Training for teams Power of differences in a team – higher quality of communication, taking personality differences into consideration

Team culture is the result of a combination of different personalities in a team and of what happens when they interact. This is where we can find an explanation as to why you work very well with some team members whereas working with others others may constitute a challenge; why despite carefully planned work on a project, there are problems with taking up personal responsibility for one’s scope of work and the common goal,as well as unexpected difficulties, such as decreased motivation, issues with communication, etc. These challenges are typical in teamwork and understanding differences in personalities is what helps to overcome them (DISC D3 model).

Power of differences in a team – fewer conflicts, more understanding

“Where there’s agreement, there’s power” (Dr. Sanford Kulkin, PeopleKeys). Agreement is exactly what a team needs to reach a common goal; however, agreement is not automatic consent to what is asked or expected of us. Agreement is believing in actions and decisions of a co-worker, usually someone who is different from you. And even though it might seem obvious, it is the fact of how different we are that creates challenges in cooperation which (sooner or later) occurs naturally in every team. How can the differences in a team be therefore translated into its strength?

The training participants will learn about the DISC D3 model in practice, increase their awareness of not only what kind of style of communication and behavior they have,but also what value they bring to a given team, what motivates their decisions and gives them satisfaction at work and how various personality profiles influence one another,in order to create a well-coordinated team..

The team will experience how the similarities and differences in their profiles might manifest in day-to-day cooperation and how they might influence people similar to them and, even more so, people different from them. Under the supervision of a trainer, the team will have a space to talk, reflect, to better understand themselves and each other and to develop a cooperation contact – behaviors and attitudes supporting a common goal. Information flow and communication within the team are reaching a higher level.

Why should you order the training for your team?

Increasing the quality of communication

We communicate better when we understand the differences in communication styles

Increasing the engagement

People engage in joint work when they feel listened to, appreciated and when they are doing what they are really good at

Preventing misunderstandings

By understanding your and your co-workers behaviors and motivations, we focus on what really has happened and not on what we think has happened.

Developing a cooperation strategy

The team works better when they agree together on what kind of cooperation they need and what they find unacceptable.

You don't know what DISC D3 is?

Why do people do what they do and say what they say? Why do they make certain decisions? Why do you work very well with some team members whereas working with others may constitute a challenge and what can be done about it? Why do some stick to the arrangements while others can change them overnight and what attitude should you adopt in such situations?

You’re wondering whether the Power of differences in a team training is for you?

The Power of differences in a team training is the right fit for you if:

You want to ensure a high communication level in the team

You want the team to better understand the intentions of the leader, and the leader to better understand the intentions of their co-workers

You are looking for an idea on how to teach your team respond to misunderstandings

You want more respect and constructive feedback in your team, and less emotions

The Power of differences in a team training is not for you if:

You do not believe that the quality of cooperation in the team translates into how they reach goals

You expect changes from others, but definitely not from yourself

You expect one training on communication to solve all cooperation problems

You think work is work and there is no space for emotions or an individual human being

Power of differences in a team. How to translate individual needs and motivations into value and the common goal?

In the book you will find the answer to questions such as:

See what others say about us

DISC D3 surveys are not only a scientific behavior model and a psychometric tool intended for use in any HR process, but also a philosophy of cooperation and an approach to human beings.

No data was found

Learn how our solutions make your everyday business life easier

Once you fill the form
we will contact you within 24h - we work really fast 🙂