Using DiSC to facilitate the people side of Change Mgt.
Although we all experience transitions emotionally, our reactions may be quite different. Using a psychometric model to understand these differences may go a long way to facilitating change and managing people more effectively. The DiSC model is constructed on two behavioral dimensions which form four basic profiles. Each profile, or behavioral prototype, describes preferred environments, communication styles and workplace relationships. The profiles also indicate greatest fears, motivators, values and attitudes toward change. In this webinar, you will learn about the DiSC model and how it can help you relate better to the people around you once you identify their style preference.
About DiSC: The DiSC system provides a meaningful, non-judgmental framework for looking at human behaviour. A personalised report produced upon assessment creates better understanding of one’s unique behavioural patterns. This greater awareness can in turn be utilised to create an environment more suited to promoting personal development and success, simultaneously helping people appreciate the motivational environments required by others. Widely recognised as a springboard for building a focused, aligned workforce, DiSC has become a key component in the employee development strategies of leading organisations worldwide.
DiSC can foster team building in an organisation by:
• improving communication and greater co-operation between employees
• promoting the appreciation of differences and enhancing individual and team performance
• identifying the “DiSC culture” of a particular group and thereby understanding better their prevalent characteristics, needs and limitations
• identifying the individuals that could assist a group to achieve specific goals.
Bio: Susan started her professional career as a professor at the regional pedagogical center of Casablanca, Morocco. She then held various positions as corporate trainer and Course leader in Paris. In 1996, Susan created the firm Smart Business Communications which offers the design, implementation and facilitation of training courses for executives and managers in management and communication. Susan also teaches management for the executive education program of the business school ISTEC, and has facilitated management games at E.S.I.E.E, where she taught American culture. In 2007, Susan established the firm Discernys which provides training, certification and pedagogical material on the Everything DiSC model and psychometric tools for consultants, coaches and HR professionals. Her areas of expertise includes Training and facilitation, Leadership development, Interpersonal communication, Intercultural communication and Emotional intelligence development.
A representative list of engagements includes:
• Design and implementation of leadership development and communication seminars: assertiveness, emotional intelligence, change management, creativity, motivation, negotiation, conflict resolution,…
• Facilitation of team-building sessions for international management teams.
• Training on Intercultural communication, Multicultural management, and managing remote teams.
• She implements and conducts employee training to prepare for annual appraisal meetings, and training of in-house trainers.
• She provides coaching missions for managers, executives and leaders.
This webinar qualifies for the following PDUs:
1.00 PMP, 1.00 PgMP
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