The Colorful Leadership session uses a variety of interactive activities and an assessment tool, Lumina Spark, to understand personal style and the styles of others. The unique approach to understanding self and others is based on the empirical research of the Big 5 and Jungian Psychology. The program uses a metaphor of color to describe personal style, making it easy for participants to quickly apply to their leadership style. Participants will explore communication styles, and perceived strengths and weaknesses, as well as their 3 personas: the everyday persona, the underlying persona and the over-extended persona. Exercises within the session are carefully designed to aid participants in exploring and uncovering personal truths surrounding interpersonal communication. They will be taught a positive common “color” language enabling them to discuss difficult feedback in a positive, more productive method. Time is spent exploring responses to stress and interactions with others learning how to use that information in an affirmative manner.
Session Length: 1 Day
Who Should Attend this Event: Executives and all levels of management personnel
After completing this course, participants will be able to:
Language of Color
Values of differing styles in leadership
Strengths and weaknesses
The Three Persona’s
Speed Reading Others
Action Planning – The GROWS Model
Requirements prior to taking the course:
Participants are required to go online prior to the course and fill out an online assessment that takes approximately 15 to 20 minutes. Instructions are emailed to course participants once and class roster is confirmed. All information is kept confidential.
Your facilitator: Jane Schuette
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