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Difficulty or conflict is a reality at work and at home. The key is having the ability to handle it in a manner that does not detract your attention from more important issues.
Learning Objectives: Understand diversity of people and their behavior, learn how out perception impacts dealing with a difficult person, learn some tips and techniques for dealing with people who are difficult or different.
Even the best communicators can use a brush-up on stylistic and grammatical guidelines. Fine-tune your knowledge of standard business English; learn key strategies to effectively communicate with clarity, conciseness and professionalism, and reduce embarrassing errors and miscommunications as you master the art of simplicity in this interactive workshop.Practice exercises will help you to:
Studies indicate that, even among professional communicators, many conversations and emails are necessary to avoid and/or correct miscommunications. This workshop provides participants with tools to minimize the time we spend in ineffective conversations, emails and reports.Attendees will learn to:
Which House of Hogwarts would you be sorted into? Are you an Artisan, Guardian, Idealist or Rational? Did you know that the lay-out of Disney World actually appeals to different type preferences? These questions and others will be answered in this third part of the MBTI Workshop Series. In this session, we will look at type preference as characterized by Temperaments. This fun and educational session offers a more simplistic approach to understanding type preference and how it can be seen in everyday life. Type preference and their impact on career choices will also be covered as an added bonus.
This session is designed for individuals who have already completed the first two parts of the MBTI Workshop Series OR have completed a similar course in the past and know their MBTI type preference.
Do you gravitate towards certain people or tasks, find interest in certain jobs or activities but just can't put your finger on why? In this introductory session of a multi-part workshop series, you will learn how the use of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator© (MBTI) can help you answer these questions and open the door for an increased self-understanding of what makes you tick, and you might just have a little fun along the way.
*Future sessions will take these concepts and apply them to other aspects of your professional and personal life including communication, ethics, time management, stress management, and learning styles, just to name a few. This session is designed for individuals who have never taken the MBTI assessment or for ones that have taken it in the past and are either not sure of their type preference or would like to take it again for a refresher.
This interactive workshop is appropriate for presenters, speakers, and trainers who wish to learn and/or review techniques for giving talks that establish rapport with the audience and effectively communicate information in an engaging, professional manner. Topics covered include:
A&P, Faculty, USPS, OPS, Student OPS
Basic keyboard and mouse skills and familiarity with the Internet.
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