Purpose

A thought-provoking program that illuminates the connections between thinking preferences, interpersonal relationships, and team performance.

Your Takeaways

  • Learn how to influence others based on their preferences for analytical, practical, relational, and experimental modes of thought.
  • Understand the roles that people with different thinking preferences play in teams and organizations, and the best uses and drawbacks of different thinking styles.
  • Understand your own thinking preferences and how your default approach to problem-solving affects your abilities as a leader.
  • Use the framework to understand your team members’ needs and create a more effective environment.
  • Learn more about the ways your behaviors and tendencies are perceived by others.
  • Practice simple yet powerful techniques to work better with others and improve the outcomes of your work.
  • Create a development plan that enables you to continue refining your leadership skills over time.