FAQ’s about participation
Personality Typing dates as far back as 400 B.C. which is to say we have been lumping and sorting people into like groups for as long as most of us can remember. Nowadays, Personality Typing tools are used daily by Corporations across Canada to help their employees be more productive and successful in their careers.
One of the tools I use is True Colors and I’m asked all kinds of questions when someone is thinking about hosting or participating in a workshop.
To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.” Ralph Waldo Emerson.
The top 10 participation questions
1. Who is True Colors designed for?
Any group that wants to improve their relationships, including; individuals, groups that work together, sports teams, families, couples on the verge of marriage married, couples already in long term relationships –
2. Is True Colors just for Corporate Teams?
No, any group of people that work together will benefit from a True Colors Workshop
3. Is there a True Colors workshop for couples?
Custom workshops can be delivered (contact me for details)
4. Do men participate in these workshops as enthusiastically as women do?
Men aren’t any different than women when it comes to participating in Workshop settings. Some jump right in while others take a little time to warm up.
5. Can a group of people who don’t know each other participate in the same workshop?
Yes. You’d be amazed at what you will learn about yourself and some of the people you know
6. Can a True Colors workshop be done for a couple of people?
No. The point of the Workshop is to learn about all the types and that is best achieved when all the types are represented in the room and are able to speak about their Type Color experiences. But if you want to learn a little more about True Colors try some of our quizzes
7. Can Sports Teams participate in a True Colors Workshop?
Yes. Any group of people that have to work cooperatively together will benefit from a workshop
8. Does the whole team have to take the workshop? What if a few people can’t make it?
It is better if the whole team participates, otherwise the one’s left out, won’t have the benefit of the learning and new found language.
9. Would True Colors be good for families to take together
Yes. It can be very helpful to appreciate the different ways we communicate our needs (but the children need to at least be in high school)
10. I don’t enjoy workshops, can I take True Colors on my own?
No. See response to question 6 above