A course focused on developing your strengths
The starting point for every journey is, “Where am I today?
There are ’strengths in your persona’ that everyone knows about you, and you’re aware of them. There are ‘strengths’ that you know about you, that others don’t know. There are ‘strengths’ that others see, but you don’t. There are undoubtedly potential strengths, sitting latent, that no-one yet can see; not you, not others.
What could you do better if you were opened to your potential?
Know Yourself is a business course designed to help you communicate better, prioritise effectively, control your time, manage stress, be more assertive and feel confident and refreshed.
World Class Training
Excellent for salespeople, administrative specialists, customer service, technicians, programmers, project managers, managers, team leaders, supervisors and (basically) anyone in a work situation.
The course is delivered in small numbers, for personalised attention, by experienced, qualified and accredited facilitators.
In two days, this course will provide you with insights into your approach to work, people and relationships. It will give you practical techniques to improve confidence, personal authority and communication techniques that will help you to achieve what you want in life both personally and professionally.
- Gain an insight into your preferred behavioural style and learn how to adapt it to different situations
- Recognise other’s preferred style so that you can have more successful interactions
- Build your self-esteem to become a happier and more productive person
- Begin setting goals to get more of what you want from life
- Improve your communication techniques
- Take responsibility for their own self-development and success.
DISC Behavioral Profiling
Discover your preferred style of behaviour, its strengths and limitations and how you can adapt your style to suit different situations.
Reading Other People’s Style
Learn how to read other people’s style in order to deal with them more effectively.
Building Your Self Esteem
Self-esteem is the cornerstone of our behavior. Our self-confidence, thought patterns, attitude, and what we believe about ourselves can impact on our self-esteem. Low self-esteem holds us back from going after what we want and following our dreams while high self-esteem leads to happier, more productive and successful lives.
The Power of Being Happy
Take control of your life through setting and achieving personal and professional goals within a happy framework.
Build Your Positive Intelligence
Positive Intelligence is a framework for conquering negative feelings that inhibit your success.
Ask for What You Want
Assertiveness enables you to ask for things that you want and to stand up for your rights in a way that does not offend those around you but gains their respect.
Interpersonal Communication Skills
An essential component of everything we do is communication. How effectively do you communicate? This module provides an insight to the three channels of communication – body language, speech patterns, and words.
Connecting with Your Purpose
Why do you get up in the morning? And, why would anyone care? People work best with people who can link their work with their inner drives.
While most people know what they’re good at, and how this is achieved. Really successful people tap into ‘why’ they are at work. Connect with your purpose. Be happier and more effective!
The foundation of personal and professional success lies in understanding yourself, understanding others, and realising the impact of personal behaviour on others.
You will focus on your strengths and consider your weaknesses (a weakness is where your strength is over-used) and how to work with all personality types.
Everything DiSC Profiles available —depending on your role:
- Workplace—the generalist
- Sales– Salespeople
- Management-Team Leaders, Supervisors, Managers
- Work of Leaders—those who lead
- Leadership 363 – with 360 degree feedback
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