Who Should Attend?
Anyone required to work in a group or on a team
- That everyone brings to a team certain individual values & beliefs
- That values and beliefs are influenced by personal preferences
- How personal types and styles influence behavior
- That differences based on personal styles can be helpful to a team
- The importance of understanding different styles
- How to deal effectively with different styles
- To understand yourself first, then try to understand others
Participants discover their personal style by taking an instrument developed by R. Craig Hogan and David W. Champagne. A discussion of eight different personality types helps participants learn how preferences influence behavior, in particular on a team.
- Take the Personal Style Inventory
- Discuss the four pairs of dimensions (8 types)
- Participants predict their personal style
- Learn what your Personal Style is
- Understand your strength in each dimension
- Discuss the dimensions in small groups
- Review how styles impact team communications
- Consider how to use what is learned about personal styles
Room of sufficient size to allow break‑out activities. Flip charts & markers. Computer, projector & screen (power point).