An understanding of the “personality types” of your team members can be useful for avoiding conflict and promoting effective collaboration among your team members, who may differ in the way they perceive and organize information, communicate, and make decisions.
People view the world differently. They differ in the way they:
Perceive and organize information
Understanding the differences is critical to leading a team successfully. Differences in team members’ personal styles are often at the root of conflicts or misunderstandings. If the Project Leader and team members recognize this fact, such conflicts can be more easily resolved and pose less difficulty to the team’s performance.