Behavioral styles are of particular interest to leaders, trainers, and educators, who interact with a large number of people every day. Understanding the behavioral styles of training participants allows you to make more informed choices regarding the way content is grouped and delivered. Understanding your own behavioral style is equally important. Your style informs the decisions that you make, as well as your strengths and weaknesses. Knowing your own style allows you to modify your behavior to work with different people and adapt to various situations. This Infoline helps you understand different behavioral styles, learn how to assess the behavioral styles of those around you, and l adapt your behavioral style to fit multiple situations.