Tapping Your Personal Power
Date to be determined; BW East, Beachwood
9 am - 4 p.m.; $349; Instructor: Karla Potetz
Differences between people are a major source of friction. This program provides an understanding of others and us by identifying the general differences between personal styles and how these differences can lead to various human relations problems.
Understanding each style lends itself to creating optimum working relationships while realizing that the behavioral patterns of one style can trigger stress in the others. Thus getting in sync with various behavioral patterns of co-workers is critical to the success of every organization. Since outer behavior is observable, with a little instruction most people can objectively identify another person’s style. The ability to “read” other people provides us the opportunity to relate more effectively.
- List 4 different people styles
- Define methods for effectively dealing with each style
- Identify methods for finding common ground with people
- Practice strategies for handling situations where you need to influence without authority
- Learn tips for what to do and what not to do when moving between peer and leader roles
- Understand and adopt WYDIWYG (What you Do is What you Get)
Target Audience: Individuals and new leaders who are responsible for managing departments and leading teams.