Managerial effectiveness determines the proactive approach of a manager to handle complex situations and conquer collective challenges within the team. To ensure long term success in business a manager has to focus intently on employee development and performance by meeting their diverse needs through well-formulated communication techniques. Aligning motivation with work and personal goals and…
A set of involved and engaged members is what makes a meeting effective. However more often than not facilitators struggle to keep the balance of participation from each member optimal. Driven by their inherent personality traits, some participants may be overpoweringly vocal while others may just keep silent even though they have some exceptional contributions…
DiSC is a popular concept in psychology that as initially formulated by William Marston in the year 1928. Marston performed a great deal of experiments on human subjects in an effort to measure the connection between emotion and behavior and thatS when we wrote the DISC THEORY. Since then, The DISC theory that serves as…
One of the greatest challenges a leader faces is to engage the employees to focus on the organizational goals. While personal goals are what matters the most to the employees how will the leaders enable the employees buy into the organizational goals? It has been observed that traditional leadership approach is no longer an effective…
Our DiSC certification program is essentially a train the trainer program. It enables trainers, coaches and HR professionals to conduct world class training’s for their clients or internally as the case may be. DiSC Trainer Certification program aims: To give trainers an understanding of how adults learn. This is important for designing any learning journey. We…
DiSC assessment has its origins in the book written by William Marston in 1928 titled “Emotions of Normal People”. Marston, an American psychologist, feminist theorist, inventor and comic book writer who created the character Wonder Woman. Marston actually describes four behavioural styles: D – Dominance i – Inducement S – Submissive C – Compliant He developed this theory based on…
Would you like to gain an internationally recognized DiSC Trainer Accreditation from Inscape Publishing? Would you like to facilitate DiSC training’s with confidence, professionalism and in a jiffy? If you wish to use Inscape publishing’s products for your clients, you must have successfully completed the DTA program from Strengthscape. Trainer kits are available for each…
The Everything DiSC Workplace® Profile helps build better relationships — one relationship at a time.
The Everything DiSC Workplace Profile can be used with everyone in an organization, regardless of title or role, to improve the quality of the workplace.
Participants understand and appreciate the styles of the people they work with. The result is more effective and productive working relationships.
Everything DiSC Workplace focuses on:
- Discovering Your DiSC® Style
- Understanding Other Styles
- Building More Effective Relationships
- Includes Optional People-Reading Module
The Everything DiSC Workplace Profile is designed to be used with the Everything DiSC Workplace Facilitation Materials.
Where to Apply:
- Change Management
- Communication Skills
- Customer Service
- Interpersonal Skills
- Leadership Development
- Managerial Effectiveness
- One to One Coaching
- Recruitment and Selection
- Sales Training
- Team Behaviours
- Time Management
- Across All Levels
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In an online facilitation with a transport client, the group needed to understand the value added services its customers aspire for. To incite interaction the facilitator asks, “As commuters yourselves what are those top 2 things you wished you could do while traveling?” An awkward silence followed leaving the facilitator wondering what’s the reaction…