This program presents an innovative way for participants to understand how four personality styles that have been
recognized in multiple cultures effect interactions we have as a leader. Use of the DISC* model is presented in an
interactive and memorable way, by associating each of the D I S and C personalities with a unique bird using the Take Flight
Learning model. Participants learn about their own style through personal assessment, and how to recognize and effectively
interact with other styles in professional and personal worlds in a fun, interactive way. Participants learn how to tone down
overuse of behavioral strengths to be more effective in interactions with others.
Learn about the four behavioral styles - Dominant, Interactive, Supportive, and Conscientious
Demonstrate understanding of how each style differs from each other
Accurately identify another person's style
Identify how teams can benefit from all four styles.
Demonstrate how to alter your approach to better match others styles
Recognize overuse of behavioral strengths so as to not irritate others.
Create strategies to improve relationships and performance
Build an Action Plan for improved communication
Topics & Content
Description of each style - D I S C
Fast paced and verbal or Even paced and reserved
Task oriented or People oriented
History of behavioral styles
Which behavioral style are you? (Personal Assessment Report)
How each style behaves at work
Identifying others' styles
Primary and secondary style combinations
Home Rule vs. The Golden Rule
Communicating with others
Toning down overuse of strengths to not irritate others
Course Code: LD401 Duration: 1 day Targeted Audience: Managers, Team Leaders, Supervisors, Emerging leaders, Team Members Accreditations:
OPM - 7 CLP(s)
PMI - 7 PDU(s)
SHRM - 7 PDC(s)
Contact us to find out when and where the course(s) you are interested in are being offered.