In an earlier post, I talked about how nice it was to spend some time with Colonel Kelly Jordan and his staff at Culver Military Academy on April 12th in Culver, Indiana. I have a great deal of respect for the school’s mission and the unique way in which they develop the children enrolled there. Following […]Read More
On Friday, April 12, 2013, Culver Military Academy hosted Harmony Insights for a 3-hour DiSC workshop focused on identifying strengths and enhancing communication. Participants began by first learning about their own natural behaviors and preferred environments before getting a sense of how other people are uniquely motivated. Individual 20-page customized reports facilitated the process of […]Read More coaching, development, DiSC, workshop
Regardless of your resolution, make it start with you this January. Want to communicate more effectively, find or create more meaningful work, or forge lasting relationships? Perhaps you’re looking to get in shape, improve your financial stability, or simply establish a position of strength so that you may be of better service to others in the […]Read More DiSC, offer
Wonder what makes people tick? One co-worker appears eager to move from one challenge to the next, and another digs a little more deeply into the task at hand. One friend seems to thrive in a social setting, while the next avoids the spotlight at all costs. Understanding how these natural behaviors and preferred environments influence communication style may be your number one key to success in life and business. The applications are endless, and a Harmony Insights coach can put you in the driver’s seat.
At Harmony Insights, we believe strongly that “passion” and “career” can go hand-in-hand, providing consistent direction in life. In fact, our very company was founded on that basic assumption. So, why would you settle for anything less? We will work with you to uncover skills, strengths, dreams, goals, and an entirely new way of looking at traditional job search behaviors. Armed with a stronger sense of what drives you and a greater understanding of the differences between “job,” “career,” and “vocation,” your life and work may never be the same!