Advanced Interpersonal Skills with DISC®
It can be a challenge to work with people who do things differently to us. However, individuals grow and teams thrive when they embrace their differences and understand that different isn’t bad, different is just that – it’s different. The DISC® Profile will help you to understand your communication and behavioural style better and bridge the understanding gap between yourself and others in your workplace.
- Identify your preferred communication style using the DISC® Profile
- Recognise DISC® styles in others and adapt your style to get the best results possible
- Understand how to motive different styles to gain higher productivity
- Identify why there is tension amongst the different profiles and develop a strategy to prevent of deal with the differences
- Increase your self-awareness and prevent situations escalating into conflict
This course has been developed using the DISC® Profile to increase self-awareness and provide you with an understanding of why you find different behaviours frustrating, and encounter different barriers when communicating.
What is the DISC Profiler?
While everyone has a combination of natural and adapted behavioural patterns that makes them unique, people tend to identify more with certain behaviours than others. DISC® Profile groups behaviours into four basic types and is the most widely used behavioural model in the world, having been utilised by more than 40 million people across over 50 countries, including within hundreds of Fortune 500 companies.
The DISC® Profile Leadership Report included with our Advanced Interpersonal Skills with DISC® course is a valuable resource for individuals and organisations looking to improve leadership performance, increase productivity and positively persuade others. Click here to download a sample report.
Identifying those frustrating behaviours at work and look at ways to overcome them for a more productive working relationship
The key to understanding and working better with others is to first understand yourself and where your priorities lay and how you like to work and then to be able to recognise others, where their priorities lay and understand and recognise how they like to work
Understanding the dos and don’ts around what motivates the four different DISC® styles
Recognise where difficult behaviour comes from, and consider the best ways to deal with it
Reflect on your behavioural style and learn how you can communicate more effectively with others