DiSC Assessment

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DiSC Assessment

  1. 1. DISC Assessment TrainingEnhancing Team and Personal EffectivenessFacilitator: Julie McNeil-McNeil and Associates, LLC
  2. 2. Today’s ObjectiveTo provide:• Self-awareness personal strengths and growth areas• Develop a common language to share behavior styles• Create a dialogue about preferences, and styles of behavior
  3. 3. Today’s Objective• Improve appreciation for diversity• Strengthen collaboration• Have fun!
  4. 4. Rules of Engagement• Share balanced and constructive feedback• Unconventional thinking is encouraged• Everyone’s participation is needed!• “Think way outside the box”• Be creative and have fun!
  5. 5. DiSC Styles• Dominance • Steadiness – Results oriented – Maintaining Consistency• Influence • Conscientiousness – Connecting with – Meeting Standards others
  6. 6. Principles of DiSC• All Styles are uniquely valuable• Influenced by experiences, education and maturity• Recognize the DiSC styles of others• Adapt your behavior to influence communication• Help employees adapt their behaviors
  7. 7. Exercise: About YouReview Page 4 - 6Circle – Agree(X) – DisagreeNote: Examples to support your feeling at the bottom of the page.
  8. 8. Insights and “Aha” Moments
  9. 9. Group Exercise:Group by DiSC Dimensions – pg. 14 (15 minutes)①What do you want others to know②What style do you find most about you?③What are you willing to do to better challenging? communicate with others?
  10. 10. Breakdown by DISC Quadrant• (INCERT PAGE 3 SAMPLE REPORT )
  11. 11. Exercise: Action Planning(Read Pg 10 -12)Consider a person or a situation:①What are 1-2 significant insights to build on to enhance personal effectiveness?①How can you adapt to work best with others? What will you do?
  12. 12. Insights and “Aha” Moments
  13. 13. Evaluations

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