What are Adapted Behaviors?

Publisher: TTI Success Insights

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What are Adapted Behaviors?

In order to succeed, you must adapt your behavior. Said another way, you must adjust the way you act. Why? To achieve organizational goals. In our experience (and having working with millions of people around the globe), the best leaders effectively adapt on the job so fluently, that you'd barely notice the difference in their actions. Leaders adapt to communicate more effectively with team members on the team member's terms. That's right, it's about the individuals on the team, not the leader. In order to harness the power of these behavioral changes, you must understand the what and why behind the behavioral adaption. Check out the infographic below for more information.