Are you ready to elevate your team’s communication to unprecedented levels? Cooper Consulting Group invites you to a transformative experience with our bespoke DISC workshops. We don’t just offer training; we provide a launchpad for your team and organization’s synergy to soar to new heights.
Did you know that 86% of workplace challenges are due to poor collaboration or ineffective communication? It’s time to revolutionize the way your team interacts, and Cooper Consulting Group is your partner in this transformative journey.
Team Building DISC Workshops
Dive into the DISC culture of your team and foster a spirit of engagement and unity. Our workshops are designed to ensure inclusivity, leaving no team leader or member behind.
- Discover how unique styles and challenging personalities can positively shape your team’s culture.
- Understand that team culture is a blend of values, behaviors, and attitudes.
- Utilize DISC to forge deeper relationships and grasp the essence of group dynamics.
Teams across the board have found immense value in employing DISC assessments to celebrate both the differences and similarities among members.
Tailored for Your Triumph!
Your organization is as unique as the individuals within it, and your training should reflect that. With Cooper Consulting Group, you can select from a variety of customized learning experiences or opt for our tried-and-true standard training modules. Whether you’re looking for a concise 90-minute power session or an immersive two-day deep dive, our DISC training is meticulously crafted to align with your company’s specific needs.
Embark on the Journey of Discovery
Your adventure begins with the DISC assessment—a starting line that welcomes both novices and seasoned professionals. Our workshops are the gateway to mastering the rich landscape of DISC profiles and the subtle intricacies of personality dynamics.
Engagement That Transforms Time
Time flies when you’re engaged and learning. Whether it’s a half-day or full-day workshop, we guarantee your team will be captivated and motivated every step of the way.
What do you do in a DISC workshop?
In a DISC workshop, participants learn about the DISC model of human behavior, which categorizes behaviors into four types: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. The workshop typically starts with an introduction to DISC theory, followed by participants completing a DISC assessment to identify their own style. The facilitator then helps interpret these results, providing insights into each person’s behavior and its impact on interactions with others.
A DISC workshop typically involves activities and discussions centered around the DISC personality assessment tool, which categorizes personalities into four primary types: Dominance (D), Influence (I), Steadiness (S), and Conscientiousness (C). These workshops are often used in corporate settings, team-building exercises, leadership training, and personal development programs.
Participants usually complete a DISC assessment prior to or at the beginning of the workshop. This assessment helps them identify their own DISC style. The workshop then delves into interpreting these results, enabling participants to gain insights into their own behavior and how it impacts their interactions with others.
The facilitator guides attendees through various activities and discussions, focusing on how to communicate effectively with each DISC style. This often involves role-playing exercises, group discussions, and case studies to illustrate how different styles interact and how to adapt communication strategies accordingly.
A significant part of the workshop is dedicated to practical applications, such as improving teamwork, leadership, conflict resolution, and sales techniques. Participants learn how to recognize different styles in colleagues and clients and how to adjust their approach to foster better understanding and cooperation.
Here’s what you might do in a DISC workshop:
- Introduction to DISC Theory: The workshop usually starts with an introduction to the DISC model, explaining the four personality types and their characteristics.
- Taking the DISC Assessment: Participants often take a DISC assessment, which is a questionnaire designed to identify their primary DISC style.
- Reviewing Assessment Results: After completing the assessment, participants receive a report or debriefing that explains their individual DISC style, often highlighting their strengths, challenges, and how they might be perceived by others.
- Group Activities: There may be interactive group activities designed to illustrate the different DISC styles in action. These activities can help participants understand how different styles interact, communicate, and respond to various situations.
- Understanding Others: Workshops often focus on how to recognize other people’s DISC styles and how to adapt communication and interaction strategies to work effectively with each style.
- Role-Playing and Scenarios: Participants might engage in role-playing exercises to practice adapting their communication and behavior to better align with other DISC styles.
- Personal Development Planning: Participants may work on personal development plans, using insights from their DISC assessment to set goals for improving communication, leadership, or teamwork skills.
- Discussion and Reflection: There’s usually time for discussion and reflection, allowing participants to share insights, ask questions, and discuss how they can apply what they’ve learned in their professional and personal lives.
- Facilitator-Led Debriefing: A facilitator typically leads the workshop, providing insights, guiding discussions, and helping participants understand and apply DISC principles.
- Networking and Sharing Experiences: In some workshops, there’s an opportunity for networking and sharing experiences with other participants, which can be valuable for understanding diverse perspectives.
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The outcomes vary based on the length of the workshop. However, based on a three-hour session, participants will explore the four main DISC domains and learn the language of DISC. Participants in small groups will explore similarities and differences among the DISC and different disc styles found on the DISC assessment. Participants in large divisions will glean insights into what might be challenging when using other disc styles or working with other styles. Most importantly, participants will be able to create strategies to practice how to build more effective relationships during the session.
What is the DISC Style Model?
