-NyahPeople love to tease you about how “honest” and “funny” and “blatant” you are at the office.

DevilYou’ve been fired.

What can you do about it?

It’s time you find a mentor or coach. You need to learn and correct:

A. Focus on The strengths and weaknesses of your style.

B. The best way to leverage your Interaction Style in your career.


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