Building Relationship Versatility* Public Seminar
June 20-21, 2018

Chicago Area | $1,290.00


Outcome

Improve your interpersonal relationships to facilitate better communications with others.

Why Attend?

An interpersonal skills program designed to foster stronger relationship and increased collaboration, Building Relationship Versatility* helps participants understand and appreciate different styles of behavior, learn ways to build on style differences and improve your versatility.

Who Should Attend?

Managing Interpersonal Relationships (also known as Building Relationship Versatility*) is beneficial to anyone who wants to improve their interpersonal relationships.

What Will You Learn?

  • Understand your own behaviors and how you are perceived by others.
  • Understand the behavior styles of people with whom you interact.
  • Develop the versatility to adapt appropriately and effectively.
  • Gain confidence in your ability to communicate effectively in one-to-one and group situations.
  • Learn to recognize, develop and apply various versatility strategies with those who are in “back up” conflict mode to reduce conflict.

What Our Clients Are Saying About Managing Interpersonal Relationships (also known as Building Relationship Versatility*).

“I think everyone would work better and be more productive if they understood everyone’s styles.”

“I’ve talked this up to other people in my department and hope they will take it. I feel as if I have had a life changing experience.”

For more information, please call Marilyn Seidl at (630) 377-4300 x100 or (888) 668-9382

* A Wilson Learning Program


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