“How To Live And Work With People Not Like You” Bruce Sullivan Public Seminar
Have you ever just met someone and clicked with them straight away?
People naturally like people that are like themselves. The reality is that we have to negotiate, manage, work and live with people that will prefer to energise, take in information, arrive at decisions and live in the world differently to us. The old adage suggests that we should treat people the way that we would want to be treated. That’s great if we meet people that are like us! So, what do we do with the other 80% of people that are not like us?
This interactive workshop will enhance your ability to relate to ALL members of your team (and family!) and improve your understanding of what each team and family member can bring to the group in terms of different styles of thinking.
Embracing a variety of viewpoints and then learning how to more effectively understand and respect this diversity can, apart from reducing stress, lead to significant improvements in cooperation, decision making, employee retention, innovation, trust, productivity and most importantly individual and team wellbeing.
If you are interested in;
- Building tolerance through understanding yourself and others in your team and family
- Increasing communication effectiveness at work and at home
- Creating a building block for high performance teams, selling and leadership
then this is the workshop you must attend!
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“Dynamic and charismatic, Bruce has a direct line to our brain’s message bank.”
“Bruce’s seminar was great! Stimulating, funny, rewarding, and your organization and liaising were first class.”
“I heard Bruce present at a work conference and he re-energised, challenged and charmed us. So when I heard that he was conducting a public seminar I jumped at the chance to hear his message again and to take my friends and team mates along to share it. Personally, I loved it even more the second time around. I cannot stop thinking about his philosophy on life and what really matters. Bruce’s message is so practical and obvious, however the way he presents it makes you sit up, take notice and take action”.