Knowing oneself and understanding others is the key to teamwork. Every employer wants staff that works well together. In order to work with a diverse group of individuals, we must first know ourselves and then get to know how others approach work. During this course, we will cover the following topics:
HOW - through the Myers-Briggs inventory, you will learn: HOW you get your energy; HOW you take in information; whether you are a details or the big picture person; and HOW or if you plan your day. This is the HOW of the workforce relationship (Pam Goedde - first Friday a.m.)
WHAT - through the DISC inventory, you will learn in WHAT way your preferences manifest themselves by being either a Dominant, Influencing, Steady or Conscientious person. This is the WHAT of the workforce relationship Tammy Pickering - first Friday p.m.).
WHY - through the Emotional Intelligence inventory, you will learn WHY it is important to understand that your behavior affects your coworkers. This is the WHY of the workforce relationship (Tammy Pickering – second Friday a.m.).
WHO - during this session on Generations in the Workforce, you will understand how those from the four different generations approach work and life: the Traditionalists, the Baby Boomers, the Gen X’ers and the Millennials. This is the WHO of the workforce relationship (Kathleen Lapekas – second Friday p.m.).
A detailed, written report is issued for each inventory.
By completing this certificate program, you will become a more effective team player in your workplace environment.
This certificate program is appropriate for those who work as part of a team and for those that supervise a team.
Addressing these soft skills of leadership, communication, being a team player, confidence, resolving conflict, accepting feedback, and being friendly and social.
Instructors: Pam Goedde, Tammy Pickering and Kathleen Lapekas
Dates and Times: 2 Fridays, November 10 and 17; 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: USI @ Innovation Pointe, 318 Main Street, Evansville, Second Floor
Registration Fee: $795, includes all assessments
Course Number: CER503