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How well do you understand your colleagues and/or direct reports? How about yourself? We all approach situations from completely different angles, which can cause friction and confusion when we don’t “get” where people are coming from. By understanding the behavioral and communication styles of ourselves and others, we can work from a solid foundation of mutual respect. Being able to hone in on “why?” and not “what?” is the key to understanding motivation and facilitating communication. Learning to accept differences while capitalizing on the diversity of work styles found in our groups and team members, aids in our own personal and professional development. This seminar provides both theoretical and practical application techniques through the use of open dialogue, group work, and/or individual exercises.
- To provide access to a complimentary DiSC® assessment
- To provide an opportunity to discuss individual aspects of your DiSC® assessment
- To increase your self-knowledge: how you respond to conflict, what motivates you, what causes you stress and how you solve problems
- To understand how an overplayed strength can be a weaknesses and how to work on finding an advantageous balance
- To learn how to improve working relationships by recognizing the communication needs of team members
Dr. Samantha Coleman is an award-winning leader, educator and professional counselor. She began her career working in mental health facilities, psychiatric hospitals, crisis programs, and private practices. Coleman’s endeavor as a socially responsible entrepreneur has also brought her into the landscape of both public and higher education. Her ability to both lead and manage allow her to visualize the large picture and the minute details that are necessary for true impact within an organization and its program delivery. Her clinical skills allowed for Assist Her, Inc. have become a heralded training for Master’s level interns from notable psychology and social work programs, such as the University of Illinois at Chicago Applied Psychology Program, Jane Addams School of Social Work, Dominican University, and the Chicago School of Professional Psychology just to name a few. Dr. Coleman’s expertise in leadership, management, systems, culture, career advancement, etc. have found her in the classroom as a Professor preparing adult learners for their future careers as scholars and practitioners. She has a talent for formulating information into a framework that creates understanding of core concepts.
Dr. Coleman is a graduate of The Chicago School of Professional Psychology (PhD, Organizational Leadership), Concordia University (M.A. Community Counseling) and The University of Illinois at Chicago (B.A. Psychology). Her research interests revolve around Work Engagement and Psychological Capital (PsyCap).