Categories: Communication, Organizational Development, Supervision/Management, Teambuilding
Pre-requisites: TD1086: DiSC I: Assessment & Introduction AND TD1087: DiSC II: Knowledge and Application
Target Audience: Individuals interested in learning about behavior style interacions and how that impacts behavior.
Course Description: In the 1920's, William Marston began the work on what would later become the DiSC Behavioral Profile. After decades of refinement, this assessment has become a powerful tool for today's workplace. As industry leaders create new ways to apply DiSC to teams, leaders and customer service representatives, we find that the uses are never-ending. In this session, we will look at 16 groupings of the behavioral styles with each of these patterns representing a combination of two of the main behavioral styles (i.e. D/I, S/C, I/S, etc). For many of you, the information learned in DiSC I and II has been very useful as you strive to build stronger relationships with your co-workers, supervisors and those you lead. However, you often asked, "What does it mean if my D and my I are both high?" Sign up for this session for your answer.
NOTE: This Session is only open to those employees who have completed a DiSC assessment.
In this workshop participants will:
Presented by: Cannie Campbell, Director, University Health Center
Tuesday, October 22, 2013
1:30 PM - 4:00 PM