Introduction to DISC Profiling
£ 197 per delegate
Introduction to DISC Profiling Exeter, Devon
Do you want to know the what really holds you backs from being successful, and how you can find your true personality traits and those of your employee’s – then this course is for you! DISC profiling is really something you should be using when taking on new staff – employing the wrong person no matter how great they interview could cost you a lot of wasted time and money!
So what is DISC Profiling?
Disc profiling is a modern very useful interpretation of Dr. William Marston’s behavioral dimensions.
In Marston’s research he discovered four quadrants of behavior which can help to understand a person’s behavioral preferences.
Dominance – Fast Paced & Task Oriented
Influence – Fast Paced & People Oriented
Steadiness – Moderate Paced & People Oriented
Conscientiousness – Moderate Paced & Task Oriented
People who understand their natural behavioral preferences are far more likely to pursue the right opportunities, in the right way, at the right time, and get the results they are looking for.
What will you learn?
You will find and explore your personality style and see how you interact with others and how each member of a team discover what it is that either makes them have difficulties with some people and get on well with others. Importantly you will learn how to understand and work alongside the other personalities to keep things running like clockwork in your business. We all need these different personalities in the work place to ensure progress and good dynamics.
Who should attend?
Useful for everyone.
Next course: June 13th 2017.
Time: 10am – 4pm
Venue: TBC Training Centre, Crediton Nr Exeter Devon. EX17
Free secure on site car parking & free Wifi
All course materials lunch & refreshments provided.
A certificate of attendance will be presented on the day.
Our courses are very informal and relaxed as we know this is the best way for you to learn – when you’re having fun!
For bespoke in house training in Exeter please contact us – we would love to see how we can help you.