Building and Enhancing Workplace Relationships
Tuesday, April 26, 1-4:30 p.m.
Gardiner Centre, Signal Hill Campus
Develop a process to communicate more effectively to drive understanding, alignment, and outcomes with individuals and teams by gaining a better understanding of your behaviour style, and recognizing and adapting to the style of others.
Gain insight into your behavioural style, natural tendencies, and communication preferences, to elevate your self-awareness and understand how you and your team can perform at your best. Learn how to quickly recognize and validate other styles and how to adapt to minimize conflict, increase commitment and cooperation, facilitate change, improve credibility, and engage teams.
This session uses the DISC Assessment; the most widely used behavioural profiling tool of its kind, supported by decades of research and continuous validation. The goal of DISC is to help you first to build and then to maximize productive relationships. You do not have to change your personality; you simply need to recognize what drives other people and understand your options for effectively dealing with them.
This course uses a hands-on, practical learning technique with participants working through a series of worksheets activities, discussions, and case studies.
Presented by Gardiner Centre