Understanding Personalities & Insights

CHRM 1002

This seminar is also offered as part of the Human Resources Management Program.

This workshop has been developed to identify variations in personalities within the workplace. Participants will discover the normal differences in people concerning energy source, information gathering, decision-making and lifestyle based on the current HR models. Understanding Personalities will increase the participant's self-awareness, as well as awareness of the differences of others. The module will provide an opportunity for the participants to develop and practice improved strategies in communication, leadership, teamwork and conflict management.

In this workshop, you will use the Insights Personality Profile. This learning tool will give you a greater understanding of yourself, your strengths and weaknesses and how you project yourself to others. Find out what you can do to improve your relationships and how to develop yourself to make more of your life. The effect of the Insights Personality Profile is immediate and profound, and clients tell us they refer to it for guidance long after the training is over.





September 12-13, 2017 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Fredericton, NB $720 Register now

Don Arsenault is a retired professor and former department head of the School of Physical Education and Leisure Studies of the Université de Moncton. He is also a regular visiting Professor at the Université de Limoges in France since 1990.  Donald did his undergraduate work in arts and physical education at the Université de Moncton and at the University of Ottawa. He continued his graduate studies at the University of Alberta and at Florida State University.  Donald is a Master Trainer for the National Skills Program for Management Volunteers.  Don facilitates workshops and gives presentations on a regular basis in both official languages.    

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