One of the most important things in communication is to hear what isn’t being said. Successful leaders have a great ability to connect with and influence a wide range of people. This workshop teaches you to perceive subtle differences in individual personality types to more effectively communicate your authentic message.
We all have strengths and weaknesses in our personalities. When we understand what those areas are, we can deal with the challenges we face and become vastly more effective as leaders.
The Leadership Process: Motivating Dialogue (LPMD) program is distinctly different from that used for our Motivating Achievement (LPMA) workshop. It’s more personal. You gain a depth of understanding of yourself that is truly profound. How you became who you are. What factors make you unique in relation to everyone around you. We help you identify the difference between your personality and those of others so that you can relate more easily to people in your circle of influence.
The LPMD Model, developed by Dr. Taibi Kahler, was used to predict which NASA Astronauts would work together most effectively under stressful situations. It has proven just as relevant in the world of business.
How you will benefit
A significant number of people have said that this program has changed their life. You’ll learn why some aspects of your personality could be pushing people away, and why other aspects lead you toward greatness.
You’ll feel really listened to, perhaps for the first time in your life. In this process, you’ll discover how to make changes that develop your personality to become a better version of you. You’ll leave feeling validated and encouraged and ready to take advantage of your full potential as a leader.
Over the course of the workshop we will help you answer the following questions:
- Why do I communicate more effectively with some people than others?
- How can I become more influential with a wide range of audiences?
- What are the causes of miscommunication and how do I make sure it happens less frequently?
- In what ways should I change the language I am using to resonate with any person I’m talking to?
- How do I invite effective communication from others?