Organizations that work with us become workplaces where people understand their personal and interpersonal strengths and drawbacks, and appreciate those of their coworkers; workplaces where leaders use these strengths and differences to increase harmony and productivity.


  • Increasing your self-understanding through use of tools like the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and Emotional Intelligence. This includes your preference for introversion or extraversion, how you take in information and make decisions, how you use time and structure, and other areas that impact work relationships.
  • Identifying these same aspects of co-workers, appreciating differences and learning how to deal with them
  • Skill development: communicating effectively, dealing with conflict, knowing what to do when other’s behaviors “trip your trigger”
  • Agreement on norms of behavior for ongoing working relationships
  • Coaching to help leaders promote harmony and increase group productivity

A Client Says...

We realized as we entered our seventh year in business, we were not having as much fun working together as we did in the beginning. …stress, communication and interaction issues. We contacted the Latitudes Group to help us with team building. They recommended we start with a Myers-Briggs personality type assessment and personal phone interviews with all team members. This was followed by a face-to-face training session and then working with management and project managers to provide coaching on communication and conflict management.

We all enjoyed….it was a real eye opener as we learned some important characteristics about each other and how we prefer to communicate. Following the workshop, there has been a new tolerance and appreciation of each other and our work environment has greatly improved.

Two months later, we are working well as a team, communication and appreciation of each other’s talents has improved and we are having fun again.

Vonna Cheever, Business Manager
Upper Deck Architects, Inc.
Rapid City, S.D.

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