Throughout the course of your professional career you’re going to encounter many different types of people. Each of them will have their own quirks, their own processes, and their own mentalities, and if you want to survive and thrive, it is imperative that you learn how to relate and communicate effectively with all of them.
What is DISC?
The DISC Model is a basic, user-friendly theory of human behavior. It gives you a common language to better understand yourself and others. It does not judge good or bad, or right or wrong. DISC refers to the four core sets of behavior patterns (styles, languages); Dominant, Influential, Steady and Conscientious. The first letter of each of the patterns creates an easy to remember acronym: D I S C. The various combinations of the following four determine our own natural (native) DISC communication style (language.) No combination is better than another. Each behavior style has significantly different priorities and unique ways they live life and behave at work.
D-Dominant | I-Influential | C-Conscientious | S-Steady
The DISC Assessment is a simple, practical and highly accurate tool that measures and examines behavioral styles and communication preferences of individuals in their workplace environment. It measures “why people do what they do.”
It first helps us to focus on understanding our own communication styles, and then equally as important, how to enhance communications with others. It does not measure intelligence, values, or performance, but rather encourages us to explore all behavior styles and appreciate the differences.
Our DISC Assessment, Coaching & Training Program helps business people master relationship building through simple psychology and leveraging new communication technology.
We combine The DISC Assessment with targeted training and coaching to develop effective managers who foster teamwork, improve relationships with customers, recruit the right people in the right positions and increase sales skills and the understanding of all types of people.
Do you want to:
Develop effective leaders and managers?
Build high-performing work teams?
Strengthen relationships and reduce conflict?
Improve teamwork and communication?
Increase sales productivity and customer service success?