Learning - it's about creating the environment
Ntrinsx Facilitator Guide
The Ntrinsx Learning System, which consists of an illustrated Facilitator Guide, PowerPoints, Participant Workbooks and other aids, equips certified Ntrinsx Facilitators to engage people in the learning experience.
Understanding Self and Others
Conflict & Stress
Dealing with Change
Engagement & Accountability
Handout: Dealing with Change
Getting Started: Participants learn about the fundamentals of temperament theory and how it applies to their every-day life at work, at home, and in their social relationships. Participants will identify their own core values and the intrinsic values of others.
Communication: There are many ways that we communicate. Some are inappropriate, or worse, destructive. On the other hand, effective communication techniques foster trust, improve productivity and increase engagement. This workshop will expose the typical barriers to communication, describe how people communicate differently based on their color, and explain how to improve all forms of communication in the workplace.
Conflict & Stress: Conflict produces stress and stress leads to conflict. This workshop explains the causes of conflict and instructs on how to deal with it on an individual basis based on the temperament of the people involved.
Dealing with Change: Change is inevitable and constant. Some people seem to handle it well, even thrive on it, while others struggle with it. This workshop will show how people deal with change based on their temperament and describe ways to manage change while avoiding conflict and stress.
Team Performance: Performance management is a principal function of every manager or supervisor. Yet, it is notoriously neglected and poorly executed by most. Performance management doesn’t have to be so stressful. This workshop will show how to engage people and provide essential feedback and coaching in a way that respects the intrinsic values of both the manager/supervisor as well as the recipient.
We can learn because of teaching; we can also learn in spite of teaching, because teaching and learning are fundamentally different. Involvement is what makes learning stick.
Author: Learning Chaos