Upcoming Workshops

Workshops provide an in-depth, experiential look into Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team and our suite of Everything DiSC® solutions.

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Description

Workplace conflict is inevitable… and it does not need to be uncomfortable nor unproductive. In fact, we TH!NK conflict is GOOD … As long as it is handled correctly!

Our Mastering Productive Conflict Workshop will help you curb your destructive behaviors in conflict so that you can productively engage in conflict to ultimately improve workplace results and relationships.

By increasing self-awareness around conflict behaviors, you will be better equipped to effectively respond to the uncomfortable and unavoidable challenges of workplace conflict.

Results

By the end of this workshop you will:

  • Receive a personalized research-based report that describes your natural approach to conflict.
  • Identify which of your conflict behaviors are destructive and which behaviors are productive.
  • Practice strategies to curb destructive responses driven by your automatic thoughts and apply productive responses.
  • Learn to step back and re-frame productive responses in conflict situations.
  • Create win-win resolution, not win-lose solutions.
  • Experience the joy of using conflict as a tool to find innovative solutions.

Description

Have you ever noticed that you gravitate to the same kinds of people, while others totally frustrate you?

Have you ever had someone in business that you could not understand and had difficulty making a connection?

People Smarts will help solve this mystery by introducing you to a relationship-building tool called Everything DiSC®.

Results

People Smarts powered by Everything DiSC® helps people work better together by helping participants:

  • Understand why they communicate in a certain way by analyzing their behavior style through a self-assessment tool.
  • Develop an awareness of other people’s communication preferences.
  • Practice a communication technique called people reading.
  • Learn to stop judging and begin valuing the strengths of each person at work.
  • Find out why their most frustrating colleague is probably the best person for them to partner with on projects.
  • Practice strategies that bridge the communication gap and prevent it from negatively impacting their success at work.