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Understanding the impact of your own communication style as well as that of others is just the starting point of a good relationship. There is another important factor that needs to be considered. What motivates the other person, or in other words, what is it they want that is making them behave the way they do? Words, body language and tone of voice are all simple mechanisms that an individual might use to get what they want!
This is the first in a series of posts in which we will explain the most common personality language. DISC is the foundation of understanding for virtually every human personality type, and the science of DISC is proven and trusted all over the world as the benchmark in understanding human behaviour. Understanding your own communication style is the initial step towards better relationships
If you’d like to understand why you behave the way you do…. this report is for YOU! The TTI Success Insights® Behaviors and Motivators Report was designed to increase the understanding of an individual’s talents. The report provides insight to two distinct areas: behaviors and motivators. Understanding strengths and weaknesses in both of these areas will lead to personal and professional development and a higher level of satisfaction. The following is an in-depth look at your personal talents in the two main sections:
We are looking for a Learning Management System (LMS) professional to help our team oversee and maintain our server infrastructure and proprietary LMS system. This person will develop provided LMS content and create traditional PHP/Java based web services to implement into our global LMS strategy. The Learning Management Specialist shall provide technical best practices and recommendations to programmers and instructional designers for loading content onto the Learning Management Systems and will provide production and development support as a key member of the IT team.
Just in time for your September 30th RIBO CE requirements, this new course is accredited for 1 RIBO Management CE and 1 RIBO Ethics CE Credit.
This course is included as part of the ILScorp General CE Course Subscription. Guidance on the Fair Treatment of Customers
If you need to change your name on your profile you are required to verify your identity. We routinely ask members to verify their identities to help keep ILScorp members safe. In order to start the process, please fill out this form and submit the required documents....
FP Canada’s CE requirements go beyond maintaining technical competence. They are designed to support the maintenance and ongoing professional development required to continue meeting client needs. CE requirements include the following category: Professional Responsibility
ILScorp has released 3 new online RIBO Ethics courses for Ontario licensee’s 2020 RIBO CE requirements.
Each new course is approved for 2 RIBO CE credit hours.
Although the 2020 RIBO Ethics CE requirement is a minimum of 1 hour, RIBO allows a carry-over of one term’s requirements. So, you can complete an ILScorp 2-hour RIBO Ethics CE course and use 1 hour for 2020 and carry the remaining Ethic CE hour over for 2021’s requirements.
Understanding that stress exists in life/work is NOT enough to conquer it. As a member of ILScorp, we are offering you and your group complimentary Stress Quotient on-line assessments plus group reports and a summary analysis on 7 key stress sources. After assessing seven key stress sources, you’ll know which one is causing the most stress, and you’ll have prompts for how to address it.
Life and Accident & Sickness insurance agents, General insurance agents and Adjusters who hold a license in Alberta must obtain 15 hours of continuing education credits as a condition of renewing their insurance license.
Alberta Insurance licensees are required to demonstrate that they have completed 15 hours of approved continuing education courses for each class of license being renewed by entering all approved courses under their AIC profile. The AIC will conduct random audits to determine that certificate holders are in compliance with these requirements. All certificate holders must keep a copy of their CE certificates issued by a continuing education provider for a period of 3 years following the expiry of the certificate term and must provide a copy of those records when they become part of a random audit.