Genuine conversations can improve the ability of teams to collaborate effectively.
This accelerates the process of teamwork to teaming.
In teaming, team members can learn and produce at the same time.
Acquire the communication techniques to overcome the interpersonal challenges of teaming.
We enable businesses to master the art of teaming by truly understanding themselves and those around them, leverage their color energies to converse effectively in diverse organizations designed and skilled for multi-culturalism, and collaborate more productively to achieve their business and personal goals.
In today's business teams, regardless of the level of diversity, inter-generational team members, a hybrid environment, corporate culture push, and a highly transient workforce, have exaggerated the diversity dilemma that creates dissonance, disruption and discomfort - productivity suffers, strategies fail and businesses are challenged.
We are informed by over 30 years of in-market, practical multi-cultural work experience, frontline business leadership of diverse teams in nearly 50 markets across 3 continents, developing multi-market, multi-cultural relationships, insights and teaming practices, powered by the simple application of tools based on the psychology of Carl Jung.
Our practice is powered by Insights Discovery®. We aspire to create a world where people truly understand themselves and others and are inspired to make a positive difference in everything they do. Converse in Color partners with Discoveryourself.com who brings over 20 years of Insights Discovery® delivery and coaching.
People build businesses
Genuine conversation --> good collaboration
'We' is more than 'I'
Teaming starts with an individual
Treat others like they would like to be treated
Over 30 years of practical multi-cultural experience across diverse organizations combined with over 20 years of Insights Discovery delivery and coaching
We start with a shared understanding of ourselves and other, using the Insights Discovery® tools based on the psychology of Carl Jung