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Creative Problem-Solving

According to conventional wisdom, creativity is something done by creative people. The contemporary approach to creativity research assumes that all humans with normal capacities are able to produce at least moderately creative work in some domain, some of the time. Creativity can be defined as the production of novel and useful ideas in any domain (T.M. Amabile).

Creative Problem-Solving relies on Expertise which includes memory for factual knowledge, technical proficiency, and special talents in the target work domain. It also relies on Creative Thinking which depends to some extent on personality characteristics related to independence, self-discipline, orientation toward risk-taking, tolerance for ambiguity, perseverance in the face of frustration, and a relative unconcern for social approval. Finally, Creative Problem-Solving relies on Intrinsic Task Motivation which determines whether the person is driven by deep interest and involvement in the work, by curiosity, enjoyment, or a personal sense of challenge.

You will learn to

  • increase yours and your team’s creative output;
  • develop your creative skills in relation to your expertise and motivation;
  • develop methods for generating and evaluating ideas;
  • move from left brain problem-solving mode to right-brain mode and vice-versa.


Dynamic Communication

In One Day, Participants Will Be Understanding and Applying Behavior.

Effective Communication

Dynamic Communication is a behaviorally-based communication seminar. It teaches people how to communicate using the DISC language as a way of understanding themselves and others. The seminar incorporates a behavioral assessment to give a more complete understanding of what DISC is and how to use it. Employees learn how to interact with others and to appreciate others’ behavioral styles within the organization. Increased communication is noticed immediately after the seminar. Effective communication stems from the right combination of tone of voice, words, body language, and pace of speech and actions. These four areas are the components of a person’s behavioral style. We need to adapt our behavior in order to communicate effectively with others. Using the techniques contained in this seminar, organizations can immediately open the doors of communication within the entire company.

Why Learn About Behavior?

Learning about a behavioral model will help a person to better understand themselves and others, enhancing personal and professional relationships. An understanding of behavior will accomplish the following:

- Increased Understanding of Self
- Increased Understanding of Others
- Increased Communication
- Increased Productivity
- Decreased Tension

Seminar Objectives

At the end of this seminar the participants will:

- understand their own behavioral design.
- recognize, understand and appreciate others’ behavioral designs.
- adapt for enhanced communication, understanding and relationships.

Dynamic Communication Leads to Continuous Improvement

Behavior is the doorway to communication. The use of it creates win/win relationships. Your behavioral design is the combination of four adaptable factors— D, I, S, C. The DISC behavioral model is universally proven to provide applications for improvement in the following areas:

- Communication
- Sales
- Team Building
- Social Relationships
- Job Selection
- Customer Service
- Career Planning
- Conflict Resolution
- Time Management
- Goal Setting
- Telemarketing

Personalized Report

Dynamic Communication incorporates a Managing For Success® software report. This personalized report enhances the behavioral training by using each individual’s style to teach about DISC. After the seminar, an individual can read through the report in order to completely understand his/her behavior.

Participants Workbook

This full color workbook is designed to enhance the “Dynamic Communication” seminar. This gives participants practical illustrations along with areas to take notes.

Immediate Results

Dynamic Communication participants leave the seminar energized and ready to apply the knowledge gained. Employers begin to see the positive changes immediately after the seminar. People will realize that differences are good and can be used effectively to make an organization successful.

Participants do not stop learning when the seminar is over. Their MFS report will allow them to continually learn about their behavior style and in turn improve their communication skills. The benefits of this seminar are endless.

Whole Brain "The Basics"

This workshop introduces the Whole Brain metaphor and builds the conceptual framework for all of the Whole Brain Workshops. Participants are introduced to a diagnostic tool for assessing "brain dominance" and each participant receives a profile describing his or her unique dominance pattern. These concepts are then applied to basic questions of self-understanding, communication and working with others. Through leader-led presentations and hands-on group exercises, the power of each participant's uniqueness is demonstrated in everyday situations. Working in groups, participants apply their new knowledge to construct effective methods of communication for people with whom they normally have difficulty communicating. By the end of the day, groups of people with very diverse thinking preferences demonstrate their new ability to produce and present an effective Whole Brain communication.

