In every organization, there is a hidden diversity—the diversity of Social Styles. Leveraging Social Style differences can lead to more effective collaboration, productive relationships, and greater productivity and business results. Recognizing others’ work preferences and adjusting to them allows for more efficient communication and the persuasive ability to influence others. Improving versatility reduces tension in relationships and enables people to focus efficiently on the task and work to be done.

Program Overview

Researched and developed by Wilson Learning, Building Relationship Versatility: Social Styles at Work (BRV) is built around a four-quadrant Social Styles matrix. After being profiled, participants are assigned a Social Style, interpersonal versatility rating, and specific versatility behaviors. During the workshop they learn how to identify others’ Social Styles and, based on understanding their own and others’ style, learn to modify their own behaviors to communicate more easily and effectively with others. During this 2 day workshop, participants will focus on the following key learnings:

The Business of Versatility
How to define the importance of versatility and the benefits it can have on work.

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