Improving Your Team and Leadership Capacity
*This Introductory Session Sponsored by Nonprofit Network
Sometimes the difficult part about being part of a team or being a team leader is helping people learn to work together. A group of diverse people coming together to work on complex tasks and problems sounds ideal - until that group is frustrated, at odds and struggling to actually get anything accomplished.
The more you understand peoples (and your own) work styles, work preferences, ways to process and communicate information, the better you can assist the team in being effective and most importantly reduce conflict and stress.
The introductory DiSC® assessment process helps to identify and understand communication and conflict styles, how people react under stress or frustration, what motivates – or de-motivates and engages people. The strengths and weaknesses of the team are keys to a thriving and enjoyable culture and working effectively and productively.
DiSC®? What is that?
DiSC® is a personal development learning experience that measures preferences and tendencies. This simple yet powerful model describes four basic styles. An assessment tool (taken prior to the workshop) will allow participants to receive personalized insights that will deepen understanding of self and others. Additionally, the personalized insights share strategies for working with other Styles. The result creates opportunities to have a more engaged, collaborative workforce that can spark meaningful culture improvement in your organization—whether your workforce is remote, in the office, or somewhere in between.
In this workshop we will:
Who would benefit most?
Anyone in a leadership position or anyone who supervises other people. Anyone who wants to understand themselves and others better. Anyone seeking to create a more inclusive workplace (learning how to work with people different than yourself is a critical function. A common outcome of this introductory session is attendants bringing their learning back to their organization and advocate for an org only presentation, which allows time to sufficiently review your own organization.
(This Workshop requires 30 minutes of pre-work completed 2 days before the workshop. Register soon to get your link to complete your DISC assessment. For this reason, registration will close Tuesday February 15th, 2022 at 10:00 am
Costs: $75 per attendee which includes your personal assessment
Everything DiSC® is a personal development learning experience that measures preferences and tendencies based on the DiSC® model. This simple yet powerful model describes four basic styles: D, i, S, and C, and serves as the foundation for the Everything DiSC Application Suite. Participants receive personalized insights that deepen their understanding of self and others, making workplace interactions more enjoyable and effective.
The result is a more engaged, collaborative workforce that can spark meaningful culture improvement in your organization—whether your workforce is remote, in the office, or somewhere in between.
Facilitated by -
Stormy Trotter, PhD.
Stormy has extensive experience in organizational management, board development, strategic planning, marketing & fund development, community relations, and DEI training. She is well versed at approaching situations from multiple perspectives, creating action-oriented solutions and delivering fair & consistent practices. Stormy is most known for her approachability, compassion & willingness to listen, tenacity in problem solving, ability to foster positive relationships and knack for producing favorable outcomes. Read more about Stormy HERE
Regina empowers people with knowledge and information, creating opportunities to build people’s strength and self-sufficiency. She rarely removes her coaching hat and loves to see people shift their perspectives. She connects every “what” with a “why” to ensure that you not only have a recipe for success but also understand how to use every ingredient for success in multiple ways. People enjoy that she is straightforward and provides impactful examples that allow people to apply the knowledge. Read more about Regina HERE
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