You will learn to:

  • Identify the four primary thinking and communication styles;
  • Communicate more effectively with a wider variety of individuals;
  • Recognize the mental diversity that exists in any given group;
  • Diagnose job functions, tasks and responsibilities in relation to thinking preferences.

The Power of Team Working

Together: The Strength of a Common Purpose. Shared vision and purpose collects and focuses energy. A team can draw upon the experience, talents, knowledge, skills and contacts of all its members.

TeamworkEach: Commitment to Team Motivates Each to Excel and Grow. The sense of shared vision and personal loyalty prompts each individual to go the extra mile-not only to continue beyond where he would normally give up, but to make excellence a consistent value.

Accomplishes: A Team is Organized for Action. A well-organized team is an efficient vehicle for advancing an agreed upon purpose through the achievement of definitive objectives.

More: The Whole is Greater Than the Sum of its Parts. A committed team has, as well as the efficiency of planned action, the indefinable power of synergistic action.

You will learn to :

- Understand the differences between a working group, a pseudo team and a real team; 
- Identify the qualities and characteristics of effective teams; 
- Determine the behaviors that will support the development of an effective team; 
- Get to know each other better in order to develop a new team consciousness.

Your Attitude is Showing

What is More Important—The Right Attitudes or The Right Skills?

For years the corporate world has been asking for people with good skills and work experience. However, the rules have changed. Employers now are focusing on how they can recruit the right employees, retain them and motivate them to achieve their maximum potential.

What is an Attitude?

An attitude is a mental position, a feeling or an emotional response to your environment that causes you to value certain experiences, people and activities and causes you to devalue others. It is a passion, a world view you have that was formed by genetics and your life experiences. You see the world through the window of your attitude.

Why Learn About Attitudes?

Building a positive attitude toward yourself and others starts with understanding your own attitudes and how they impel you into action. People often lack the words to articulate why they do what they do or why they feel the way they feel. When applying the principles in this seminar, individuals will understand why they make the decisions they make and why conflicts can arise. They will see why others view the world differently and value different things in life. Attitudes will open an individual’s eyes to a new understanding of themselves and the people around them.

The Six Attitudes

- Theoretical—A passion for the discovery of truth. The aim in life for a theoretical person is knowledge for knowledge sake.
- Utilitarian—A passion to gain return on investment of time, resources and talent.
- Aesthetic—A passion to experience the impressions of the world and achieve form and harmony and balance in all areas of like.
- Social—A passion to eliminate hate and conflict in the world and to assist others in becoming all they can be.
- Individualistic—A passion to achieve position and to use that position to affect and influence others.
- Traditional—A passion to seek out and pursue the higher meaning of life and achieve a system for living.

Benefits of Your Attitude Is Showing

- Understand your own drives and passion.
- Be able to recognize other’s attitudes and be able to see the world through their eyes.
- Communicate with others according to their attitude, you will powerfully motivate them to action.
- Appreciate the differences in each of us, learning to value positively instead of judging negatively.
- Understand the causes of conflict and be able to diffuse the situation.
- Experience a power of communication beyond what you ever thought possible.

Seminar Objectives

- Understand each attitude and the interactions of each one.
- Know which attitudes drive your life, actions and decisions.
- Understand other’s viewpoints and be able to interact convincingly by seeing the world through their eyes.
- Recognize and appreciate others’ attitudes.

Participants Workbook

This full color workbook is designed to enhance the “Your Attitude is Showing” seminar. This gives participants practical illustrations along with areas to take notes.

Attitudes—The Missing Link

Every organization spends time and money on training and development. This seminar will develop employees’ knowledge about themselves and how to communicate with others. Understanding why people do what they do opens up a whole new level of understanding and communicating. When employees learn where other employees are coming from, they begin to see each others’ behavior from a different viewpoint. Every employer should know the “how” and the “why” of every employee. DISC (How) plus Attitudes (Why) leads to powerful communication, understanding and decision making for your life.