#43 - Would you describe yourself as go-with-the-flow, visionary, easygoing, creative, and maybe a little petty? It’s possible you’re a Yellow. This episode marks the start of a 4-part series where Shane deep dives into the characteristics and behaviours of each of the four cognitive colours; Yellow, Green, Blue, and Red. Here, learn what makes a Yellow tick both at work and at home, strategies for self-development (if you are a Yellow), and tips for leaders to provide their Yellow team members with an experience that will leave them feeling empowered and fulfilled.
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- [02:00] Chatting about Substack and email marketing.
- [05:30] Shane’s favourite ChatGPT plugins.
- [07:30] Introducing this new series.
- [09:00] What makes someone a Yellow?
- [13:30] What is a Yellow like at work?
- [15:15] How does a Yellow communicate?
- [16:30] When we’ll switch to our secondary colours.
- [18:00] What role does a Yellow play in a team setting?
- [19:30] How Yellows handle problem-solving.
- [22:40] How a Yellow’s tendency to focus on the positive influences decision-making.
- [26:40] How Yellows contribute to managing change in an organization.
- [27:40] When a Yellow doesn’t follow-through on something, do they feel bad?
- [29:30] What situations or environments are particularly stressful for a Yellow?
- [33:20] What is a Yellow like as a leader?
- [36:10] Famous Yellow leaders.
- [36:40] How to manage a Yellow.
- [39:35] Areas Yellows should focus on for self-development.
- [41:30] How does a Yellow influence the dynamics at home?
- [43:35] How Yellows handle conflicts.
- [45:15] How Yellows contribute to problem solving in a family.
- [46:45] What role does a Yellow play in a family change?
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