The Secrets of Working Successfully with Different Personality Types Employees

Learning Overview

One of the most challenging aspects of leaders and HR is working with different employee personalities. A good leader or HR needs to know how to get the best out of the employees and what de-motivates employees to develop and lead a successful team.

In any workplace you are in, everyone acts, thinks or behaves differently. Such differences can lead to conflicts, unhappiness, misunderstanding or stress which can lead to unproductive situations. Why are we different? 

To understand, one needs to be self-aware of his/her personality, and only then it becomes apparent as to why others are different.  Knowing oneself and understanding others to develop a better relationship is the key to success in an organisation.

This program is designed to use a personality instrument to help you understand personality types. This instrument also contributes to enhancing the understanding of preferences, motivation and needs of the different personality types and use the knowledge of the various personality types in the workplace to develop better relationships. This knowledge can also help to establish a better relationship in the social life or with family members.

Learning Objectives

In this 1-day workshop, participants will be able to:

  • Develop positive working relationship with strong interpersonal skills
  • Understand the different personality types
  • Understand preferences and accepting others who are different
  • Understand how preferences affect us in the way we work, communicate, motivate, and make decisions
  • Apply the knowledge to develop a better relationship in the workplace

Learning Outline

The workshop contents include:

  • What is personality?
  • Understanding how different personality is a gift that enhances productivity and effectiveness
  • How personality affects people taking in information and making decisions
  • Improve communication in the workplace with impact and empathy
  • Understanding and respecting employees with different personalities to develop and inclusive culture
  • How to create better working relationships and minimise conflicts

Who Will Benefit

HR Professional, Managers, Supervisors, and Team Lead

Training Methodology

Using various techniques of training methods such as facilitation, simulation activities and group discussion.

Profile of Trainer

Beng Teck has more than 25 years’ experience working in the multinational company as well as in SME. Actively involved in Human Resource Development and had wide varieties of experience in different positions from Account Management, Operation Manager to Acting Director of Learning and Development Asia Pacific in a multinational corporation.

He brings with him a wealth of experience working with people from all levels of the organization and different business functions in companies across Asia Pacific. He is experienced in developing and managing Talent Management program, and was involved in developing and implementing interventions for organisational performance. Beng Teck travelled extensively in Asia Pacific, leading in the development of learning curriculum for roles based on competency and skills assessment.

He had conducted training, as well as facilitated training workshops in Singapore and various other Asia Pacific countries, focusing in areas of performance management, project management, consulting, leadership and management, teamwork and other soft skills. He is highly energetic, and has a strong passion for developing people, thus quickly engaging his participants.

Duration

1 day, 7 hours

Training Methodology

Using various techniques of training methods such as facilitation, simulation activities and group discussion.

Other Information

  • SkillsFuture Funding available
  • There will be additional cost SGD40.00 for the personality instrument.

Course Calendar

Schedule Dates Duration SHRI Member Non-Member  
15 May 18 1 Day  S$350.00 S$430.00 Registration

Course fees are subject to the prevailing GST charge. All information is correct at the time of publication. SHRICORP reserves the right to amend any of the above information if necessary.

 

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