We have a three stage method, depending on the circumstances. The best outcome is to have the pattern; the next best is to have the quadrant; if all else fails there is a 'go to' as a last resort. Imposition technically implies force. But Klevah Method™ is to impose willingly. That is the difference.
Tendency: Direct aggressive approach which may result in a "I win / you lose" outcome. Do not ramble.
1 - Director - Will engage if for progress.
2 - Developer - Will be better at one-on-one conflict.
3 - Results - Will push for closure.
4 - Inspirational - Will try to understand and influence.
Tendency: Tends to avoid direct open conflict; very sensitive to social rejection.
5 - Persuader - Will be open minded.
6 - Appraiser - Will be fair and objective.
7 - Promoter - Will look at the bright side.
8 - Counselor - Will want a win-win solution.
Tendency: Inclined to initially withdraw from open conflict but may become defensive or aggressive. Arm yourself with facts.
13 - Practitioner - Will stay on track.
14 - Objective Thinker- Will tend to become cautious & avoid conflict.
15 - Perfectionist - Will be persistent about details.
16 - Enhancer - Will engage if for progress.
Tendency: Definite inclination to avoid aggression, hostility or conflict. Do not hurt their feelings.
9 - Specialist - Will want to keep things the same.
10 - Investigator - Will provide rationale.
11 - Agent - May avoid conflict to preserve the group.
12 - Achiever - Will be precise about facts.