The Journal Gazette says “Understanding Social Styles Vital to Success”

The Year in Social Intelligence, a round-up of articles and advice to help professionals start 2019 successfully Understanding social styles vital to success   Article shared by: LISA GREEN | The Journal Gazette Let’s be honest; it happens. You or someone you know has referred to a colleague as a jerk or incompetent. Or, maybe you think… Read More

Career Cafe Podcast on Behavioral Style with Nadia Bilchik and Dan Day

Nadia Bilchik’s Career Cafe Podcast What’s Your Behavioral Style? Nadia speaks with Dan Day, Director of Global Markets at TRACOM Group | The Social Intelligence Company about behavioral styles and how they can be better understood for greater effectiveness between different communication styles. Listen to the podcast here: Nadia Bilchik’s Career Cafe Podcast is known for its advice… Read More

Why You Shouldn’t Be Afraid of Feedback from a Multi-Rater

While self-assessments are inexpensive, quick and a good introductory way to learn the basics of any training program, the enhanced value of a multi-rater is undeniable. When individual self-perception is combined with others’ perceptions, a much-more accurate picture of an individual’s working style and relationships is achieved. TRACOM’s research has established that in more than… Read More

Practice Resilience and Gratitude this Holiday Season

The phrase “Tis the season to be jolly” can either be absolutely true during the holidays, or the complete opposite. For some, the holiday season brings happiness and good spirits. But for others, stress comes in many forms. This could stem from too many gifts to buy in a short amount of time, crowded stores,… Read More

Sgt. Bobby Waidler of Denver Police Recognizes Value of Resilience Training

THE REAL FACES OF SOCIAL INTELLIGENCE The TRACOM Group went on a client road tour this past year to collect the stories, successes and insights of our clients. The video stories collected include personal and professional anecdotes of how Social Intelligence programs — SOCIAL STYLE, Behavioral EQ, Resilience and Agility — have impacted the lives,… Read More

On-Demand Webinar: Developing Skills Employers Really Want

Learn how The University of North Carolina — and many other organizations — use TRACOM’s SOCIAL STYLE to develop critical Social Intelligence skills.  TRACOM CEO David Collins and UNC Kenan-Flagler business professor Judy Tisdale discuss the skills needed for success today and tomorrow. “Students find it workable and useable. They find it fascinating and highly… Read More


The excerpt below was taken from an interview with Enterprise Minnesota’s Abbey Hellickson; David Collins shares how “…giving employees better leadership skills might just cause them to stick around, too.” TRACOM contends that most leaders recognize that their organizations’ success is built on the capabilities of their people, but they don’t often understand how to… Read More


WHAT IS DIVERSITY? Most large organizations have made strides to increase diversity in their workforces, and many implement “diversity training” to help their leaders and employees be more aware of the issues faced by a diverse workforce. But too often this training fails to achieve its desired results, and can leave people feeling confused about… Read More

On-Demand Webinar: Versatility Powers the Future Workplace

Recruiters rank communication as one of the most desired, yet hardest to find skills, according to separate surveys from LinkedIn and Bloomberg. Even as we enter the age of artificial intelligence, the most sought-after skills are the ones that actually make us most human. Join a conversation with TRACOM’s CEO and Devon Energy learning executive… Read More

Social Intelligence Can’t Be Automated, Part 3

In the third and final blog of this brief series, Dan Day of TRACOM Group discusses the impact of AI on future employment and how Social Intelligence skills can help humans remain viable in a changing world. Social Intelligence vs. Artificial Intelligence Read part-1 here >> Read part-2 here >> …These biases evolved for good… Read More