Behavior is something everyone exhibits and how we get along with people is largely influenced by our behavior. Our temperaments, our reactions, how we see each other and how we see ourselves all play a role in developing our personal behavior style. While behaviors can be both internal and external, it is easier by focusing on external behaviors; behaviors that others can see and to which people can adapt. When putting together teams, taking into consideration behavior can help develop an optimal group. However, people do not always have the luxury of picking team members. The best participants can do is to learn how to adapt to other's behaviors and how to incorporate their own. According to Claudia Allison, the Process Development Engineer at Gel-Pak, "personality types should be seen as a pair of glasses with the glasses acting as our filters. The glasses allow us to see the behavior of others and we should learn to communicate in the best way possible for that behavioral type to understand".
In other words, team members need to adapt to others, in order to communicate effectively.
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