The Color Code
A New Way to See Yourself, Your Relationships, and Life
Does your boss make you see red? Does your spouse have a tendency to prioritize fun before work? Do you have a friend that is too controlling? We each see life through different lenses. What color are your glasses—red, blue, white, or yellow?
The Hartman Color Code system is not about WHAT you do, it’s about WHY you do it. Participants will learn what motivates individuals to behave the way they do. This presentation will assist you in understanding the unique gifts, needs, and strengths that each “color” brings to a relationship. This fun and enlightening program will help you to communicate more effectively in your personal and professional lives. To learn more, visit www.colorcode.com.
The Color Code will make a difference in every relationship you have, starting with the relationship you have with yourself.
Understanding your colleagues and significant others in your life is critical to living a healthy life. Did you know that 85 percent of the people fired last year were fired because of relationship problems and the average manager spends 19 to 29 percent of his/her time resolving personality conflicts.
Color Code is a gift – a gift to understanding yourself. By understanding yourself, you are better able to understand others and build healthy, successful relationships and teams.
Pullman Regional Hospital has been using Color Code as part of new employee orientation for more than 20 years. Megan Guido and Carrie Coen are certified Color Code Trainers who are available to present customized workshops on Color Code to your workplace or organization. Call today for rates and details at 509-336-7390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.