Thinking and Communication Preferences for Change - using DiSC (Tasmania Virtual Event)
Times are 12.30pm AEST and 2.30pm NZST
Influencing others effectively relies on deep understanding of how people think and communicate.
Join the Tasmania chapter for this engaging and interactive speaker event with communications, training and coaching expert and consultant Rachel Moore, who will discuss:
- Human thinking and communication preferences
- How to identify the preferences of styles of those you seek to influence
- Practical tips and techniques for having better change interactions
Using this well-researched and validated model, Rachel will show you how to identify your own thinking and communication preferences and the styles of those whom you work and interact with.
Participants will take away practical knowledge and actionable tips to plan and facilitate better engagement and communication strategies.
Competencies the event relates to: Facilitating Change, Influencing Others, Communicating Effectively.
About our speaker
Rachel Moore is a professional, engaging and highly skilled designer, facilitator and ICF (International Coach Federation) coach with over 20 years’ experience across a range of industries. She is also the author of the book; Success with Less Stress. Details of her book can be found here.
Rachel works with individuals and teams to develop their communication, self-management and relationship management skills and to improve their professional performance and career success. Rachel Moore Consulting can enhance individual and team effectiveness, coach managers to lead with emotional intelligence and assist organisations to achieve their development goals.
- Times are 12.30pm AEST, 2.30pm NZST
- 60 minutes duration
- FREE for members, $45 for non-members
Members of the Change Management Institute please click here to register in Zoom.
Non-members please register and pay using the blue box below.
The zoom link will be emailed to non-members prior to the session.
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