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Aug 16
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This session requires the completion of the Hermann Brain Dominance Instrument prior to the workshop

Modules

In this fun and interactive workshop we will work through the following key points:

  • Learn what makes people do the things that they do
  • The difference between Preference and Behaviour
  • Develop an understanding of the four distinct areas of the brain
  • Learn how to practically apply this information in your own development and of those around you
  • Identify how to utilise the potential and get the most out of the people by operating in their preferred modes
  • Reduce stress & conflict and learn how to improve relationships and build better teams

Harvard Business Review

Please contact us if you would like a FREE copy of the Harvard Business Review article titled, “Putting Your Companies Whole Brain to Work!”, which discusses the HBDI and the MBTI and how they can both work in developing increased effectiveness of the people in your business.

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people and their personalitiesPeople Not Like You

People naturally like people that are like themselves.  The reality is that we have to negotiate, manage, work and live with people that will prefer to energise, take in information, arrive at decisions and live in the world differently to us.  The old adage suggests that we should treat people the way that we would want to be treated.  That’s great if we meet people that are like us!  So what do we do with the other 80% of people that are not like us?

What are the Benefits for Individuals and Teams?

Homogeneous teams can quickly achieve a consensus of opinion and will typically respond in ways predictably with their quadrant preference. People who think alike tend to come to agreement quite rapidly. Their decisions are referred to as “obvious” or “adequate”.

Heterogeneous teams however, behave in entirely different ways. They experience difficulty in reaching consensus, but because of their diversity can be synergistic and therefore ideal for creative and innovative assignments.  Their decisions are referred to as “creative’ and innovative”.

Our experience has proven predictable results that in problem solving situations, the decisions arrived at by Heterogeneous teams have been superior.

Key Elements

  • Meetings … how individuals contribute and like to give and receive information.
  • Leadership Development … recognition of individual styles and the necessary changes in leadership style to obtain the best results.
  • Performance Coaching … Managers will now have insight into how better to communicate in the one on one situation.
  • Change Management … Understanding differences in styles, individuals are more aware of their own strengths and weaknesses when it comes to managing change.
  • Recognition and Feedback … understanding the individuals personal preference for communication style.
  • Intergroup Relations & Teamwork … educates people to recognise and celebrate the similarities and differences that we use.  Education reduces ignorance to these issues.
  • Under Pressure… where do you go under pressure? The HBDI provides a mechanism for individuals within the team to focus on this as an area for professional development.
 

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Contact Details

PO BOX 243 Paddington Q 4064 | info@pacelearning.com.au | 1300 586 389

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