It was designed to accommodate companies looking for solutions
Depending on the objectives that the company wants to achieve, it is possible to select the key concepts of ComColors model, which provide the best answer to the solution. ComColors adapts to business and not vice versa.
We communicate with others all throughout our lives, even though it's not always easy.
We each perceive the world in our own way, and sometimes we don't realize that not everyone sees things the same way we do. It's almost as if we each wear different-coloured glasses. Many of the problems we have communicating with others are due to differences in perception. Next time you come out of a meeting, take time to ask what each person retained as the key message and you will see that it is hard to get the same message accross in a way that everyone can understand and remember.
The way we communicate with others improves greatly when we become aware of our own communication (and perception) filters, and learn to understand those that other people use.
Once you understand and begin to use the concept of communication colours, you will see how it can apply to your professional and personal life:
- Managers get their messages across more efficiently.
- Sales people adapt their sales techniques depending on the colour of their clients' glasses.
- People who work in reception (in person or on the phone) and want to communicate effectively will now have the tools to do so.
Knowing how to deal with stress and emergencies is first and foremost knowing how to deal with oneself so that you can then deal with others.
If we're aware of the way we behave when everything is going well, and the way we behave under stress, we'll know how to act in any situation.
We begin by identifying our negative behaviors in order to eliminate them when we are under stress.The more aware we become of our behaviour under stress and the impact this behaviour has on others, the more we can channel that negative behaviour, deal with it and work towards eliminating it.
We then have to learn how to deal with others when a relationship goes wrong, by learning how to manage another person's negative behaviour in a positive way.
Conflicts often arise when people perceive things differently or hold a different point of view on a subject. Conflict rarely arises because of the subject itself. In reality, the way something is said or presented is most often the source of conflict. Without realizing it, we attach enormous importance to the way things are communicated to us, even though we believe we are just sticking to the facts. The problem is that this difference in perception can turn into negative or aggressive behaviour, and affect everyone involved.
When dealing with conflict, it is necessary to identify the communication filter (the communication colour) of everyone involved. Next, it's important to know what conditional or negative behaviour is likely to be exhibited by each colour, in order to manage that behaviour. The ComColors model will help you adapt to the negative behaviours you observe, so that you can find a win-win solution in difficult situations or relationships.
The ComColors model distinguishes between:
- motivation that comes from what we are doing, and
- motivation that comes from how we go about doing something.
These two types of motivation complement each other and allow us to understand why certain activities motivate us, and why we don't all approach these activities in the same way.
In a commercial setting, understanding these two types of motivation means that employees can be motivated on two levels, or, if necessary, only on one level, if there are time constraints. If managers are aware of what motivates their individual employees, their teams will be more energetic and will collaborate better.
Everyone manages time differently. Some people need to plan ahead, to organize their lives and to feel efficient by making the most of their time. Other people are just the opposite: they like to do things at the last minute, and always try to keep their options open. There are as many ways to manage time and priorities as there are colours on the ComColors diagram.
There is not one way to manage time. Instead, there are different ways to improve personal efficiency by being aware of the way you operate. What works well for one person might be counter-productive for another. The ComColors model offers you the keys to understanding the relationship we have with time and how to best manage it. You will also understand the importance of time for some people, and will learn to consider this information when planning a project or working in a team.
When the ComColors model is used in coaching, it offers a complete picture of an individual and allows the coach to consider a person's behaviour from different points of view.
It allows coaches to discuss subjects such as a their client's relationships with others, their organizational preferences, their motivation, and their career path.
Winning teams are often noticed once they've been chosen and are working successfully together.
The hard part is creating a successful winning team, or helping a team express its full potential.
The performance of a team is directly linked to the complementary nature of the individuals that make up that team, and their ability to work well together.
The ComColors model helps you create winning teams by identifying the complementary team members that are needed for success, and by highlighting the differences in the way each individual performs. Each winning team will have the resources it needs to meet its goals and each team member will know how to manage his/her relationship with the other people on the team.
Le E-Learning "Comportement sous stress" remporte le grand prix du jury 2012. Ce E-learning a été développé sous la marque ComColors et il peut être installé auprès de toutes les entreprises. Il suffit de nous contacter.
L'orientation étant d'actualité (l'ouverture des inscription en ligne post bac a lieu le 20 Janvier) France 3 se penche sur les différentes aides à l'orientation, le modèle Comcolors en fait partie. Le reporatge a été diffusé le mardi 19 janvier au journal du 19/20.
Comcolors peut s'adapter à des demandes bien différentes mais toujours dans le même but: mieux se connaître pour acquérir son potentiel interne.
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