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What Color is Your Personality?™ (see additional variations)

What Color is Your Personality? by Carol Ritberger

What is it that makes the difference in why and how we relate to other people? Learn how personality is that “automatic pilot” in each of us that creates a bridge to understanding. Personality represents our attitudes, beliefs, thoughts, emotional reactions and coping mechanisms. Based on the work of Carol Ritberger, PhD., learn what color you are – Red, Orange, Yellow, or Green. Use this information to enhance your emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being, and create stronger communication in your professional life. Understand your own strengths and the strengths of your co-workers and experience less stress in the workplace.

Presentation Objectives

  1. Greater understanding of neurological qualities that drive how we gather information and make decisions
  2. Increase communication skills with those who gather and make decisions differently
  3. Understand how we are different and increase tolerance for differences

Presentation Length: 2 - 3 hours

FOR ADDITIONAL TOPICS ADD ONE HOUR FOR EACH MODULE – OBJECTIVES ARE LISTED BELOW:

Communication

  • Understand how we are different in our communication
  • Learn what other personalities need to receive communication most effectively

Dealing with Difficult People

  • Understand how we are different in our in our bottom line needs and how that can lead to conflict
  • How to avoid power struggles

Teambuilding

  • Understand how we are different and what strengths each personality brings to the team
  • How to support each other in bringing our strengths forward

Workstyle

  • Understand how each personality sees Time, Tasks, and Workflow

Managing Others

  • Understand the strengths of yourself and of those you supervise and manage
  • Learn how to communicate what needs to be accomplished and achieve results by understanding the differences in how each personality receives communication

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