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“Conflict is the beginning of Consciousness” – M. Esther Harding
There are two major myths about conflict: that it always involves anger and that it's always negative. Conflict can actually be a positive tool for growth if you know how to manage it properly. This one-day course will teach participants just how to do that.
In ETI's Science of Self series we combine DISC, a behavioral style instrument, and Driving Forces, a motivational assessment, to explore personal tendencies and preferences of each participant. This workshop positions you and your staff members to increase the productive nature of working relationships.
You will learn the predominant behaviors of the four DISC profiles and your preferred behaviors. Additionally, we apply the science of motivation to understand our intrinsic motivators. Applied in a team setting, a greater understanding of others’ preferred behaviors and driving forces gets immediate results from better communication and less questioning of hidden motives. Team members will approach conflict in a positive way to produce greater results, not disharmony.
Objectives Upon successful completion of this program, participants will be able to:Understand conflict Be able to identify the stages of conflict Use LECSR to resolve conflict Identify other ways to resolve conflict Develop personal skills necessary to resolve conflict
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A leader’s understanding of how to influence others begins with an understanding of self. Our Science of Self Series applies validated assessments to uncover and confirm our intuitive understanding of ourselves.
DISC is the most widely used behavioral assessment tool, measuring four behavioral styles: dominance, influence, steadiness and compliance. DISC measures “how” a person behaves. Based on behavioral psychology, our unique Success Insights ® DISC assessment reveals your preferred behavioral styles. In this workshop we educate you on the various styles and equip you with the tools to utilize your strengths and compensate for your blind spots.
Prior to the workshop, each participant will take the online Success Insights ® DISC Assessment. By ranking items “most like me” and “least like me” they will identify how they respond to problems, people, pace, and procedures.
Our validated assessment is EEOC compliant and accurately identifies a preference for one or more of the styles.
Your Price: $375
This workshop positions you and your staff members to increase the productive nature of working relationships. A study conducted of executives revealed that interpersonal skills, the ability to build relationships and the capability to communicate in a meaningful manner to both individuals and groups are of extreme value to them in a successor. DISC is a behavioral style instrument used to explore personal behavior tendencies and preferences of each participant. It is one of the sciences available from our partner TTI Success Insights in our Science of Self series
All workshop participants will discover how to determine and apply different relationship building strategies. Developing approaches to encourage openness and receptivity during interactions with peers, direct reports (if applicable), supervisors and customers are vital components of influence and collaboration. Workshop participants will examine how different behavior tendencies of others often necessitate modifications in personal behavior to succeed.
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Today’s Sales Professionals have to stay ahead of the curve and constantly improve their skills. Building upon the technical skills of asking good discovery questions, presenting benefits, and building a case for action, this course delves into The Science of Self (c) that explain our prospects' buying patterns. Understanding how your prospect prefers to behave (DISC) and what motivates them (Driving Forces), will help the Sales Professional gain favorable attention on a deeper level, thus getting commitments for more sales.
Your Price: $430
A study conducted of executives revealed that interpersonal skills, the ability to build relationships and the capability to communicate in a meaningful manner to both individuals and groups are of extreme value for them in a successor. In ETI's Science of Self series we combine DISC, a behavioral style instrument, and Driving Forces, a motivational assessment, to explore personal tendencies and preferences of each participant. This workshop positions you and your staff members to increase the productive nature of working relationships.
Participants will be able toDefine natural strengths and potential limitations of their personal behavior tendenciesRecognize behavior cues indicating how to best build and grow productive relationships with othersDetermine how to modify their approach and actions to best suit others and advance the business objectives of the relationship Identify any motivational conflictsOvercome differences in behavioral and motvational styles
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