Relater Relaters are considerate and sympathetic, focused on people and interpersonal relationships. Directors like being involved in several projects at once, are not detail-oriented and can underestimate how long a task will take.
Director Directors are bold and direct folks who focus on the big picture and tend to be competitive, aggressive and ambitious. When two or more people meet they immediately start an automatic process of comparison with the other.
The first key to holding a successful meeting is making a management decision: Is this meeting necessary? Business writing; telephone etiquette; giving and receiving feedback: feedback connects everyone and their behavior to the organization around them; negotiating: the ability to influence people and art of letting someone else have your way; conflict resolution: is basically about personal courage, unresolved conflict tends to escalate and never disappears but rather simmers just below the surface and, at the worst possible times, may surface as an inappropriate outburst of anger; conducting difficult conversations.
They get right to the point and generally do it in as few words as possible. This in turn enables you to interact more comfortably and work more effectively together. Its important: the way you walked into a room; how you shook your hand; the way you facilitate or participate in a meeting; the ability to make a presentation or speak in public and so on.
They focus on facts and details while communicating. Rapport dramatically increases your chances of winning a sale.
In both cases it tells about communication skills, how to succeed with them. So when you have an extremely important business communication, deliver it in person.
They also have a methodical way of approaching problems and tasks so they work well independently.