Corporate Effective Communications Conference

"It was eye-opening to see how easy it really is to improve communication by simply understanding someone else's behavior patterns."
— Ron Holohan, ECC Attendee

We're often asked if we will come to your company to deliver training. The answer is YES.

For groups of 15 or more, corporate conferences are a more economical alternative to our public conferences. For those of you who have attended the public conferences, you'll notice we've reduced the length of the day in order to allow you to get back to your desk and catch up.

Attendees will learn, practice and implement effective communication using the DiSC model. We all have a natural communications style – how we “talk” when we are not thinking about it. Yet we can be far more effective when we can tailor our style to be more like the listener’s. Each attendee receives follow up emails to ensure that they get maximum benefit from implementation.

We guarantee it will be the best training experience of your life, and likely the best value as well.

Who:
We limit attendance to approximately twenty-five attendees. Everyone says they love the personal attention when conferences are smaller. If your group is bigger, we can use multiple days or additional presenters at an additional cost.

Where:
At your site, or at a convenient hotel. We'll work with you to make sure the available space is effective for the training.

How:
Email maggie@manager-tools.com or call her on (571) 336-6211

How Much:
$15,000 per day

 

Every Professional Productive

Our Agenda:

  8:00 – Welcome/Purpose

  8:05 – Agenda/Groundrules

  8:15 – Introductions

  8:45 – DiSC Overview
  9:50 – Break

10:00 – Communication Behaviors

11:00 – Break

11:10 – Observe Practice

12:15 – Lunch
  1:15 – Analyze Practice

  2:15 – Break

  2:25 – Analyze Practice 

  3:15 – Break

  3:25 – Tailor Practice

  4:15 – Break

  4:25 – Email Commun. Behaviors/Practice
  5:30 – Close and Open Q&A

Every Professional Productive

"Best 1 day of training I've ever experienced."
— Greg Joesten, ECC Attendee