Teams at Work
As more and more organizations strive to implement quality initiatives and self-directed work teams, it becomes increasingly important to improve interpersonal communication among team members. One of the critical building blocks to improved interaction is an understanding of the different behavioral styles and how they affect the way people communicate. This program uses the DiSC framework to address three of the most common challenges that teams face: motivation, conflict, and communication. Participants learn simple, intuitive ways to make lasting improvements in a team's effectiveness.
This program is designed to increase participants' awareness of factors contributing to building effective and successful teams.
After completing this training program, participants should be able to:
- Identify the four behavioral styles.
- Compare and contrast the strengths and weaknesses of each style.
- Identify their own behavioral style and the impact that it has on others.
- Recognize inappropriate or unproductive communication.
- Develop the skill to adapt to the diverse styles of their teammates.
- Enhance team motivation, conflict resolution, and communication.
- Demonstrate their behavioral strengths appropriately.
The Business & Community Institute
Phone: (517) 483-1857
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