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‘s Basic or Natural Style
‘s Basic Style is .The Basic Style tends to represent a person's “natural” or “internal” state. It is the set of drives that affects how they view, interpret, and interact with the world. This is the part of a person that happens “in their head.” In most cases, only the person and the people very close to them will see this part of their behavioral style. The bar graph attempts to represent the relative intensity of each drive in this person's style blend.
The pie chart attempts to represent the “amount” of each trait that they tend to use or rely on as they interact with other people and interpret what they see and hear.
Percent of Each Style in ‘s Person's Motivations / Drives
The Adapted Style tends to represent the actual behaviors a person has learned to use to be most successful in the environment they were thinking about when they took the assessment. This is the part of them that is most visible to other people because this is the part that shows up in their behaviors (body language, facial expressions, tone, etc.) The bar graph attempts to represent the relative frequency with which they use each behavior style as they interact and work with others.
‘s Adapted or Environmental Style
The pie chart attempts to represent the percent of the time that they use each behavior style as they interact and work with others.
Percent of ‘s Behaviors Characterized by Each Style
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