Your personality is your greatest asset. Pure and simple. The skills, passions, strengths you bring to the table are essential in achieving success. Here’s the real question, does your personality support or interfere with your professional development and success? Do you know that people with your personality type are likely to run into the same challenges you encounter in your work and family relationships? Do you know what there are other types than yours? And that each type has challenges of their own? And that those challenges often create difficult relationships in the workplace? Often making teams dysfunctional. Are you aware that each type has preferred communication styles? And addressing others in their communication style creates more effective work settings. These are all questions the seminar on “Invest Your Greatest Asset” will answer. Based on the PeopleMapTM Systems Personality Inventory, the seminar identifies the strengths and growing edges of four personality types in the workplace today: Leader, People, Free Spirit and Task. How individuals and managers utilize these strengths and minimize the growing edges heavily influences personal as well as organizational success. Benefits from the seminar: • Knowledge of the strengths and growing edges of one’s own personality type • Knowledge of co-worker’s types. • Knowledge of one’s own preferred communication style, • Knowledge of other’s preferred style. • Practical steps for communicating with co-workers. • Practical steps for building on strengths and minimizing weaknesses. • Techniques for reducing workplace tension. Ray Rife is certified as a PeopleMapTM Systems Trainer which he integrates into his Life, Transitions and Business Coaching for individuals and businesses. Many previous PeopleMapTM participants have found the seminar life-changing. Participants have said it’s given them and their teammates a greater understanding of themselves and their co-workers. Depending upon the time and needs of the group, the Seminar can be given is one hour, three hour and full day workshops.