The secrets of building a strong team
If you are interested in understanding how people behave and how they are motivated, this free workshop is a must for you!
Date: Tuesday 21 January 2020
Time: 9:30am until 12:30pm
Venue: Waterton Centre, Bridgend CF31 3WT
Jane Baker, Director of Steppes Coaching and Development is hosting a half-day leadership skills training workshop to teach participants the secrets of building a strong team and loyal customers using the DISC (Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance) model of human behaviour.
Have you ever said the same thing to two people and received two totally different responses? A lack of understanding of ourselves and others can lead to unmet expectations and poor communication. If a person communicates to you according to your behavioural preferences, you are more likely to be receptive and respond positively.
This half-day workshop will be packed full of training activities centred around unlocking the mystery behind developing good people skills and creating better relationships.
Participants will be able to take a DISC profile to understand their own behavioural preferences to in-turn understand the key drivers and motivators of the four behavioural styles and how they interact. As well as learning how to get the best out of themselves and others, participants will also be invited to identify their possible challenge areas and greatest fears.
So, who should attend?
If you’re a manager who is developing the team for optimum performance and you understand the team dynamics, this workshop would benefit you.
Alternatively, leaders who need to understand the motivators for their clients, as well as making effective decisions with others could find this training helpful. However, it is not just managers and leaders who can learn something at this event, individuals are invited to understand how their career fits into their behavioural style as well as those who need to build positive relationships inside and outside of the workplace.
Booking is essential. Please email: firstname.lastname@example.org to secure your place.
For more information about the event, contact Mary Pope on 01656 815320.