Practical Psychology in Business:
How to quickly assess people and engage them effectively
Be more successful in communication and engagement with a quick and effective psychological assessment of your customers, colleagues, bosses, subordinates, and all other stakeholders. The program will introduce and let you experience firsthand a NEW INNOVATIVE instrument - The Birth Order Dynamics™ Model. This model applies the latest research findings in behavioral science to the workplace providing an easy to use business tool. The outcome - more collaborative teamwork, higher engagement, less “personality” conflicts, and increase in your personal and your team productivity.
Discover Secrets of Your Birth Order: Reality and Myths
ARE YOU THE OLDEST, MIDDLE, or YOUNGEST CHILD in your family? ARE YOU THE ONE and ONLY?
Did you know that the majority of US presidents and astronauts were firstborn sons? Are you aware that many successful business entrepreneurs and executives are middle children or that some of the greatest scientists, sales professionals, and comedians are the youngest in their family? Understanding Birth Order will help you discover many of your strengths and weaknesses. This awareness will allow you to resolve conflicts successfully and strengthen your relationship with yourself, your colleagues, and your family.
Participants in this lecture-workshop will look at their own “family programming” experiences and its impact on their adult lives. We will use the principles of birth order, and the related habits of perception and reaction, to develop a set of practical recommendations that will allow you to live a more fulfilling and rich life.
Relationships: Challenges and Blessings Based on One’s Birth Order
“Bill and I had already found a groove together. I was the idea man, the one who’d conceive of things out of the whole cloth. Bill listened and challenged me, and then homed in on my best ideas to make them a reality. Our collaboration had a natural tension, but mostly it worked productively and well” - Microsoft co-founder (and first born) Paul Allen describing in his memoir The Idea Man (2011) how he worked with its middle-born and reality-based CEO Bill Gates. It is a great example of powerful teamwork using the natural strengths of their Birth Order Stereotypical styles that led to the formation of one of the most successful corporations in history.
This program analyzes how people with different styles can work together and reach synergy through teamwork and create happiness in their personal life. It also visits potential areas of conflict, how to prevent conflict, and how to defuse existing conflicts in harmony with your Birth Order strengths.
This unique and insightful program provides a highly interactive, engaging, and fun learning experience!
Birth Order Habits in Action: Have you been secretly programmed for stress and conflict in your life?
It often comes as a surprise to find that your birth order (i.e. your early family life experience as an only child or surrounded by siblings) has helped you achieve and become who you are today, yet it has also secretly programmed you for stress and conflict.
Research shows that our birth order has significant impact on our behavior and relationships as adults.
This highly engaging presentation will show how recognizing these birth order habits and their significance can help us build a happier life and improve our personal as well as professional relationships.
Author and Presenter: Pavel Mischenko, MS, MA, Managing Partner, Leader Talent, LLC Pavel is a business trainer and coach by practice and a family therapist by training (MA, Syracuse University).
What former participants had to say:
“Resolved real office conflict using concepts of birth order. …Strategically think how to interact with co-workers born in different birth order than me”
“During any negotiation, it is very important to know and understand WHO you are negotiating with. This model has been a highly effective, powerful and often, critically important tool which I consistently use for a better insight and understanding of the individuals I am dealing with.”
“As a supervisor it opened my eyes and mind to look at the differences in employees and what motivates them. Not one size fits all…”
“I learned a lot how personalities are developed, and how they interact with people who have different personality types. Not only for other people but it was interesting to learn about myself and why I am the way I am”
“I appreciate to learn the types of “birth order”. Something I never heard of”
“Absolutely fantastic!” “Very engaging!”
Available in a variety of formats - short presentations, seminars or half/full day training