Whether you’re a manager, HR professional or employee at any level, chances are that much of the stress you experience at work is related to ‘people’ issues – and these issues often result from basic personality differences. Chances are that you work with people of varying personality styles – some similar to you and some quite different, so treating people the way you want to be treated doesn’t always bring about positive results.
It’s a fact that personality style has a significant impact on how people approach work and prefer to interact with others. Wouldn’t your professional life be less stressful if you knew a simple way to reach accurate conclusions about your co-workers’ personality styles and could use that information to communicate most effectively to get the results you need? That’s exactly what you’ll learn how to do in People-Reading Made Easy: A Simple Framework for Building Effective Workplace Relationships!
This informative session provides you with two simple questions that will allow you to determine where the personality styles of your coworkers and employees fall within the four broad behavioral styles using the industry-standard Everything DiSC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness) model. You’ll also learn how to self-identify your own DiSC style and discover key factors for effective communication specific to each DiSC style that you can immediately put to use to build stronger, more positive workplace relationships characterized by respect for individual differences.
Areas Covered in the Session :
How and why learning how to identify DiSC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness) styles through people reading can help you build effective workplace relationships
Mastering a basic 2-question framework that identify your own general DISC style and
Applying the same 2-question framework to reading the general DISC style of other people
Getting a sense of how DISC style manifests in a person’s personality and impacts interactions with others
Developing an understanding of the priorities, fears, motivations and challenges specific to each DISC style
How to apply knowledge about a person’s DISC style to improve relationships and achieve results
How to provide coaching to managers and executives regarding using people reading skills/personality style knowledge to effectively manage organizational talent
Guidance on how to explore DISC more thoroughly to achieve specific workplace objectives, such as identifying your precise style, team building, improving management skills, growing as a leader, etc.
Who Will Benefit:
Employees at all levels
Every professional interested in this topic