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Mon, 9 October 10:00-11:00

Personalities at Work

How can you make your bad relationships better and your good relationships great?

About the course

Ever wonder why there are some people who just don't get you and who you just can't understand? This session introduces you to four different personality styles at work (Driver, Analytical, Expressive, Amiable) and explains how to interact with each personality style. Engaged to an Analytical, working with an Amiable and as an Expressive/Driver, this understanding has helped Katherine countless times. By understanding other people's preferred communication style, you can minimise miscommunication and build strong, positive relationships.

Course Outline:

  1. Personality Assessment
  2. The 4 styles
  3. Different styles of communication


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Katherine Baker


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Master the skills to take your professional goals to the next level! IE Lightening bolt motif


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Creating Influential Messages

A great influencer is able to suggest their ideas in a way that makes the other person want to say yes!

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Next Session • Tue, 7 November 10:00-11:00
Dealing with Difficult People

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Next Session • Mon, 4 December 10:00-11:00
Voice Preparation

Learn how to control your voice to deliver your opinion, request or presentation with authority!

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Next Session • Wed, 6 December 10:00-11:00
Virtual Presentation Skills

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Next Session • Wed, 6 December 10:00-11:00
Getting to Know Your Voice

Most of us use them everyday, but how well do we really know our voices?