Everything DiSC Overview
Everything DiSC Workplace® is a comprehensive, easily customizable workplace development solution that engages every employee—regardless of title or position, department or function—in building more productive and effective relationships at work. Using a research-validated learning model, the Everything DiSC Workplace assessment provides each individual with a personalized 20-page report that offers powerful insights on how to effectively work with all personality types.
Leverage the strengths of each team member.
Everything DiSC® is a personal and team development learning framework that measures an individual’s preferences and tendencies (as well as the group culture profile) based on four basic behavioral styles: D, i, S, and C:
D = Dominance I = Influence S = Steadiness C = Conscientiousness
Everyone is a blend of all four DiSC styles and has a unique behavioral profile with different tendencies and preferences. No one style is better or worse than the next. -- and once you understand other's styles, you can build a team culture based on an appreciation of the diversity of styles essential for collective high performance.
Listen to this video intro to the Everything DiSC model.
Drawing on your assessment results, Brian will guide your team or organization through a dynamic 1-day workshop that brings collective awareness to your diversity of styles and identify strategies for leveraging those as strengths leading to greater collaboration and effectiveness. You'll also receive a roadmap for continued development drawing on the individual and collective results.
- An eBook by Mark Scullard, PhD
In an age where organizational culture holds more importance and significance than ever before, what can you do about the natural human behaviors that pose a threat to this culture? There is one root cause that drains organizational culture, according to workplace culture expert Mark Scullard, and that is individual insecurity. In this eBook, Scullard traces the spread of dysfunctional behaviors at work to the self doubts that best each of us â€“ and outlines a solution to help organizations move toward cultural health drawing on the central tenets of the DiSC framework.
The Invisible Drain on Your Company’s Culture
THE BUSINESS CASE FOR DiSC