The DISC workshop engages people in a highly interactive process of self-discovery and insight. People recognize themselves and others as the behavioural patterns are described. And they discover a way of talking about differences in a positive, non-judgemental way.
Participants complete an on-line assessment prior to the event. (The assessment takes less than 10 minutes to complete.) They then receive a 4 page description of their personal behavioural style.
During the workshop, participants learn more about their own patterns. They recognize and explore ways they prefer to act, relate, work, socialize, and deal with change, as well as the ways they prefer to be approached, consulted, and involved in a group process.
Participants then learn how to recognize other people’s patterns, their strengths and limitations, and how to work more effectively with them.
By the end of the workshop participants have a clearer understanding of how they can reduce conflict and miscommunication, build rapport and cooperation, work on teams more efficiently, cope with change more positively, and profit from working with people they used to avoid.