It’s a given – not everyone on your team is going to have the same work style and clash happens. One person may like to talk things out while another prefers to create a checklist alone. Half the team wants a quick decision, while the other half needs time to consider all their options first. Good, bad or neutral, these behavior styles shape how your employees see the world, communicate with each other and prioritize activities. In the office, the inherent friction of people with a room of differing behaviors can produce significant problems. We use colors — Orange, Gold, Green and Blue — to differentiate the four central primary personality types. In this fun, interactive and insightful personality-identification system. We teach people how to identify and recognize different personalities, and better understand themselves and others.
Experience trans-formative change by learning to:
Understand and appreciate characteristics of self and others
Recognize own and others’ values, joys and strengths
Reduce potential conflict, frustration and stress
Deepen relationships and create a more harmonious environment
Enhance communication skills
Work better together
Increase employee involvement and engagement
Improve employee attitudes and opinions
Enhance overall communication
Nurture employee work environment
Our training can help teams significantly improve communication and prevent conflict which improves productivity and performance!
“The Managing Personalities Training was a lot of fun. I enjoyed getting to know myself more, and also the differing personalities of my coworkers. I’m able to better understand now that some of the conflicts that come up with the people I see every day at work are due to differences in personality – and that it’s actually a good thing to have multiple personality-types in the office. I definitely recommend doing this training alongside other coworkers from your office/organization. Thank you, Training Resource Center, for your helpful contribution to the effectiveness and an increased sense of teamwork among the people in our office.” – Kyle, previous trainee.
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