Colors Seminars offer you…

  • Practical team-building tools
  • Effective conflict resolution methods
  • Employee & customer growth & retention
  • Expanded inter-personal & relationship skills
  • Easily identify the strengths & stresses of ourselves & others
  • Communication: ways to speak the ‘language’ of others
  • Learning how to implement a whole new perspective on life at work

“You can shift cultures in ways that classes and formal training can’t!

It’s been powerful for my team.”     L. McClelland, Executive Director U of A

Ready to use strategies – Results driven seminars

Affordable training that stands the test of time. Promising a lot and delivering even more.

Colorful Personalities

3rd Edition: Now a National Bestseller

Colorful Personalities: Discover your personality type through the power of Colors…

Results are not about products or sales. They’re about service and people. Always have been and always will be. Results certainly matter but relationships matter more; and when relationships deteriorate, results will decline, teamwork will disappear and turnover will increase.

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“I can honestly say your Colors seminar is THE most talked about, used and referenced tool I have ever seen in my 20 years of education. Today, years later, it continues to be the basis of our understanding, teamwork & cooperation.”    John Murphy, Principal

Colors Tools


Sep 2019

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The Two Sides of Micromanaging


On almost every list of Gold stresses are the issues of being told what to do, too much supervision or not enough trust to…

On almost every list of Gold stresses are the issues of being told what to do, too much supervision or not enough trust to get the job done. All of these are different ways of…

Sep 2019

03

Quit Or Persist?


When the going gets tough, who toughs it out and who quits? That was a recent study by Wharton School of Business. The study…

When the going gets tough, who toughs it out and who quits? That was a recent study by Wharton School of Business. The study was “Why top performers quit when the going gets tough.” It…

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