DISC in the Workplace

DISC helps us to understand the behavior of ourselves as well as others who we interact with, whether it’s an old friend or new connection. Also understand that DISC is one of many tools that helps describe the uniqueness within each person, but it is the best tool to describe the universally understood dynamic of behavior – something we do every single day, all day. This workshop has time-tested games and exercises to help participants engage in the learning process. You know DISC is a powerful tool that increases teamwork, encourages individuals, bridge broken relationships, and improves communication. Create a culture that honors others for who they are and what they bring to the team.


Emotional Intelligence and your emotions

Many people believe that a high IQ (Intelligence Quotient) is what’s needed to achieve true success in the workplace as well as in their personal life. IQ is the measure of an individual’s intellectual, analytical, logical, and rational abilities. Having a high IQ is great but we all know someone with a high IQ that rubs others a certain way or can’t make good in their personal or working lives and they can’t figure out why. The reason is because they are sorely lacking in emotional intelligence. EQ emotional intelligence is the ability to perceive emotions, to access and generate emotions to assist thought, to understand emotions and emotional meanings, and to reflectively regulate emotions in ways that promote emotional and intellectual growth. Simply put, it is a set of skills that allows us to make our way in a complex world – the personal, social, and survival aspects of overall intelligence, and the elusive common sense and sensitivity that is needed for daily function. This workshop will help break down EQ or emotional quotient so that you can enhance your self-perception, self-expression, interpersonal relationships, decision-making, stress-management, and general well-being. 


Negativity and its burden on your performance

Have you ever been in a situation where you are blaming yourself or you blame someone else for something that negatively impacted you? The reason why you didn’t get a promotion? The reason something didn’t work out the way you planned? Many of us deal with a judge and that judge has an arsenal of minions that it uses to cripple us mentally. These henchmen will make the individual believe they need to achieve more to be respected, please people to be liked, be over critical to ensure complete perfection, avoid confrontation, or control their environment. These are only a few of the saboteurs that invade our daily thoughts and make us focus on the negative emotions. When you feel the unhappiness, anxiety, self-doubt, stress, and frustrations, you are being manipulated by these saboteurs. They will impact your performance and relationships. This workshop will help you identify those saboteurs and expose them for who they are. You will learn exercises and labeling techniques that you can do in the mornings, before a meeting, in the car, or even during a meeting. You will also learn how to meet those challenges and generate more positive emotions to push you through your day.


Successful Feedback Sessions for your Organization

Surprisingly enough there are so many people who do not receive a feedback session from their supervisors, or they don’t receive a proper feedback session. If you are supervising or getting ready to jump into a supervisory role, it is imperative that you understand how to give and receive effective feedbacks. Managers/supervisors should have deep understanding of the importance of good feedbacks and get the chance to practice in a group while sharing tips, knowledge, and past experiences in a trusting environment. This workshop is more interactive and a iron sharpens iron environment where experiences and perspectives are shared. With over 20 years of supervisory and manager experience, it is vital that mangers know how to provide effective feedback and how to receive feedback openly. This will help build trust between parties. This workshop will identify what a feedback is, the importance, giving feedback, receiving feedback, practice sessions, and other pertinent information to build success.