What is DISC?
DISC is a Personal Assessment tool used by many people every year to help improve teamwork, communication and productivity in the work place.
What does DISC mean?
The DISC Personality System is the universal language of behavior.
Research has shown that behavioral characteriscs can be grouped together in four major groups. People with similar styles tend to exhibit specific behavioral characteriscs common to that style.
All people share these four styles in varying degrees of intensity. The acronym DISC stands for the four personality styles represented in the image below.
D (Dominant, Driver), I (Influencing, Inspiring), S (Steady, Stable), and C (Correct, Conscientous).
Knowledge of the DISC System empowers you to understand yourself, family members, co-workers, and friends, in a profound way. Understanding behavioural styles helps you become a better communicator, minimize or prevent conflicts, appreciate the differences in others and positiely influence those around you.
Why use DISC?
DISC Assessments are used in thousands of organisations around the world from small businesses to FTSE 100 companies for a really simple reasons, it enhances relationships.
1) Raises Self Awareness - Constructive change begins with self-knowledge. DISC profiles show you how you respond to conflict, what motivates you or stresses you out and how you solve problems.
2) Improve Teamwork - High performing teams are where results happen and DISC teaches you how to improve communication and understanding between team members.
3) Make Conflict More Productive - DISC profiles can turn conflict into a positive, productive exercise that helps your organisation move forward.
4) Develop Stronger Sales Skills - DISC profiles can help your effectiveness in sales situations. Understanding and adapting to your customer's styles is essential for connecting on a human level.
5) Manage more effectively - Leaders become more naturally effectively when they understand their dispositions and preferred working style of their employees and other team members.
6) Train without judgement - DISC allows trainers to read the room quicker, understand their delegates and adapt their training style to maximise the session.
What do I get from a profile?
With a DISC profile, you'll receive a 15-page report all about yourself, including an introduction to DISC, a general description of your profile, communication tips, and a self-development action plan. Plus, you'll have a 1-hour coaching session with our expert to review your feedback and set your development goals.
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For just £147, you'll receive a comprehensive DISC profile including a 15-page report all about yourself, an introduction to DISC, a general description of your profile, communication tips, and a self-development action plan. Plus, you'll have a 1-hour coaching session with our expert to review your feedback and set your development goals.
Think about it, for less than the cost of a weekend away, you can gain valuable insights and tools to improve your relationships and performance at work and in your personal life.
Don't miss this opportunity to unlock your full potential.
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