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Why Can’t We All Just Get Along? Understanding & Appreciating Our Differences - NO CE


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Category:
Human Resource Development |  Professional Development
Faculty:
Tina Hallis, PhD.
Course Levels:
All Levels
Duration:
1 Hour
License:
Access for 90 day(s) after purchase.


Description

Do you often hear people complaining about coworkers or other departments? Do you have talented people with the right skills who struggle to collaborate and cooperate as a team? You’re not alone. This can be a common situation when people’s values, beliefs and their approach to solving problems differ. The key is to help everyone understand that our differences aren't bad – they’re interesting and extremely valuable. 

In this course, Tina guides you through tools and activities you can use to help your people (and yourself) broaden their perspective so they can more easily cooperate, collaborate, and communicate with the people around them. This program explores ways to help them connect, from personality assessments to team building activities. When coworkers or team-members understand each other better, it's easier to appreciate their differences.
 

Basic Course Information

Learning Objectives
  • Learn what shapes individual perspectives and why people have strong reactions to those with different perspectives
  • Discover how knowing your personal style (personality type) can helps us improve our interactions with others
  • Explore tools and activities you can use to help broaden people’s perspectives leading to improved communication, collaboration, and connection

Major Subjects
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Communication
  • Teamwork

Course Materials

Faculty

Tina Hallis, PhD. Related seminars and products


Tina Hallis, Ph.D. is the founder of The Positive Edge. She is certified in Positive Psychology through the WholeBeing Institute and author of Sharpen Your Positive Edge:  Shifting Your Thoughts for More Positivity & Success.

Tina worked for 20 years in Biotechnology before discovering a new science called Positive Psychology in 2011. Seeing the powerful impact this information has on improving people and organizations, she decided to create her own company, The Positive Edge. Her focus is to share insights and strategies that help employees, managers, and leaders build their positivity skills. Studies show that increased positivity activates our ability to learn and make better decisions, broadens our perspective to see more possibilities, improves our interactions and relationships, and strengthens our resilience to stress and overwhelm.

Tina has had the opportunity to share this information with thousands of people from a variety of industries including government agencies, academic institutions, medical staff, financial institutions, biotech companies, manufacturing companies, sales teams, nonprofits, and more.
 


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