Wed, May 17|
Personality Traits in the Workplace
Self-aware people work better with their colleagues and promote teamwork at every level of your organization. In return, your company experiences higher morale, lower turnover, and better results.
Time & Location
May 17, 2023, 11:30 AM – 1:30 PM MDT
Mainspace, 13 1/2 E Divide St, Bowman, ND 58623, USA
About the Event
Discover a new approach to the DISC model with this fun, interactive course. DISC is an acronym that stands for the four main personality profiles: (D)ominance, (i)nfluence, (S)teadiness and (C)onscientiousness. It provides a common language people can use to better understand themselves and those they interact with. In the class you will take the DISC assessment to discover your own personality profile. In the sessions, you will experience the personality styles in a way that will help you better understand yourself and others, enhance leadership, manage conflict, and generate sales.
We all know that individuals who are self-aware are more likely to maximize their talents, more effectively recognize and manage their challenges, and produce better results. Self-aware people work better with their colleagues and promote teamwork at every level of your organization. In return, your company experiences higher morale, lower turnover, and better results.
Everyone, whether they realize it or not (and most do not), is a co-creator of workplace culture. When people understand their own personality and behavioral style and show respect for individual differences, they impact the culture in a very positive way. By applying the wisdom of the styles, each person improves the culture, one interaction at a time. This program is just the beginning of learning to communicate more effectively to build relationships with others.
· Heightens self-awareness, which allows people to capitalize on their own personal strengths.
· Helps people understand how their behaviors are impacting their own success and impacting others
· Improves individual and team communication
· Increases acceptance of others and decreases conflict and drama
· Improves organizational culture, one interaction at a time.