DISC profiles describe human behavior in various situations—for example, how you respond to challenges, how you influence others, your preferred pace, and how you respond to rules and procedures. It measures tendencies and preferences, or patterns of behavior, with no judgment regarding value or alignment with a skill set or job classification.
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The Art of Communication with DISC A great introduction This fun and engaging 25-30 minute session has participants up on their feet, moving around the room, and really getting a sense of what if feels like to live inside each of the DISC Quadrants.
This session is perfect to introduce DISC to any audience, can be used as an Ice Breaker, or a Room Energizer after lunch when the energy may be naturally lower