We meet so many people who (thankfully) leave our Clarity4D training events having had a fantastic learning experience, yet they then get sucked back into the manic day-to-day of working life.
As we work with many of you to deliver Clarity4D development, we think / feel (geddit?!) that it’s our responsibility to give a few pointers on how to keep the learning alive for you and your team.
The following links contain simple instructions to a few activities you can carry out with your team to make sure that learning from the Clarity4D profile continues long after the learning event.
Communicating with Impact
A great follow-up activity to any Clarity4D event. Ever wondered how you could better tune in for even more effective communication with your team? Or how to tell those around you exactly how you’d prefer them to communicate with you? Well, now’s your chance to find out! Get in touch if you’d like us to send you the PowerPoint version of the template so that you can make your own communication matrix for the team.
Talking About Clarity4D
Lots of teams ask us “How can we keep the focus on Clarity4D once the initial buzz dies down?”…and the answer is often to simply keep talking about it! In this activity, you’ll find 10 talking points to use during your team time; either all at once (although that might take a while), or you could pick out a couple to put on each agenda across a few team meetings.
Your Value to the Team
This is one of our ultimate favourites, because it gives each and every team the opportunity to do something that they seldom do: offer each other positive and constructive feedback! Find out what your team sees as your biggest value…chances are, you’ll be surprised.
Dig in and have fun keeping Clarity4D alive! You can keep up-to-date on new activities and materials that are added from our resources page.
Get in touch if you would like to discuss the activities in more detail, or if you would like some ideas on other ways to keep Clarity4D alive. Find out more about the Clarity4D training that we offer.
At Right Trax Training, we’re into personality profiling to support personal development…but we often see them mis-used and abused!
We provide many people with development in the form of Clarity4D and MBTI training and workshops. If you’ve had experience of such types of personality profiles, you may be familiar with a few (understandable) misconceptions. Such as:
- Being subjected to receiving a profile from someone with limited knowledge of what they’re talking about…
- …which can lead to being ‘told’ that you are in a certain box and forever that way it shall be… (a quick online search through the forums easily confirms this)
- …which can lead to nervousness and suspicion about these profiles, particularly when they’re used for non-developmental purposes.
Let’s be clear – we regularly see that they can be abused and they can be mis-used. For example, we are always adamant with our clients that they are not used for recruitment, selection or de-selection purposes; there are plenty of great competency and capability tools out there, but personality profiles measure our preferences rather than our ability. We only wish some of our competitors were as scrupulous.
When used in the right way, the learning from personality profiles can open our eyes to how we are all different. We look at the world in different ways and this understanding of perception is the cornerstone to then being able to adapt our approach to connect more successfully with each other.
Sure, we all have our preferences – our modus operandi – yet we each have the capacity to adapt our style and approach depending on the situation…if we so choose to.
At Right Trax Training, we’re also careful to avoid the common mistake of assuming those with very different or opposite preferences will automatically clash. It’s something we work hard to educate on and live up to day-to-day.
Read more on how we work through potential clashes at Right Trax Training to use our opposing preferences to compliment each other!