Five Days (40 Credit Hours)
Ever wish you had a magic wand that could motivate everyone, including yourself? Do you have difficult people in your life? It could be your kids, spouse, co-workers, boss or clients. Wouldn't it be great if you could understand and motivate them much more easily?
In this course you will learn how to detect, interpret, and use the secret language of each of these seemingly difficult people to create deeper levels of rapport and motivate everyone more easily. By understanding the five elements of personality, you will learn exactly where and how to tap into an individuals motivation.
The LAB Profile®, developed by international trainer Shelle Rose Charvet, is a set of questions and a way of listening that anyone can feed into casual conversation or use as a formal survey for groups and it teaches us to pay attention to how people talk when they answer, rather than what they talk about. Even if a person answers the question indirectly, or not at all, he or she will reveal a pattern. As we become familiar with the questions and the kind of responses people give, we discover the patterns people use without having to actually ask the questions.
Upon completion of this course, you will receive LAB Profile® Certification through Success Strategies.
"(I learned) the importance of paying attention to how someone says something... using problem solving or visionary thinking." -Heidi M.
Who Should Take This Course
The course fee is $1500 plus GST.
Course materials will be provided on the first day of class.
The instructor uses lecture to cover theory. Role-plays and partner work are used throughout the course.
Program Certificate Credits
Upon successful completion, this course will count as 40 hours of specialized training towards ADRIA's Program Certificate in Conflict Leadership.
ADR Designation Qualification
This course qualifies as 40 hours of specialized training toward a Qualified Mediator (Q.Med) or Chartered Mediator (C.Med) professional designation.
Alberta's association of mediators and arbitrators.
Our main office is located in Edmonton: