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Marketing Principles, Concepts and Tools Assignment: Social Style Survey Learning Objectives • Identify your social style after completing the survey • Apply the results of the survey to a per... sonal reflection of agreement or disagreement Due Date Please submit your assignment by Monday, July 6th at 11:59 PM (AZ time). Assignment Overview Use the questionnaire and the chart on the next page to assess your social style. Total your score on assertiveness and divide by 15. Total your score on responsiveness and divide by 15. Then plot the two averages on the chart. After you complete the social style survey to identify your individual social style and read the descriptions of the four social styles, write a two-paragraph reflection on why you agree or disagree with your style assessment. Use examples from your life to support your answer and clearly state in the first paragraph what quadrant you were in on the graph. If you are considering an entry level sales career postgraduation, you can also choose to explain how your social style might help you in your sales career. You do not need to submit your answers to the survey.Assertiveness Ratings I perceive myself as: Responsiveness Ratings I perceive myself as: Quiet Talkative 1 2 3 4 Open Closed 4 3 2 1 Slow to Decide Fast to Decide 1 2 3 4 Impulsive Deliberate 4 3 2 1 Going along Taking charge 1 2 3 4 Using opinions Using facts 4 3 2 1 Supportive Challenging 1 2 3 4 Informal Formal 4 3 2 1 Compliant Dominant 1 2 3 4 Emotional Unemotional 4 3 2 1 Deliberate Fast to Decide 1 2 3 4 Easy to know Hard to know 4 3 2 1 Asking questions Making statements 1 2 3 4 Warm Cool 4 3 2 1 Cooperative Competitive 1 2 3 4 Excitable Calm 4 3 2 1 Avoiding risks Taking risks 1 2 3 4 Animated Poker-faced 4 3 2 1 Slow, studied Fast-paced 1 2 3 4 People-oriented Task-oriented 4 3 2 1 Cautious Carefree 1 2 3 4 Spontaneous Cautious 4 3 2 1 Indulgent Firm 1 2 3 4 Responsive Nonresponsive 4 3 2 1 Nonassertive Assertive 1 2 3 4 Humorous Serious 4 3 2 1 Mellow Matter-of-fact 1 2 3 4 Impulsive Methodical 4 3 2 1 Reserved Outgoing 1 2 3 4 Lighthearted Intense 4 3 2 1SOCIAL STYLE ASSESSMENT (Continued) RESPONSIVENESS Low 1 ANALYTICAL DRIVER 2 11 2 3 4 Low High 3 AMIABLE EXPRESSIVE 4 High Analytical - Analytical people are known for being systematic, well organized and deliberate. These individuals appreciate facts and information presented in a logical manner as documentation of truth. They enjoy organization and completion of detailed tasks. Others may see them at times as being too cautious, overly structured, someone who does things too much 'by the book'. • The Owl: controlled, orderly, precise, disciplined, deliberate, cautious, diplomatic, systematic, logical, and conventional. Driver - They thrive on the thrill of the challenge and the internal motivation to succeed. Drivers are practical folks who focus on getting results. They can do a lot in a very short time. They usually talk fast, direct and to the point. Often viewed as decisive, direct and pragmatic. • The Eagle: action-orientated, decisive, problem solver, direct, assertive, demanding, risk taker, forceful, competitive, independent, determined, results-oriented. Amiable - They are dependable, loyal and easygoing. They like things that are non-threatening and friendly. They hate dealing with impersonal details and cold hard facts. They are usually quick to reach a decision. Often described as a warm person and sensitive to the feelings of others but at the same time wishy-washy. • The Dove: patient, loyal, sympathetic, team person, relaxed, mature, supportive, stable, considerate, empathetic, persevering, trusting, congenial. ASSERTIVENESSCopyright © Arizona Board of Regents Page 4 of 5 Expressive - Very outgoing and enthusiastic, with a high energy level. They are also great idea generators, but usually do not have the ability to see the idea through to completion. They enjoy helping others and are particularly fond of socializing. They are usually slow to reach a decision. Often thought of as a talker, overly dramatic, impulsive, and manipulative. • The Peacock: verbal, motivating, enthusiastic, convincing, impulsive, influential, charming, confident, dramatic, optimistic, animated. Evaluation Criteria and Grading Rubric This assignment will be graded based on the criteria provided in the grading rubric below. Points Rubric Superior (9-10 points) 1. Shows deep, critical thinking and knowledge of topic being covered 2. All answers are full developed and use terms and concepts used in course 3. Clearly demonstrates that the learning objects are being understood 4. Uses proper "voice" and tense. 5. Free of typos, grammatical errors, voice, and tense errors 6. No copy/paste of content. The answers are in your own words. Good to Average (7-8 points) 1. Repeats basic course concepts, but does not show critical thinking or show evidence that the learning objectives are understood. 2. Fails to fully answer the all the questions and is short of the use of terms and concepts used in the course 3. Typos, grammatical errors, failure to use proper “voice” and tense. Needs Work (5-6 points) 1. Limited understanding and course concepts and interpretive issues of the questions. 2. Weak organization with little or no evidence of understanding the learning objectives. 3. Major lapses in several rubric areas [see superior traits above]. Poor (0-4 points) Assignment missing or submitted with major omissions (see superior traits above). Assignment Submission Instructions Save your assignment as a Word (.doc or .docx) or .pdf file. Include your own name in the title of the electronic file for identification purposes, for example "SmytheMarySocialStyle" and do NOT use any spaces, punctuation, or special characters in the file name. Please consider verifying the Turnitin similarity percentage following the instructions at https://help.d2l.arizona.edu/content/students-assignments-turnitincheck-your-work so you can make any adjustments before submitting your work. When your file is ready, submit it for grading to the appropriate assignment drop box as indicated below. • Navigate to the Table of Contents -> Learning Modules -> Week 5 area of D2L. • Click on the Assignment: Social Style Survey assignment drop box title. • Click on the Add a File button.Copyright © Arizona Board of Regents Page 5 of 5 • Find the file you would like to upload. If you are using the most current version of your internet browser, you can drag and drop the file into the target area of the Add a File window. You can also use the Upload button to browse for and select the file you would like to add. • Once you have selected your file(s), click the Add button in the bottom, left corner of the window. • Click on the Submit button to complete the file submission. • Upon successful assignment submission, you will receive a confirmation email. 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