Implement DISC Profiling System

The DISC tool helps individuals better understand themselves and others in a specific work environment to strengthen team bonding through better understanding of self and others. Participants will receive a DISC Personalized Assessment that will reveal a person’s natural tendencies and behaviours when it comes to dealing with others and situations in their current work environment.

Your style is usually one dominant and 1 or 2 back-up styles:

  • D is Dominant,
  • I is Influencer
  • S is Steady
  • C is Conscientious

In the training you will find this personality profiling training session very helpful to every level of the organizations or even at personal level . After the course, it will be easy to pick out the types of your team members, friends and family members. The workshop not only teaches the four styles, but also teaches how to flex your style and communications to interface better with the other three styles.

It is also a good analystic tool to understand fellow collegues better in task allocation and also during interview session for part timer and full timer recruitment drive.

The course will cover :

Section 1: Behavioural Styles: Theory and Background
Historical Origins
Contributing Factors to Behavioural Style
The Trust Model
Behavioural Principles/ DISC Model
Relational orientation verses task accomplishment
Principles of Motivation

Section 2: Administration of the DISC Personality Profiling System
What to look out for – The Do’s and Don’ts
Paper & Pen administration vs Online Administration
How to Score and Tally
FAQ on Administration and Scoring

Section 3: Interpretation of the DISC Personality Profiling System
Characteristics of the High ‘D’, ‘I’, ‘S’ & ‘C’
What DISC measures
‘LOOK’ method of interpretation
Dominant motivation and fears of each style
What do the Graphs show?
Identifying Special Patterns and Blends
Steps to Graph Interpretation
How to distinguish between a person’s mask his/ her core self
How to identify when a person is experiencing stress
Blends: The ‘D’ blends, The ‘I’ blends, the ‘S’ blends, The ‘C’ blends

Section 4: Application of the DISC Personality Profiling System
How to Unpack the DISC Report to your client
Now that I know DISC – What’s Next? – 4 Behavioural Tools
How Do I Capitalize on my Strengths and Manage My Weaknesses
Case Study in Personal Relationship, Recruitment, Conflict Resolution, Teambuilding and Management
Personal Growth Areas
Team Interaction: How to Enhance teamwork among an organization’s staff

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