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Learn how to use and understand DISC assessments to understand human behavior. Become a DISC behavior facilitator.
http://www.chartcourse.com/disc-certification-training/

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DISC Training

  1. 1. “Accelerating Personal & Organizational Success”DISCTRAININGGregory P. SmithPresidentChart Your Course International Inc.Greg@chartcourse.comChartCourse.comHighPerformanceOrganization.com
  2. 2. My Background • 19 years @ CYC • Malcolm Baldrige Quality Award Examiner • Worked for Army Surgeon General • Author 9 books • 23 countries • Live in Atlanta • Love to Sail“Accelerating Personal & Organizational Success” www.chartcourse.com
  3. 3. “People are not your most important asset. The right people are.”“Get the right people on the bus, thewrong people off the bus, and theright people in the right seats.” Right PeopleJim CollinsFrom Good to Great
  4. 4. DISC Training Benefits • Improve Your Effectiveness as a Leader • Appreciate the Talents of Others • Unleash the Potential in Others • Building Effective Teams • Resolving Conflict • Communicate More Effectively • Conduct Workshops – GROW Your Business www.chartcourse.com
  5. 5. The Missing PieceAssessments provideyou an unemotionalevaluation of a person’sbehavior, attitudes,values and talent –qualities difficult to judgein an interview alone. www.chartcourse.com
  6. 6. Why Organizations Use Assessments Selection Engagement Placement Team Development Effectiveness & Coaching www.chartcourse.com
  7. 7. What is Behavioral Style? (DISC)• How we express our internal emotions through our external behavior• How we prefer to interact (temperament) with the environment and the people around us www.chartcourse.com
  8. 8. What is Behavioral Style? (DISC)• The HOW of your actions• We express our behaviors by our: – Tone of voice – Words – Pace – Priorities – Body language• They are habitual• Must adapt to environment www.chartcourse.com
  9. 9. Recognize EachPerson isDifferent www.chartcourse.com
  10. 10. Insights to Success Report How a Person Behaves384 possible behavior patterns
  11. 11. THE EMOTIONS OF DISC Quick to High Trust Non-emotional High Fear Anger of Others (Doesn’t Show (Get(Short Fuse) (Optimistic) Emotions) Permission) D I S C Slow to Low Trust Emotional Low Fear Anger of Others (Shows (Expect(Long Fuse) (Pessimistic) Emotions) Forgiveness) www.chartcourse.com
  12. 12. D I S CDemanding Inspiring Relaxed WorrisomeHow you respond How you interact How you deal How you dealto problems and with and with pace and with rules setchallenges influence people consistency by others Peaceful Critical Intense Careless www.chartcourse.com
  13. 13. D I S CTends to be very Tends to Prefers a more Prefers to followactive in solving seek out stable, rules and problems people, verbally predictable procedures persuasive environmentHow you respond How you interact How you deal How you dealto problems and with and with pace and with rules set challenges influence people consistency by othersPrefers a more Prefers a Prefers a fast Tends to setcalculated, well reserved, careful pace, own thought out approach to unstructured rules, do it approach dealing with environment “my way” people
  14. 14. Minister/PastorChurch in Transition www.chartcourse.com
  15. 15. Recruiter www.chartcourse.com
  16. 16. Sales Person www.chartcourse.com
  17. 17. Accountant www.chartcourse.com
  18. 18. Company President www.chartcourse.com
  19. 19. Conducting a DISC Workshop www.chartcourse.com
  20. 20. www.chartcourse.com
  21. 21. Chart Your Course International 770-860-9464 800-821-2487 info@chartcourse.com “Visit our website to learn more about our DISC training. http://www.chartcourse.com/disc_certification_training.htmlChartcourse.comHighretention.comManagingtoptalent.com www.chartcourse.com
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