Will the Real You Please Step Forward!
It was Aristotle who said
‘Knowing yourself is the beginning of all wisdom.’
Richard Wright in his novel Native Son (1940) wrote
‘Man can starve from a lack of self-realisation as much as …. from a lack of bread.’
Just what were they getting at? Well have you ever experienced any of the following feelings?
- Road blocked
- Under appreciated
- Poorly performing teams
- Time for a change
- Why does so and so press my buttons?
- Why is change difficult?
Are you puzzled and frustrated by any of the following experiences:
- Faltering career?
- Rocky relationship?
- Keep missing the big opportunities?
- Stressed for no apparent reason?
- Acting out of character?
- Failing to communicate as you want?
- Underperforming team?
- Missing sales?
These feelings and experiences can be both puzzling and frustrating. Understanding them and finding answers would be tremendous. What is going on? What is tripping you up? How can we achieve our true potential? Well the starting point is to ask the right questions – it is the key to a better understanding of ourselves and others. So what is going on? What is tripping you up? You may not even be asking the right questions!
As a way of starting this process of greater understanding quickly and sensitively, we have found that using a process called DiSC is a brilliant way of starting this journey and improving your all round relational skills. DiSC asks all the right questions – giving you a powerful written assessment without being judgemental.
DiSC is a smart, in-depth analysis of your inherent abilities, it shines a vivid light on your personality and enables you to identify your characteristic strengths. DiSC is a window on the way you really are. Not necessarily who you think you are!
Two of the most important components in any business or personal relationship are communication and behaviour. Therefore DiSC provides the key to unlock more effective, rewarding and sustainable relationships whatever the context. As a result, you can leverage your strengths, work more effectively with the styles of others and even prevent your own strengths becoming a liability by pushing them to extremes.
This improved perspective empowers you to be more insightful and flexible in your communication and behavioural patterns, enabling you to be more effective as a team leader, team member, sales person, business owner, HR professional or family member.
Who does DiSC work for?
- Business owners
- Chief executives
- Team Leaders
- Operators and Team Members
- Human Resource Teams
- Sales People
You give us 20 minutes of your time, we’ll give you a multi-page report full to the brim with actionable insights.
Your action plan
Use DiSC to channel control, choice and positive change through your life. We’re passionate about turning potential into reality.
DiSC is the leading personal assessment tool that has been used by over 40 million people worldwide to improve work productivity, teamwork and communication.
Whatever the work, business or personal context you’ll find DiSC an easy-to-understand and effective tool for better understanding yourself and your colleagues. Used across a team, it will give team members an objective and accurate evaluation of the benefits that their different qualities bring to the team.
Remember there is no right or wrong, it is not a test. It is an assessment.
The personalised report will give you a non-judgemental vocabulary that can be used to resolve conflicts positively, set common goals based upon well-formed outcomes and build trust and more importantly: Results.
The benefits are numerous:
- Individuals are more productive.
- Teams become greater than the sum of the parts.
- Managers are transformed into leaders.
- Win-win relationships are built with customers, resulting in long term sustainable business.
- The culture and ethos of the whole business is transformed, absenteeism and staff turnover reduced.
- At a personal level relationships take on a new strength and dimension.
- Conflict becomes positive and beneficial for the team that matter and not personal issues that don’t.