|Dates Offered||Time||Location||Target Audience|
|May 24, 2023||9 a.m. – 12 p.m.||In-Person Class|
Link in the Loop Building
L&D Training Room (RM 301)
621 N. Skinker Blvd
St. Louis, MO 63130
|All WashU Staff|
An important note: This class session is being offered in-person at the Link in the Loop Building. If you’re interested in virtual learning opportunities, please browse our course schedule for other sessions.
The differences between people are a major source of friction. At work and at home, success and happiness depend on relating to others across a chasm of significant differences. If you could figure out how to bridge the gap between yourself and others, you could make your life – and theirs – much easier, happier, and more productive.
This workshop discusses how you can manage the differences in ways that enhance your relationships, increase your productivity, and add richness to your life.
- Understand how ‘Social Styles’ will help us have better relationships
- Map ourselves against the ‘Social Styles’ to understand ourselves better
- Explain the two dimensions of communication styles
- Discuss the traits of other Social Styles
- Understand Styleflex and when to use it
- Demonstrate how to work well with other Social Styles
- Use Social Styles to build positive relationships.
Facilitator: Edie Covington
An important note: This session is being held in-person at the Link in the Loop building.
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All programs are subject to change.