Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) Northern - Building a Better Team - Identifying Your Personal Strengths

Building a Better Team - Identifying Your Personal Strengths

Lead more effectively by playing to your strengths and the strengths of others

Certification you can receive

National Qualifications Framework Record of Learning
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COURSE OVERVIEW
Work is all about managing relationships. With a better understanding of how you operate and where your strengths lie, you’ll develop more effective, rewarding and productive relationships with others.

The Strength Deployment Inventory (SDI®) has been developed to help you understand what motivates you and how this affects your behavior.

This workshop teaches you how to use the SDI® as a valuable framework to understand how you behave during conflict as well as improve workplace relationships and boost performance.


RELEVANT TO YOU?
Lead more effectively by playing to your strengths and the strengths of others.

If you’re keen to lead a strong and productive team, this workshop is right for you. It is suited to team leaders, managers and business owners.

 

 

TOPICS INCLUDE
So that you can understand more about your behaviour and that of your team, this workshop provides a comprehensive look at what motivates people:
• Understand the importance of productive relationships.
• Know how to build a positive working environment.
• Identify your strengths and how to use them.
• Appreciate the strengths of others and how they use them.
• Understand how you work with others and what motivates you.
• Learn about the kinds of working relationships you find satisfying.
• Understand conflict - how it affects you and how you deal with it.
• Recognise the impact of your response on the impression you have on others.

 

AFTERWARDS, YOU’LL BE ABLE TO...
• Understand how your personal strengths may be used to improve relationships with others.
• Create a more positive working environment.
• Prevent conflict by knowing what causes conflict for you. Know how your behavior is perceived by others.

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