UNDERSTANDING YOURSELF. UNDERSTAND YOUR FUTURE
The first step to understanding your path to success is to understand yourself. When you know what's holding you back, you'll also know where your strengths lie and how to leverage your character and personality traits to your advantage.
At your request
At your premises
x1 survey & workshop
Dependent on team size
Developed by psychologist William Moulton Marston, the DISC assessment examines how a person ranks in the four areas of behaviour – Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientiousness. Designed for both individuals who want to identify and maximise their strengths and motivators, and organisations looking to integrate high-performance teams, this highly researched and well recognised personality profiling system can have many uses.
It helps teams to communicate more effectively with each other, and to their clients; It assists hiring managers to select and identify the best person for the job when interviewing and it helps speakers build their confidence by understanding themselves better which enables them to communicate more effectively with their audience.
DiSC Personality Profiles are essentially surveys taken by yourself, and teams. SpeechMarks will facilitate these surveys, and then deliver the results in an engaging and informed workshop. During these workshops, the emphasis is placed on how to leverage their findings of themselves through communication styles and ways to speak and present.
This is not only an insightful workshop into your own personality, communication style and preferences, but also that of team members. Participants will have a renewed desire to communicate to a higher standard with each other, in a respectful way. Another outcome will be improved communication with clients and customers as they are delivered information in the way they prefer.
• An explanation of the DiSC Profiling system and what does each quadrant signifies
• What participants think they are, and how to their colleagues perceive them
• How a profile is created, their dominant styles and other profile traits
• What the strengths and weaknesses are for each quadrant
• How to identify styles in each other
• How to leverage this to your advantage so that your audience reacts in a positive manner
Request a quote for either yourself, or your team by sending Diana an email.