During a three-day training course, you will learn how to find your own distinctive place within your company. Topics include: learning to look at and approach situations in a different way, strengthen relationships, improve communication, and help groups and teams excel. Upon successful completion of the course, you will also be able to carry out MyDrives analyses independently.

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Become a MyDrives consultant?

As we are convinced that the MyDrives course is of significant added value, we use the ‘you decide what you pay’ earning model, which works as follows. At the end of the third day of the course, you will receive a form on which you fill in the amount we can invoice. There is no small print – you choose the amount you feel is appropriate. If you do not like the course, fill in a low amount or nothing at all. Rest assured that our experience has taught us that participants rate our course very highly.

The three-day MyDrives course is for individual professionals who want to become even better. It is equally suited to result-oriented HR managers and directors who wish to make forward strides with their department or organization. More specifically: thinkers enrich their specific knowledge and gain new insights. Doers receive practical tips and examples to apply the MyDrives theory in practice. Emotional people learn about their social environments and to better understand the emotions involved.

MyHabits-
certifications

The MyHabits course is exclusively available to MyDrives consultants. This course teaches you to take your interaction with others and teamwork to a new and higher level by ‘Thinking differently’, ‘Pausing/Taking a break’, and ‘Doing things differently’. If you successfully complete the course, you will receive the MyHabits certificate and you will be able to access our digital SMS environment. Using these resources, you can schedule your custom assignments and send MyHabits 360° questionnaires. The participation fee is €1000 excluding VAT.

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