Interested in strengthening your relationships in the workplace, at church or even at home? We offer personal growth services for your business, school, government organization, non-profit organization, church or civic group.
Using material from Personality Insights, Inc., and other resources, we provide assessments and training that will help you discover your strengths, realize your motivations, and learn how to communicate effectively with others. As a certified speaker, trainer, and coach, Danny Glover can deliver a variety of trainings, all designed to help you understand yourself and others in order to build better teams, increase productivity, improve cooperation and reduce stress.
Training topics include:
Discover How to Understand Yourself and Others
Making Sense of Your People Puzzles
Teams At Work
How Different Personalities View Time
Coach Sylvia Hatchell Reflects on a History of Growth With Glover Consulting
As head coach of the women’s basketball team at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sylvia Hatchell doesn’t do much without a playbook. When she wants her team to take the lead both on and off the court, she relies on personality assessments and strategic training and coaching from Glover Consulting Services.
Danny Glover, president and CEO of Glover Consulting, introduced Hatchell to Personality Insights in the early 90s, just a few years after her arrival at UNC. The strengths assessment helped Hatchell see immediate improvements in what would become her first national championship team.
“You have to know a person’s personality and how to connect with them about problems,” Hatchell says. “When things get tough and tight, you need to know how to deal with them.”
Personality Insights offers various personal growth and leadership development tools guaranteed to help people better understand and work with one another. The strategy is based on the a personality assessment that identifies primary traits and blends and combinations of personalities with the staff and players.
Glover Consulting uses these tools and more to train individuals and groups to be influential and effective.
“Our services help empower leaders,” Glover says. “Our goal is to help people understand themselves and others, to build better relationships and be more successful in every area of life.”
And Sylvia Hatchell is no stranger to success. Inducted into the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2004, Hatchell has learned a thing or two about teambuilding.
“These tools really identify the right buttons to push as you have problems, of which so many of ours are under pressured situations, and how to deal with them and with the stress,” Hatchell says.
“You can spend a lot of time communicating,” she adds, “but if it’s not in the right way, you’re wasting your time.”