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Culture Catalyst: Building Better Relationships in the Workplace
February 23 @ 8:30 am - 12:00 pm
Have you ever wished someone on your team would show a greater sense of urgency? Or maybe you’re always having to ask for more details when collaborating with a colleague? Have you ever been struck by a co-worker’s reaction to a situation, thinking they were way too emotional?
The list of possibilities for potential disagreement and conflict between any two people – whether co-workers, family, or friends – is long. But successful professionals have an awareness of themselves and others that helps them navigate these complex situations.
It starts with learning more about your own personality style (yes, sometimes we have blind spots and uncovering them is key!). But it’s also about recognizing and working with other approaches, too. It’s possible for people with different styles to work together (really well), even though they differ.
One approach is not better than the other, but the strengths and challenges of each style absolutely affect how we interact with one another. Want to have better interactions? Simple—you have to develop your own awareness.
Join us February 23, 2021 from 8:30 to noon for a VIRTUAL session that’s both interactive and introspective. This is a chance to become more aware of your own natural tendencies, including priorities, motivators, and stressors. You’ll also gain insights into how to work with every personality style effectively.
Everyone is welcome, regardless of title or position, department or function. We can all benefit from building more productive and effective relationships at work.
We invite you to:
- Discover your own DiSC® style. Recognize the priorities, motivators, and stress triggers that shape your workplace experience.
- Explore other approaches. Understand the differences and similarities among the DiSC styles.
- Identify strategies to make more meaningful connections and use them effectively with colleagues of various styles. Reduce tension, solve problems, and contribute positively to your organization.
Before the workshop even begins, take advantage of a brief but valuable survey that gives you immediate access to your personal insights. Once we’re together online, you’ll be able to put these insights to use.
Gain a deeper awareness of your own style, learn how to identify the styles of others, and discover how to build better work relationships (even when working remotely). The info you’ll receive remains valuable long after our session ends.
Don’t miss this opportunity to grow while developing yourself and your team. When you sign off the call, you’ll feel confident in honoring your own style while still showing respect for each person’s unique approach. After immersing yourself in this experience, you’ll be ready to create effective interactions with anyone and build better relationships everywhere you go.Register now!
** Registration is required by Feb 17, 2021 // There is a minimum of 6 people to run this class
Pre-work requirements: Each attendee must complete a 15-minute online assessment no later than February 22, 2021. A link will be sent to each participant upon registration.
About the Instructors:
Since founding PeopleSense Consulting in 2001, Robin Eichert and her team have worked with hundreds of organizations to support job-fit, management development, and team building initiatives. Robin uses a variety of creative approaches, including world-class assessments along with an innovative approach that involves animals as teachers. She has earned Founder’s Club distinction for sales volume and prides herself in the knowledge of the sophisticated assessment tools she and her clients rely on. She also writes a popular blog called Graceful Leadership, based on dog-inspired leadership lessons to help managers in their roles.
PeopleSense team member, Jeni Callihan, brings a keen entrepreneurial spirt and passion for helping each person reach their full potential authentically. Her strong facilitation skills and supportive nature allow her to gently tease out the nuances of a situation and handle them with ease. Jeni’s background as a yoga instructor and solopreneur give her a unique perspective on business and the people she works with.