Imagine a workplace where challenges and conflicts are navigated with the constructive, effective methodologies of Everything DiSC Productive Conflict transforming potential discord into opportunities for growth. Often, when conflict arises, our default is to defend ourselves, driven by an automatic reflex that can lead to quick, instinct-driven reactions without thoughtful consideration of our actions.

By cultivating an environment where every individual feels equipped and comfortable to address disputes amicably and successfully, we can revolutionize the way conflicts are handled. Steering clear of destructive responses and embracing the practical strategies, techniques, and activities offered by Everything DiSC Productive Conflict can empower everyone in your organization to effectively manage and resolve the inevitable conflicts that arise, promoting a culture of productive conflict resolution.

With the help of the Everything DiSC Productive Conflict profile, individuals may better understand their own conflict-related behaviors, learn how to control their reactions, and develop unique communication techniques. This profile, which combines personalized insights from DiSC with the well-established science of cognitive behavioral theory, focuses less on a step-by-step process for conflict resolution and more on helping participants identify and change their destructive habits into more productive responses. Results-driven relationships at work improve as a result.   

Features of the Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Profile

  • A 23-page paper discusses methods for raising one’s level of conflict-awareness
  • Without the help of an assessment specialist, the narrative’s language is reassuring, unique, and simple to understand
  • Each DiSC style’s destructive and constructive conflict behaviors are examined
  • Participants learn why people react negatively to conflict and how to phrase their reactions in a more constructive way
  • Via MyEverythingDiSC, Wiley’s online extended learning platform, individuals can also assess how their style compares to that of their peers

Key Takeaways

Strengthscape’s Webinar on Everything DiSC Productive Conflict helps participants improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors. Through this webinar, you will be able to explore the destructive and productive conflict behaviors of each DiSC Style, learn how to manage their responses to conflict situations, and gain personalized communication strategies when engaging in productive conflict with colleagues. 

In this webinar, we will walk through the profile and understand the application of this report at workplace: 

  • Explore various features of the Everything DiSC Productive Profile 
  • Deepen the understanding of self and others in conflict 
  • Understand the importance of making conflicts at workplace 
  • Explore Follow-Up reports –Group Culture Report, Team View and Comparison Reports

What will this Webinar Help you Achieve?

  • Boost productivity and performance of the team 
  • Team members acquire the skills necessary to “step back” from damaging confrontation, reframe their perceptions, and modify their responses
  • Coworkers work more effectively together when there is greater respect and understanding 
  • Conflicts are swiftly resolved without leading to stress among the team
  • Good interactions and ideas-sharing increase creativity and improve problem-solving

Conflict is one of the cornerstones of high-functioning teams, according to Patrick Lencioni’s New York Times bestseller ‘Five Dysfunctions of a Team’. Conflict may have a bad connotation, but Lencioni employs the word on purpose. We participate in productive conflict when we’re dedicated to determining the optimal path of action. When another person’s point of view offers a better strategy, we concede to their position and argue for what we think to be correct. 

Conflict, however, cannot be resolved amicably if parties don’t understand how their actions are damaging the relationship and undermining trust. By assisting us in comprehending the motivations and behaviors of others, Everything DiSC Productive Conflict helps us close these trust gaps.