Your SOI Snapshot: Style of Influence (SOI) = 4334,
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The results of your SOI provide a description of the profile that comes from
your SOI. The profile explains the dynamic interaction that takes place between
all four SOI scales (cognitive, relational, goal-achievement, and detail).
Each scale measures a critical factor of influence. In summary, the four scales
COGNITIVE STYLE - HOW I EVALUATE MY WORLD ON A THINKING LEVEL.
RELATIONAL STYLE - HOW I RELATE TO OTHERS.
GOAL ACHIEVEMENT STYLE - HOW I RELATE TO OTHERS IN ACCOMPLISHING
Take Charge Supportive Designers
need to lead. They will find themselves moving to positions of influence in any
organization. They desire to influence others through the accomplishment of a
vision. They will motivate and stimulate others and many times will be the
central force in a group. They are both creative and supportive. They have a
strong drive to accomplish a task and will make sure the details are done right.
Take Charge Supportive Designers are catalysts for others' actions. They enjoy
influencing others and, usually, are strongly motivated to help others achieve.
They desire responsiveness from others regarding their ideas. They will not
tolerate, in the long run, not being used by their superiors. They will
naturally seek out a position of influence. Under pressure, they can become
manipulative or demanding. They perceive this as a strong commitment to the task
while others perceive it as being too forceful. Take Charge Supportive Designers
are people who combine intuitive abilities with an awareness of the importance
of accomplishing a task. They are most effective when they are given an
opportunity to lead and influence others. They will usually do well controlling
their own schedules. At times they may get too many irons in the fire.
an analyzer of data
may be too dominating
may try to control details too much
may not anchor ideas with practical understanding
YOUR MOTIVATIONAL DISTORTION
Your Motivational Distortion Score: 9
You were probably not motivated to make yourself appear better or worse.
This scale basically looks for any motivational distortion. If you scored 16 or
higher, you were probably motivated for some reason to make yourself appear
worse than you actually are. If you scored 7 or below, however, you were
probably motivated to make yourself appear better than you actually are. A
person who wants to appear in a good light (for instance, the leader of a
group), could understandably be scoring 7 or below. The individual will have to
evaluate himself/herself whether he/she may have been subtly motivated to score