In the era of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we still believe that human beings are the key to a company's success. Intelligent machines that work and react almost like human beings are still created by certain type of "colorful" people. Colors will help you discover your and other people's preferences and enable you to create a rewarding work environment that makes your TALENTS not only stay but actively build the company's advantage with passion.
The primary objective of the two-hour session is to provide fundamental knowledge of the DISC model by experiencing it empirically. All participants will be asked to complete a paper-based DISC mini assessment during the meeting. As a result each participant will know his/her primary style and the % "distribution" of the other three styles. The focus will be on the primary style and what value the other three types bring.
Apart from various possible DISC applications (such as recruitment & selection, leadership development, team building, conflict resolutions, effective communication, negotiations, problem solving, sales & business growth, customer service, team development, and coaching & mentoring, Assessment Centre (AC) / Development Centre (DC)) this Lunch & Learn session will focus on the practical application of DISC for retaining people in the organization.
DISC, an acronym for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientious /Compliance), is a powerful tool that helps to understand our behavioral tendencies. The model focuses on individual, externally observable behaviors and identifies four primary styles people may apply: D-style (Dominance), I-style (Influence), S-style (Steadiness), C-style (Correctness/Compliance). The model is widely applied in business where it is important to recognize people's styles for various purposes such as self-development, empowering others to act by understanding their strengths, "encouraging the heart" through the personalized recognition, designing and building diverse high performing teams, resolving conflict situations and problems with success, building long lasting relationships based on trust and mutual respect.
The power of DISC is also easily recognized in the private context when we simply want to improve our communication with others (spouse, children, parents, friends). Understanding specificities of different styles helps to be a better communicator, problem solver, leader, no matter what the context is, either in business or private interaction.