Length & Format:
Half-day, Onsite Classroom or Live Interactive Webinar
8-25 participants in person
Think about your first work team. You probably quickly discovered that each person has a unique way of doing things. Sometimes team differences are easily accepted and joked about, and may even complement each other. But too frequently teams find that those differences can also cause confusion, stagnation or frustration. Only when people have a framework to make sense of their differences can they learn what to expect from others and the best way to get what the team needs.
This program uses the DiSC® framework to address three of the most common challenges that teams face: motivation, conflict and communication. Participants learn simple, intuitive ways to make lasting improvements in a team’s effectiveness and build stronger team relationships.
Who Should Attend:
Training Workshop Sections
Everything DiSC Workplace® is classroom training that combines engaging facilitation and video with online prework and follow-up tools to create a personalized learning experience.
Module 1 – Here you’ll learn about the DiSC® model and the Everything DiSC Workplace Map. You will identify your style and explore the priorities that drive you during your workday. Finally, you will discover the similarities and differences among the DiSC styles.
Module 2 – In this module you will discover your reactions to different DiSC® styles, identify what works for you and what challenges you when working with each style, and finally you will use the DiSC model to understand the people with whom you work.
Module 3 – In this module, you will practice using DiSC to build more effective relationships at work, identify team motivators and stressors, build action plans with your colleagues to create improved synergy, communication and success.
Module 4 – In the final module, you will understand team culture and what styles are driving it, discuss common team situations and how team culture will have an impact (team meetings, decision making, problem solving, etc.) Finally, you will identify key strategies the team needs to be aware to ensure each team member is valued and has a voice.