mercredi 11 novembre 2020

Personality / leadership typology patterns (outil)

The notion of soft skills is believed  to have appeared in US army documents in the 60's.

Concomitantly, several research on personality / leadership were conducted in American universities.

Some of these research have given birth to methods and practices which have been the initial assets to create leadership training / editing companies. 

In most of these methods, a key element might be pointed out : it is a typology of personality / leadership styles which is conveyed through a pattern.

Below is a gamified introduction towards these patterns / methods / companies. You are welcome to answer to the question by clicking on buttons.

For Pattern (i), who is the author/owner : 

  • William Moulton Marston (1893 – 1947), American psychologist [1] 
  • Everything Disc, a Wiley brand [2] 
  • The Ken Blanchard Companies [3]
  • Geier Learning International [4] 
  • The Center for Leadership Studies [5]
  • a Vietnamese French management consultant and designer.

Pattern 1 : "Delegating, Supporting, Coaching, Directing" : 











Pattern 2 : "Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, Conscientiousness"











Pattern 3 : "Delegate, Influence, Support, Command"











Pattern 4 : "Directive, Interactive, Supportive, Corrective"











Pattern 5 : "Delegating, Participating, Selling, Telling"











Pattern 6 : "Dominance, Inducement, Submission, Compliance"












 

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Moulton_Marston
[2] https://www.kenblanchard.com/
[3] https://www.everythingdisc.co.uk/
[4] http://www.geierlearning.com
[5] https://situational.com/
[6] Management stratégique du copyright : le cas "Leadership situationnel", X-Propriété-Intellectuelle  (post in French)
[7] A genuine interpretation of DISC : DISC Governance, Gouvernance numérique de l'entreprise créative

 

About the technology of this post

[8] The technology use for the gamification of the post is an HTML5 piece of code released in 2014 under open source by Tru Do-Khac (X 79, author  and producer of this gamified post). 

The code was added to Blogger of Google to build the Personal MOOC, a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) to edit and produce on line training modules. In January 2015, the Personal MOOC was elected Trophée IT Innovation Forum by the members of a community of 3000 + French IT Managers (CRIP) [a].

 
[a] 5ème IT innovation Forum : le digital à l’honneur, Tristan Karache, iTpro.fr, 30 janvier 2015 (post in French)

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