DISC self-assessment training

DISC self-assessment training

DISC is a behaviour assessment tool that helps us describe personality traits and types. By completing the DISC self-assessment training, we will be able to develop better relationships with our colleagues and others in our environment. DISC distinguishes four personality traits: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness. This model set up by the American psychologist, W.M. Martson in 1928 makes interpersonal communication much easier.

As the result of the training, the participants will gain insight into their own and others’ behaviour and motivations and will understand why they respond differently in identical situations. DISC is a shared language of human relationships, which is available to everyone and by using it, anyone can „translate” their message into the languages of others.

Difficult situations can be managed more effectively, and we can develop better relationships. Cooperation with others become relieved of stress, and we can resolve situations that require cooperation more easily. In the course of the DISC training, we can become familiar with the characteristics of the four types, and by doing so, we can get along and understand our partners and colleagues better.

The participants of the DISC self-assessment training will learn:

  • How they can make the dynamics of human relationships easier. The training helps understanding your partner’s type and that way, communication with them will also be easier. It provides hands-on tools in the approach to certain types.
  • How to identify the DISC type of an individual, and how we can communicate with them more effectively.
  • How to identify the type of new clients or employees or of any other people in unexpected situations, and how we can respond effectively in the given situations.
  • What the drivers of other people are.
  • How you can achieve your goal with you partner.

Workshop topics: How can the DISC training be made use of?

  • For team building, getting to know each other
  • As part of a leadership training
  • In the fields of marketing and customer care
  • For self-discovery trainings