What is DISC?

By using the DISC behavioral assessment, people can tap into a deeper realization of who they are. They will gain powerful insight into HOW they move into action to achieve success.

William Moulton Marston developed the theory behind the DISC instrument. In his work, Marston observed that people are a combination of DISC. This training & certification program translates to all aspects of business and personal life. This program can assist novices to seasoned professionals.The application and validation of DISC is used for selection, development, more effective communication, team building, and sales.

The DISC profile is a powerful tool that allows us to understand how we & others communicate & get the job done. When talking to, interacting with, or observing others, we can pick up clues as to their behavioral style, as DISC is observable. Communication significantly improves when we can recognize and adjust our message and method of communication to suit the other person’s style.
DISC Certification

Who is it for?
Internal Professionals:
All Leaders
Human Resources
Organizational Development
Learning and Development
External Professionals:
Coaches & Consultants
Click here for Course Outline PDF
Duration: 5 weeks
Dates: Contact Us – Classes are forming now!
Total Investment: See below for levels*
*includes exam and all training materials

    • E-Course – All Program Materials

    • Personal Assessment

    • Member Site Access

    • Interpretation Videos

    • Bonus Materials

    • E-Course – All Program Materials

    • Personal Assessment

    • Member Site Access

    • Interpretation Videos

    • Bonus Materials

    • 90 Min. Coaching Call With the Expert

Learning Outcomes
  • Understanding of the DISC model and confidence in applying it to your business 

  • Using your DISC report to enhance communication and understanding of individuals and teams

  • The history of how DISC came to be

  • What DISC measures and does not measure

  • The 4 Core behaviors– both strengths & weaknesses

  • Identifying other styles & how to best work with them

  • DISC in a work context, but easily applied to your personal life

  • Interpreting your graph and other’s graphs

  • Understanding and applying the wheel to a team dynamic

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