Using Disc Profiling to Get the Best Out of Yourself and Others

Why Do People Drive You Mad At Work?

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(Or in any other place for that matter. At home; in your sports team, or even in your social gatherings).

 

“Why do people drive you mad at work?”

A thought provoking half day seminar designed to give you a brief insight into the world of Behavioural Profiling which will allow you to build even more productive relationships with your team, as well as your customers, suppliers and any other collaborators in your business.

You and your team are brilliant individuals with great talents, but do you really understand them; what motivates them and what limitations they secretly possess?

Think of the people in your team.

The Owl: The quiet, analytical person – loves figures, detail and is a perfectionist – to the point of frustrating you at times!

The Peacock
: The gregarious, popular person who is very good at getting people to go along with them, loved by your students/teams/agents, but is a bit slip-shod with the detail. and certainly isn’t a finisher.

The Eagle: The task-oriented person – give them a target and they’ll complete it, even if it upsets a few people along the way

The Dove: The steady, loyal and accommodating one – totally reliable, greatly liked by their fellow team members. but at times not having the urgency that you’re looking for.

If you had insight into what made these people behave as they do, how powerful could that be in getting you and your team to work together more effectively?

The DiSC behavioural model is the most widely used tool for understanding human behaviour, used throughout the world by well over 20 million people. DiSC is a very simple model to learn and apply. People just ‘get it’ and what’s more, it can be implemented almost immediately – unlike other complex models that are difficult to fully understand or remember.

Who should attend?
This seminar is applicable to anyone who has to deal with people! It is particularly useful for managers and team leaders as well as for those working in teams.

 

The seminar is delivered by PIC Affiliate David Preston of Wallshire Management Services, Ology Business and Executive Coach and Management Consultant with 4bc.

 

David is a certified DiSC Profiler and uses the technique extensively in his work with SMEs throughout Cornwall to enhance the performance of his clients’ businesses.

 

Where?

Pool Innovation Centre, Trevenson Road, Pool, Cornwall TR15 3PL.

 

When?

Wednesday November 27th 2013

9:30am – 12.30pm.

 

Investment?

Only £24.99 +VAT (discounted with generous support from Pool Innovation Centre)

 

 

During the seminar delegates will:

 

  • Learn about the 4 basic Behavioural Styles
  • Learn about their own individual core style
  • Learn How to quickly identify the core style of others
  • Learn about the motivations and limitations of each core style
  • Learn how to adapt their behaviour to suit styles other than their own
  • Learn how to use Behavioural Profiling to enhance profitability.

Included in the seminar fee all delegates will receive their own personalised DiSC 2.0 Profile Report, plus their own one to one follow up session to apply the knowledge gained in their own individual situation.

Joining Instructions

To book your place on the seminar at this never to be repeated price, either contact me (David Preston) directly (on 07539 365747, or e-mail david@wallshiremanagement.co.uk, or direct your enquiry to Richard Scutt at Pool Innovation Centre (01209 714676, or by e-mail to Richard Scutt <richard.scutt@plymouth.ac.uk>)

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