Whether it's successfully signing a new customer, persuading a colleague or co-worker to buy-in to your vision, or motivating your team to complete a project on time and on budget, much of the success or failure of your business hinges on getting the most out of your interpersonal relationships.
As participants in this workshop will learn, the starting point is understanding your own behavioral style & preferences, and then learning how to adapt to those of others so that they are agreeable, motivated and productive.
Atlantic Leadership Group CEO Edwards Holliday shows how to use the DISC Assessment (tm) to identify your personal tendencies and underlying motivators -- and use this newfound self-awareness to boost performance and productivity.
Holliday breaks down the four DISC behavioral tendencies (Dominance. Influence. Steadiness and Conscientiousness) and shows you ways each can be "flexed" to develop more effective interpersonal relationships with customers, colleagues and co-workers.
With more than 100 published profile articles on business leaders and what makes them effective, Edwards is an experienced business coach and facilitator. Edwards has experience in leadership development, strategic planning, productivity improvement, sales prospecting effectiveness, and personal goal setting. For the past 25 years he has helped more than 2,000 individuals in different service businesses develop their leadership and management skills, as well as set and achieve business, personal and life goals. Client include Wells Fargo Advisors, Morgan Stanley, Sheehan & Co. CPA, CohnReznick