Adjusting Styles As A Manager
This course helps managers identify the communication styles of their team to manage individual styles, navigate team dynamics, and set a rock-solid foundation for high-performance.
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A high-functioning team is essential for success in the working world, yet poorly performing teams continue to drain an organization and individuals alike. We tackle the challenges of building a powerful team when you have 57 other things on your to-do list. The reality is that you spend more time communicating with your team members with than you do with your own family, but only 68 percent of people actually like their co-workers. It may be hard to believe, but the people you work with really do want to see you succeed. You might say, “”But you don’t know Phil from Accounting.”” We can promise you that Phil is not pure evil – he simply thinks, operates, and communicates differently than you do.
We even shatter age-old ideas and conventional ways of working because when it comes to workplace communications, the “golden rule” is wrong! During this hands-on session, managers take a humorous yet informative glance at their own, distinct communication style, as well as their identifying unique tendencies among team members. Everyone is learning and laughing through illuminating examples, interactive group work, and situational exercises to bring the learning to life.
Participants leave this program with the ability to:
Understand their unique communication style and how it plays out on their team
Recognize the distinct style of direct reports, team members, or clients
Value and appreciate the different qualities that individuals bring to the team
Adapt to various personalities and predispositions among team members
Manage a solid and high-achieving team that works successfully and efficiently
Preview This Course
Watch a short clip of this course to learn more about our training style and what’s included in the program
This session is part of our
Managing to Lead curriculum
Setting Expectations, Delegating, And Appreciating
Managing Through Change