LiveWell At Work presents Optimizing Human Capital in 2016
Throughout 2016, LiveWell At Work will be presenting a series of educational resources to help Upstate employers understand and maximize their largest asset – their employees.
The first in this series is our February 18th Winter Roundtable, entitled Empowering Employees through Understanding Behavior Styles. This opening 2016 event is the building block for each session to follow; with each subsequent event, the conversation will revolve around understanding your behavior style, how you interact with other behavior styles and how understanding these styles can help you optimize human capital in your workplace and life.
Each attendee will take a DISC Personal Strengths Profile, a tool that can be used at no cost in your workplace.
The DISC assessment profiles an individual’s spectrum of behavioral traits, highlighting both strengths and limitations, describing how you behave in your natural environment and when you feel you are being observed. Understanding the natural and adaptive styles of those you manage or work alongside can be very valuable in creating success in your workplace, and understanding employees behavior styles encourages productivity by aligning roles and responsibilities accordingly.
Renee Alexander, an organization development consultant at Greenville Health System, will be the facilitator and presenter of our opening roundtable, wherein she will help attendees understand their own behavior styles. Please join us next month to learn more!
LiveWell at Work’s Winter RoundTable
Empowering Employees through Understanding Behavior Styles
February 18, 2016, 11:45 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
Bon Secours St. Francis Health System, Millennium Community Room
2 Innovation Drive, Greenville, SC 29607
The $10 registration fee covers all materials and lunch sponsored by Babaziki’s.
Registration is required; visit atworkwinterroundtable.eventbrite.com to learn more.