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Real Colors® Training


The Power of Real Colors®

Imagine having the knowledge to truly understand yourself and others, without requiring years of study. Real Colors® is the key. Real Colors® provides an effective tool to understanding human behavior, for uncovering motivators specific to each temperament and for improving communication skills.

The Real Colors® Personality Instrument used in the workshop is presented in a fast, fun, interactive format where participants can learn how to quickly identify their own temperament or “color” and that of others. Using this powerful knowledge, they can develop more effective communication skills and build better relationships.

Real Colors® is easy to incorporate into all areas of daily life. It is the key to achieving higher levels of success, both personally and professionally.

The Power to Impact Communication

When an individual understands their color, they will be able to gain a more authentic view of themselves, as well as develop a better understanding of others. Communication and social abilities will be enhanced and opportunities for greater success will expand.

In the Real Colors® workshop, participants will:

  • Discover their personal strengths.
  • Learn to recognize the strengths of others.
  • Learn how to build rapport with people.
  • Learn the most effective methods of speaking to different people.
  • Learn to hear what people are really saying.
  • Discover the different ways individuals process information.
  • Learn to appreciate and value the viewpoints of others.
  • Learn how to apply Real Colors principles in all areas of their lives.

Real Colors® workshop overview:

  • 2.5 to 3 hours
  • 20-30 participants is ideal (smaller and larger groups may be possible) 
  • Active participation is required through small and large group activities

About National Curriculum & Training Institute, creator of Real Colors®

Since 1981, National Curriculum & Training Institute® (NCTI) has focused on understanding human behavior and the motivations behind it. Using that knowledge, they’ve created innovative workshops based on their exclusive Real Colors Personality Instrument. Throughout the years, over a million people have experienced the benefits of Real Colors. Today, NCTI has a reputation as a leading provider of staff development workshops that improve people’s communication skills while promoting personal and professional development. Their workshops are used by businesses, government agencies, non-profit organizations, educational institutions, and criminal justice agencies across the country.

www.RealColors.org  


To unlock the mystery of human behavior and experience the power of Real Colors® in your organization and start fitting those pieces together, contact Ann Wied today by email or call 262-548-7788!


Quotes from past participants

The research-based tool helped us all understand what roles we play on the job (i.e., peacemaker, organizer, pragmatist, energizer), what we seek on the job, take pride in and are stressed by on the job. The training offered fun interactive activities to meet the training objectives, and facilitation by Extension staff was excellent.” 
Ben J., Health Officer/Public Health Manager

"Working with Extension to execute the real colors exercise was both immediately enlightening and practically useful for communicating in the future. Our elected officials and staff learned to self-identify communication styles and the strengths and weaknesses within each other to both make adjustments on their behalf and when working with others in order to foster more direct and actionable verbal collaboration -- both one-on-one and in a team setting.
John W., Village Administrator


Contact Ann Wied, 262-548-7788

Extension Waukesha County * University of Wisconsin Madison * 515 W Moreland Blvd AC G22 * Waukesha, WI 53188


Civil Rights Statement: An EEO/AA employer, University of Wisconsin-Madison Division of Extension provides equal opportunities in employment and programming, including Title VI, Title IX, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act requirements.