People have been fascinated by the DiSC theory’s foundations and teachings for many years, with some of the most accurate and profound research dating back as far as 444. B.C. Our founder, Dr. Cooper, did her doctorate on DISC, where she covered everything disc the original disc assessment and modern disc training activities.
So, what are the 4 four basic behavioral styles?
The DiSC Assessment groups personality styles into four main quadrants: (D) Dominance; (i) Influence; (S) Steadiness; and (C) Conscientiousness. The name of the model stands for these personality styles. However, there are 12 styles; D, Di, iD, i, iS, Si, S, SC, CS, C, CD, and DC.
DISC has helped many people gain a deeper level of self-awareness and build better and stronger relationships, by understanding themselves and developing stronger relationships with those around them. Yet, this only comes with understanding each individual person’s unique personality.
Recent case studies on DISC personality and behavior styles show there is still a lot to know about the styles and interpersonal relationships.
The DISC personality assessment is one of the most popular tools for any organization, and it is a proven method of improving workplace communication and job satisfaction. These workshops are designed to be interactive and fun, including ice-breakers and an in-depth explanation of each personality report. After the workshop, participants can continue the discussion using a follow-up email program. This practical approach will help participants understand their own communication preferences in different work environments.
The DISC assessment is a widely used personality assessment tool that has been in business use for over 30 years. Its own leadership skills development part is based on the work of John C. Maxwell, an influential leader who is widely known for his training methods in leadership development.
It takes about 10 minutes to complete the DISC assessment. Afterward, people are given a 30-page report that explains each personality type. After the DISC training workshop itself, participants can compare their own communication and leadership styles to those of other participants and their colleagues. Afterward, participants discover that they can take an assessment of a team member and match up future recruits.
DiSC training helps people understand their colleagues more difficulty and improve their effective communication with them. It also helps them learn the skills to deal with conflict better and to effectively communicate more effectively with people with different personalities.
Organizations find it useful for teamwork training, recruiting, management training, and teamwork. DISC training can be helpful in any setting, including the workplace. You should consider attending a workshop if you are in the workplace and have a diverse team. It is a great and engaging way for teams to learn about different personalities and improve teamwork in a healthier organization.
Overview of the DISC Personality Assessment
The Everything DiSC® Workplace profile is 23 pages chock full of valuable information to help the assessment taker gain greater self-awareness, over-awareness, and insights into how participants learn how to work with other styles of learners.
The profile is divided into three main sections: 1) How You Work, 2) Understand Your Relationships, and 3) Build Better Relationships.
A Personalized Style Index shows a breakdown of the 12 DISC styles. The index shows the goals, overuses, and fears of each of the 12 styles (DC, D, Di, iD, i, iS, Si, S, SC, CS, C, and CD). A short summary disc personality style includes what each style is influenced by, DISC styles affect others, disc styles learn how they act under pressure, and how each style could increase its effectiveness.
Proven Training Solutions
Every workshop disc training that we deliver begins with your goals in mind. Our clients have seen improved performance, greater employee retention, more effective leaders and teams, better communication, reduced conflict and stress, team development, and a more positive company culture as a result of our customized workshops.
Our team of professional facilitators is experienced in delivering highly interactive, engaging, and enjoyable experiences. We expertly navigate group dynamics and facilitate conversations that lead to powerful a-ha moments. Contact us today at (888) 614-9709 on how we can help.
DISC Workshop FAQs
What happens in a DiSC workshop?
In a DiSC workshop, participants undergo a comprehensive learning experience designed to enhance self-awareness and interpersonal skills. The workshop typically begins with an introduction to the DiSC model, which stands for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. Participants then complete the DiSC assessment, a behavioral inventory, to identify their own DiSC profile. The results are discussed in a group setting, and various exercises are conducted to help individuals understand how to adapt their behavior to work more effectively with others. The workshop often includes role-playing, small group activities, discussions alone, and practical exercises to solidify understanding and application of the DiSC principles and DISC style.
How much does a DiSC assessment cost?
The cost of a DiSC assessment can vary depending on several factors, including the provider, the complexity of the assessment, and any additional materials or services included, such as workshops or coaching sessions. Prices can range from $50 to $200 per individual assessment. Volume discounts provide additional discounted pricing may be available for organizations administering the assessment to multiple employees.
What did DiSC stand for?
DiSC stands for Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness. These four dimensions represent the primary behavioral traits that the DiSC model aims to measure. Each letter in the acronym corresponds to a specific behavioral style, and the assessment helps to identify which style or combination of styles best describes an individual.
What is the most rare DiSC profile?
The “DC” profile, which is a blend of Dominance and Conscientiousness, is often considered the rarest DiSC profile. Individuals with this profile are both task-oriented and assertive, but they also have a strong focus on quality and detail. This unique combination makes them highly effective in roles that require strategic planning and meticulous execution.
Cost of DISC Training Workshops & DISC Assessment
Think of your training workshop as an investment. Richard Branson shares his famous quote, “Train people well enough they want to stay.” Your people are your best investment, and our expert and certified facilitators team will help ensure the training workshop’s success. We will craft a proposal that will best meet your needs.