Our leadership Development and Team Building Services
Assessment That Works for You What if people (your clients, team members, vendors or family members) had their needs written all over them and that you were able to recognize that one person needed more independence, while another the need to participate more with others? What if you could tell if someone was driven by results, or perhaps another by challenge? Wouldn’t it be great if we could recognize the needs and priorities of those around us and respond accordingly? Specifically, the DiSC assessment helps individuals at all levels to
- Understand their own styles and behavior
- Learn of their colleague’s styles – strengths and motivators
- Learn how and when to adapt behavior to work with, and, manage others
- Improve communication
- Reduce conflict
- Enhance individual and team performance
Create Highly Accountable Employees Leaders and their leadership skills, make the difference from mediocre performance to the great team performance.
- Build a highly motivated workforce with accountable employees
- Create a culture in which people say and do what they commit to do
- Eliminate the blame-game and finger pointing
Employee development training specializing in team building, performance, motivation, accountability, and leadership change management
Where Success Begins
We offer principle based employee training workshops with consistent themes such as accountability, integrity, teamwork – high performance team building, leadership skills, employee motivation, customer service and managing change are threaded throughout each of our programs. Whether you are looking to establish expectations for new employees, existing employees, leaders or to recognize achievers, give us an opportunity to make the difference.
Employee Development Training
Team Building & DiSC Activities
Teambuilding activities includes breaking boards, spider webs, mine fields.
Create Synergy and/or Develop Problem Solving Skills
Create Productive Business Relationships, Improve Communication
From the Blog
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“What I found most useful was your discussion on change and how to handle it. I plan to apply these ideas in working with my staff and peers”
“Your Management by Agreement concept would be very effective in any work or personal relationship. I would recommend this course to others with the emphasis on MBA (Management by Agreement) and Accountability. Charlie Selcer is a very enthusiastic speaker.”
“Your workshop gets people to think about the big picture, and has helped me understand the communication process for my sales team.”
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