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Working Effectively with Other Interaction Styles

Thursday, February 21, 2013
University of Richmond School of Prof & Continuing Studies, Community and Professional Educ University of RichmondVAUnited States of America  23173
Thursday, February 21, 2013
University of Richmond School of Prof & Continuing Studies, Community and Professional Educ University of RichmondVAUnited States of America  23173

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NEW! People have natural differences in how they choose to go about doing things. Understanding those differences help you, as a professional, achieve maximum effectiveness in the workplace with others, your peers, support staff, and upper management alike. All four styles - In Charge, Chart-the-Course, Get-Things-Going, and Behind-the-Scenes - have something to contribute. They also all have blind spots and natural sources of misunderstanding. By recognizing the strengths of each style you'll learn how to maximize the strengths of your own style, identify behaviors that will help you succeed with other styles, and communicate with others based on their own preferences, which will help you and them achieve business goals. You'll leave this workshop with the tools needed to implement more effective working relationships immediately!

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Thursday, February 21, 2013
University of Richmond School of Prof & Continuing Studies, Community and Professional Educ University of RichmondVAUnited States of America  23173
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