Cluster 1 - Being a Team Player Part B

The 4 types of team members you can hire
Read information on the difference between productive and destructive people
Destructive
Destructive people or organisations are motivated by high levels of insecurity and fear and are driven by self-preservation. They reflect this through high avoidance, impacting on others by draining their energy and holding them back. They have a high need for control which micro manages others and restricts their performance, are highly oppositional which is about cutting people down rather than building them up, and they are highly dependent which is about expecting others to carry the weight of responsibility. People in the destructive space play the victim, blame others and make excuses. In my experience people in this space are very fixed and without strong commitment is it is very hard to shift the behaviour as there are deep seeded insecurities driving them.
Productive
Productive people are generally motivated to get things done or work co-operatively with others however they don’t fully value their talents and abilities. Whilst they are productive, they are not being the best they can be. These people are solid employees who are either good at getting a result or good at building a co-operative environment at work. The gap for productive people is that they often don’t channel their energy in the right places and they often have a high personal cost in terms of what they personally sacrifice get things done or fit in. They are trying to do the right thing but have not yet aligned their personal aspirations with where they channel their energy. They reflect this in their behaviour through high perfectionism, a need for external validation, needing to fit in, or needing to keep others happy. From my experience with commitment, a good mentor, the right environment and the right personal development, people in this space can make great strides into the constructive space.

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* 1. Name one  trait of the "Performer"

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* 2. Name one  trait of the "Highly effective Doer"

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* 3. Name one  trait of the "Less Effective Doer"

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* 4. Name one  trait of the "Potential Trouble Source"

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* 5. Name one  trait of the "Suppressive Person"

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