Insight for adjusting your personal approach with others to make interactions more productive.
Everything you do relies on working well with others
Let’s get really good at it.
Doesn’t it seem like some managers and teams always make “it” happen, no matter what “it” is? They’ve mastered the secret to getting consistent, stellar results despite changing roles, goals, accountabilities, structures, or even new team members. They transform the stumbling blocks of conflict and misunderstanding into opportunities to accelerate their success. For these high-achievers, building and sustaining relationships is priority one. They understand that members of their team can go further together than they can alone.
The good news is that you, too, can leverage the power of relationships.
High-performing teams—the ones with great relationships—know each other at the core. But that doesn’t magically happen. They’ve done the hard work of understanding their differences and adjusting their personal approach because they care about their team and its outcomes.
Relationship Intelligence—insight into core motives and strengths—is a guide for making these adjustments, so people communicate in a style that their colleagues better understand.
Increase your RQ
The more you apply relationship intelligence (RQ) to your interactions, the easier relating and communicating becomes—even where connections haven’t been strong in the past.
RQ’s core insights help you to:
- Understand the past – because past experience doesn’t have to dictate future behavior.
- Learn to correctly interpret the present moment.
- Make future goals and targets more meaningful to people.
Recast the past
Master the moment
Co-create the future
Make it yours
Developing Relationship Intelligence, like any skill, takes practice. Our platform allows people to discover their own motives and strengths, compare them with others, and get real-time tips to improve their approach with others in meetings, messages, and conversations. Intelligent team views give insight into the culture of teams and organizations—and keep that insight top-of-mind so it can be applied to improve relationships. Everyday.