Workshops
Donna at Workshop

Donna at Workshop

The Winning Colors® Communication Behavior Identification and Change standard workshop is a three hour participant seminar lead by a certified trainer.  The length of the workshop can be customized from 90 minutes to eight hours based on a Winning Colors® organization training needs assessment questionnaire. 

Participants are moved through individual and group activities to learn to identify their personal communications behavior strengths and weaknesses and that of others using the Winning Colors® Positive Whole Person Profiling Process.  This is not a trainer certification workshop which is explained under the Certification page.

 
Workshop in Progress

Workshop in Progress

Description: Winning Colors® is a powerful and effective communication and decision-making tool for identifying the present behaviors required for success according to the situation at hand.    A working knowledge of Winning Colors® reveals the essential elements for situational leadership, team building, conflict resolution, sales and service, and communication in any inter-personal situation which will lead to confidence and success in both professional and personal relationships.  The Winning Colors® process is a whole person transformative approach to personal communication and development based on behavioral, client-centered therapy, locus of control, and neurolinguistic research.  It does not assess behavior and attach a label as though people are unable to change.  The Winning Colors® process is based on the research of the behavior paradigm: Identify and measure present behaviors, apply a treatment or plan of action, and then measure the resulting behavioral change. 

Jim at Workshop

Jim at Workshop

Present time behavioral identification communications cards are used in the workshop to assist participants identify both their own and others’ present thinking pattern, leadership and team building style, reasons for action and major communication style.

 Objectives:

Participants will be able to:  Identify their own and others communication strengths, to implement tools provided to meet their objectives and to develop effective performance

Participants will be able to identify their own and others present behavioral communication strengths

Participants will be able to identify the behaviors required to accomplish their objectives

Participants will be able to employ provided self-engagement strategies, tools, and exercises for developing effective performance

Participants will be able to immediately apply the process in personal and professional relationships