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Learn about the two common engagement mistakes that well-intentioned organizations make, and see how personality inclusion requires understanding how each personality type is motivated.
April 14, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Learn how a top-tier academic institution is helping their faculty build resilience during the pandemic and beyond.
April 21, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Next Element’s free workshop series began in April 2020 as an effort to provide support for leaders and organizations struggling through the pandemic. Since then our format has evolved and we’ve delivered over a dozen different topics. In an effort to provide as much value as possible, we are seeking input from our regular attendees. Join us to share your feedback and suggestions for improvement, and get a sneak peek into what’s ahead.
April 28, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Compassionate Accountability consists of a mindset, a behavioral skillset, and template for transforming any interaction. Join us to learn how we partner with organizations to change behavior and achieve results. Get your questions answered about working with Next Element to meet your goals.
May 5, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Compassion is what helps leaders build trust in their teams, navigate conflict productively, and improve culture. The more we live and work in the connection economy, the more a Compassion Mindset is required for success. Because Next Element has pioneered the behavioral measurement of compassion, we can help you identify candidates who have the right mindset for success. Learn the three switches of the Compassion Mindset, and ask the right questions to find out if your candidate’s switches are on.
May 12, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
In the wake of a deeply divided country, Conning, a leading global investment management firm, decided to publicly commit to fostering a diverse and equitable culture. Conning’s VP of training and development, Glenn Winfree, is joing Nate to discuss the importance of compassionate conflict skills in building a truly inclusive culture. How will you approach that next conversation?
May 19, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Next Element’s Compassionate Accountability fundamentals course is approved for CME by The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Royal Australasian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Hear from two of our certified trainers in Oceania about their journey to help medical providers improve their conflict and resilience skills during COVID. Ask your questions about application, implementation, and impact.
June 2, 2021. 3:00 pm – 3:30 pm (Central Time U.S)
Gardenswartz & Rowe’s Four Layers of Diversity model places personality at the center. Personality intersects with many of the more popular dimensions of diversity, yet most organizations are doing very little to translate awareness into action. Why is this? And what’s missing? Join us to learn why personality is such a powerful dimension of diversity. Leave with principles and best practices for building a personality inclusive workplace. BONUS: See initial data from our Personality Inclusive Workplace survey.
June 9, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
How we say something is often more important than what we say. A majority of miscommunication occurs because of non-verbal cues that either send mixed messages or aren’t aligned with how the listener is best able to understand it. Unfortunately, miscommunication can lead to false assumptions, unconscious bias, and unnecessary conflict. This presentation will benefit anyone who is in a role that requires crisp, clear and effective communication. By recognizing the role and impact of four non-verbal behavioral cues, learners will better understand why miscommunication occurs and how to how to align get communication back on track. Borrowing insights from the Process Communication Model, participants will receive tips for assessing and connecting with different personality types by adapting non-verbal communication behaviors. Applying the tips in this workshop will facilitate more effective communication and increased trust.
June 16, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Personality clashes are one of the top causes of workplace conflict. Personality influences how we perceive the situations, how we prefer to communicate, environmental preferences, how we are motivated, and how we sabotage ourselves in distress. Most models of personality raise awareness, but don’t teach new communication behaviors. Applying insights from the Process Communication Model, this workshop will help participants understand the everyday struggles caused by personality differences and provide new communication strategies to connect, motivate, and reduce conflict with all types. Leave with more confidence to turn personality differences into an opportunity for greater connection, innovation, and engagement.
June 23, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)
Aggressive personalities creates a toxic and unsafe work culture with compromised productivity, engagement, and wellbeing. Often, these same personalities are highly driven, passionate and productive as well. We can’t live with them, and we can’t live without them, which created a double-bind for many companies. Ultimately, your culture is only as good as the worst behaviors it allows. The solution lies in understanding the relationship between positive motivation and negative attention. In this presentation, participants will learn about the most common and predictable aggressive behaviors, what’s behind them, and how to proactively intervene to lower the toxicity.
June 30, 2021. 11:30 am – 12:00 pm (Central Time U.S)