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Employee Development

Understanding the ME in team

»Posted by on Feb 18, 2012 in Employee Development | 0 comments

Developing the individuals on your team is critical in keeping employees motivated, inspired, and to ensure a return on your hiring investment. These programs get to the core of the “me” in your people. Personality profiles and management styles raise awareness and can be life changing for the individual as well as the team.    

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PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENTS

»Posted by on Jun 4, 2011 in Employee Development | 0 comments

PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENTS – A mission statement defines (in a paragraph or so) an individual or group’s reason for existence. It embodies its philosophies, goals, ambitions and mores. Any organization or person that attempts to operate without a mission statement runs the risk of wandering through the world without having the ability to verify that it is on its intended course. Let TeamBuilding ROI facilitate the discovery of your mission. We will utilize fun and creative ways to determine what’s important to you and how you can make your mission a reality.

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TEAM PERSONALITY TYPE

»Posted by on Jun 3, 2011 in Employee Development | 0 comments

TEAM PERSONALITY TYPE – Do you know who’s on your team? Just like any great sports team, your work team is comprised of specific personalities. Learn what they are and how you can take advantage of them when the time is right. Having the right team personality balance make all the difference in the world! Are you the Plant, Resource, Investigator, Co-coordinator, Shaper, Monitor, Evaluator, Team worker, Implementer, Completer or Finisher Specialist? Take part in our short team personality assessment and then let us show you how to utilize your team personality skills when it...

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COMMUNICATION STYLE INVENTORY

»Posted by on Jun 3, 2011 in Employee Development | 0 comments

COMMUNICATION STYLE INVENTORY – The key to becoming a successful leader is to know how to be heard, and the key to being heard is to speak a language your listeners understand. The Communication Style Inventory will teach you what kind of communicator you are (Action, People, Process or Idea) and will also show you how your communication style may change when you are in a stressful situation. Once you understand how you communicate then you will be able to listen to verbal cues and match communication styles and become effective in communication style...

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CONFLICT STYLE

»Posted by on Jun 1, 2011 in Employee Development | 0 comments

CONFLICT STYLE – Okay, lets face it…there’s no way to avoid conflict at work, and if you think you’re avoiding it, then you’re probably making it worse! Join us to assess what your “fighting style” is, how you cope with stress, and how you can use your skills to resolve conflict. An understanding of how you operate in tense situations as well as how other perceive your ability to navigate stormy seas are key components in personal growth in the workplace. Don’t let your perception get in the way of reality…find the conflict style that suits the situation best and ease the tension in your...

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