Behavioural Awareness in the Workplace & Understanding the Impact
Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at 7:30PM
Location: London Pub, 9724 Yonge Street, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4C 1V8
Fee: $15 plus a small Eventbrite processing fee
Everyone has their own understanding of what they consider to be right and wrong, good or bad behaviour in the workplace. An individual’s leadership style will depend on his/her own understanding of what they believe quality leadership to be, usually developed over time through observations, education and experiences, however, what we know we should do and what we actually do can sometimes be totally different.
Do you find yourself dealing with people differently depending on how they typically behave? Have you ever said the same thing to two people and got different reactions? With person A you can be clear, direct, and straight forward and they respond well but with person B, you need a softer, more personal approach to get the same results. Most leaders figure these things out through trial and error, but what if I told you there is an easier way?
By looking at the mechanics behind communication this interactive discussion focuses on understanding how behaviour impacts communication and leadership in our day to day dealings with people both personally and professionally.
Valerie Harrison is a seasoned facilitator and developer of communications and leadership training programs. Ms. Harrison was the co-owner of the leadership training firm The Management Development Group from 1996 to 2003, where she was a lead facilitator and program designer for communications and leadership programs. In 2003, she launched Centric Dynamix Inc. with refined and reshaped programs based on the same proven model. Valerie has facilitated hundreds of groups and is accustomed to training in union and non-unionized environments as well as public and private organizations. Ms. Harrison brings practical experience to training from her tenures as General Manager of Bendtech Inc. and Proform Inc. prior to her work with the Management Development Group and her leadership both inside the classroom and out exemplifies her high standards and professionalism.
Friends and family are also welcome; networking is definitely recommended.
*Note: Please drink responsibly and arrange for a safe ride home