When:
May 13, 2016 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
2016-05-13T09:00:00-07:00
2016-05-13T12:00:00-07:00
Where:
NCHRA Training Center
233 Sansome St #508
San Francisco, CA 94104
USA
Cost:
NCHRA Members $130 / General $165
Contact:
415-291-1992

WORKSHOP DETAILS

Qualifies for 3 General Recertification Credits
Registration: NCHRA Members $130 / General $165

SUMMARY

Would it benefit you and your employees to…
 
• understand the “why” of different behaviors
• learn how and when to adapt communication for best results
• improve communication with different (and difficult) colleagues
• promote appreciation of differences
• enhance individual and team performance…?

With over 40 years of proven reliability and over 40 million users, DISC remains one of the most trusted learning instruments in the HR industry. It is designed to both complement and supplement existing training programs.  Dozens of training and coaching applications worldwide use DISC, including organizational development and performance improvement.

In this engaging and interactive 3.5 hour program, you will:
• gain a better understanding of how this profile can help your organization
• learn new strategies for improving work cultures and individual performance
• realize your own and others’ key differences and ways to adapt to them.

Note: All Next Turn DISC certification graduates are welcome.  This program will offer you further ideas on ways to use DISC!

Included in the reasonable cost is a comprehensive Workplace-Teamwork personalized profile, wallet card and interaction guide… (total value of over $100). Your takeaways contain everything you need to communicate successfully with your co-workers and executives in your organization.

ABOUT THE PRESENTER

Working in senior management roles for 15 years prior to owning Next Turn, Jill McGillen learned the importance of influence. Now, her company mission is to help leaders and team members discover and utilize their strengths to help build productive and satisfied workforces. Focusing in the areas of effective communication, with managers and teams, Jill is a certified trainer, member of NCHRA and SHRM, along with being a work advice columnist with articles that appears online and weekly in many publications including the San Francisco Examiner and her work blog.

Client organizations in the bay area include Stanford University, Verinata Health, the City and County of San Francisco, Synopsys Inc., Golden Gate Bridge as well as other organizations in both the private and public sectors. Jill has been a guest lecturer at Golden Gate University and a guest speaker on several talk shows on the topics of workplace and management effectiveness.

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