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Managing People: Peoplemap Training Return to listing

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Effective communications and productive interpersonal relationships are paramount to effective teams and organizational success.  In this session, you will understand your own and each others style of leading, communicating and getting work done.  You will understand ways to be more effective, collaborative and productive both professionally and personally. You will gain insight into potential blind spots and learn ways to more effectively manage them.

Each participant will:
* Better understand their individual way of leading, relating to each other, solving problems, and getting work accomplished.
*Become aware of their own personality preferences in down to earth language:

 Everyone receives:
* A general description of their personality style.
* Strengths of their style
*Three things that motivate their behavior
*Potential weaknesses of their style.
*Ways to communicate more effectively with each type.
*Areas for potential improvement.

Open to current graduate & professional students and postdoctoral scholars. 

About the facilitator: Peter Metzner, MA, MPA, BCC is a Board Certified Coach and Peoplemaptm Trainer. He has facilitated hundreds of training programs for universities, hospitals, colleges, schools, non-profits, associations, professional offices and businesses. Peter has served as Vice President of Client Relations and Program Development for The Leadership Trust.  Before joining the Trust, he was employed by the Center for Creative Leadership, where he helped customize executive development and training programs for major businesses and corporations. Peter also teaches Psychology at Vance-Granville Community College, and has facilitated numerous seminars on High Performing Teams at UNC Chapel Hill, Elon and William Peace Universities.

  Location: Graduate Student Center, 211A West Cameron Ave
  Date: Wednesday, February 19, 2014
  Time: 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
  Sponsor: The Graduate School
  Price: Free
     
  For more information, contact the event administrator: Brian Rybarczyk brybar@email.unc.edu

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