Elevate BDG uses advanced assessment technology to effectively “map” an individual based on their behavioral profile to give you a better understanding of employees. With the use of two powerful assessments, we will help you to understand why your employees make decisions that they make, how they communicate, how they perceive the world, and what they are capable of doing. It’s time to take a deeper look into each member of your team to create a cohesive, productive, & motivating culture for all! Each assessment is paired with a 60-minute debrief, with a trained DISC and Motivators professional who will analyze your results and provide you with valuable insight that will help your employees communicate better and work more efficiently as a team.
Have you ever wondered why a co-worker has a completely different methodology in completing the same task as you? In the end, the results are the same, but the route you each to get there is completely different. You may ask yourself, “What is wrong with this person?” or “Why would they do it that way?” This here, is the perfect example of Behaviors & Motivators and it is known that when you have a better understanding of what an individual brings to the job (their behaviors) and what they are motivated by (their motivators), they will work more cohesively & be able to communicate more effectively with the individuals they interact with, both inside and outside of the work environment. Whereas the behaviors illustrate the HOW of our actions and decision-making, the motivators explain the WHY behind your actions and passions and focus on a person’s worldview and what they value in life. It examines the passions that lead to action, helps us understand how a person either values or judges particular situations or relationships as well as the world around them.
DISC is an extremely valuable tool, but it’s not the only tool you need to understand human dynamics. When we only use a single-dimensional assessment, we only have one perspective to understand people. By combining the DISC profile with the Motivators assessment, we can suddenly understand WHY a person moves into action and HOW they will attempt to satisfy these motivators. With this combined information, we can start to understand why two people with the same motivators will go about something in a very different manner. For example, a person with a strong “Social” motivator with a high “D” behavioral style will likely want to help others but will do so in a direct and forceful way, while a person with the same strong “Social” motivator and a high “S” behavioral style will likely help others by being patient, supportive and sharing. With a multi-science approach, we have a more complete understanding of an individual and we can develop plans to help them be more effective – personally and professionally.
The Emerging Leaders Series is a two-part series designed for emerging leaders, team leaders, new supervisors, and first-level managers. Part one of the series is a three-hour Management and Leadership course that will help new leaders understand the challenges and requirements of their new role, as well as the importance of harnessing the mission and vision of their work unit and how it supports the larger organizational goals. Part two of the series is a Self-directed Leadership course, where participants will internalize the four pillars of self-leadership and to make meaningful, empowered choices while taking action to get where they want to go.
No matter who you are, no matter how powerful or productive you might be, you’re nothing without a team behind you. An effective team will not only empower you and your project, but it will increase your abilities many times over. Teams have to work like a well-oiled machine if they are going to be productive. This training will help you communicate and collaborate with team members to get the results you need. This training is totally interactive. Participants will work in teams competing against each other using the dynamics of leadership, teamwork, communication, and collaboration. Through planned exercises and challenges, each team will compete against the other to complete the challenges.
Sometimes an entire division or pocket of the workforce can prove difficult for managers and supervisors. What do you do when the problem extends beyond a single individual? Elevates trainers and coaches will help managers identify the root of the problem and the best ways to address it without inflaming tensions. This can lie in behavior clashes, unfair workload, communication problems, or other underlying issues. By taking a comprehensive approach, participants will learn how to uncover and meet the problem head-on in a way that satisfies all parties.
Elevate’s Interpersonal Skills training will teach participants how to effectively communicate within a team environment. Communication skills must be learned. Most often, poor communication and behavior styles need to be corrected and replaced with approaches that are more conducive to creating harmony in the workplace. Successful navigation of every scenario within a team environment is crucial to making sure that everyone feels accounted for and that as a team the message is clear.