The first step in unraveling any challenge in a relationship is to improve upon the skill of personal awareness. Once this skill is developed, a genuine appreciation for others develops. This is when the ability to lead, inspire, encourage, motivate, negotiate and persuade becomes a reality. During this session, each participant will receive and refer to a personal integrated behavior-motivator assessment and take part in group discussions and exercises to improve interpersonal communication. Once insight on how and why their own style of communication varies among specific people in various situations, positive relationships are established. Next comes the long-term positive results of collaboration. Key Learning Objectives: How to be a student of non-verbal communication and tonality. Adapt your behavior style to meet the behavior styles of others. Build positive relationships with those considered to be your adversaries.