The persolog Personality Factor Model describes human behaviour on the basis of the four behavioural patterns dominant (D), influencing (I), steady (S) and cautious (C).
Learn to consider your own and other people's patterns and see how communication and cooperation becomes much more easy!
Different people show different patterns of behaviour.
As simple as this is, as difficult it may be if those patterns differ significantly from our own patterns. We might have the feeling that we cannot reach the other person, and that we're not able to get a mutually benefial communication going. Frustration, anger and conflicts are frequently the consequence.
But how can we overcome these negative emotions and that gap in communication?
First of all, we need to develop a clear picture of our own preferences regarding work tasks, communication style, level of detail, risk vs. security, publicity, etc. At the same time, we have to learn which other patterns of preferences exist, and which benefits are associated with them.
An attitude of appreciation and understanding is the basis for addressing the more practical questions of everyday life: How can I adapt my own style of communication in a way that makes it easier for the other person to accept and consider my message?
We will make use of persolog Personality Factor Model (D-I-S-C) to address these questions during the workshop. The roots of the D-I-S-C concept were developed back in 1928 by William Moulton Marston, and the concept has been refined continuously over the decades by various researchers.
Taken together, the workshop helps you to
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Holding a PhD in biology and having several years of experience in international business development, Bettina currently follows her passion for people, personal development and communication as a trainer and coach.