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Do you find it difficult to interact with certain people at work? Have you noticed tension between certain team members in your department?
This can be a common situation when our approach to problems, our values, and our beliefs differ. When we can understand that we all have our own perspective, shaped by different backgrounds and personalities, we can realize that these differences aren’t bad – but interesting and valuable.
Learning how to broaden our perspective improves our ability to connect, collaborate, and communicate with the people around us. This program uses neuroscience and DiSC personality styles to help people understand their perspectives, and identify and adapt to the perspectives of others.
- Explore what shapes our individual perspectives and why people have a strong reaction to someone with a different perspective than theirs
- Discover how knowing our personal style (personality type) can help us adapt our style for improved interactions
- Consider what tools and activities would help you and your people broaden your perspective for better communication, collaboration, and connection
- Emotional Intelligence
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