How to Implement DISC in an Organization for Lasting Change

DISC Profile / DISC Training / Human Resource Management
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Our DISC behavior and other talent management assessments change people’s life’s and have a major impact on organizational improvement. However, for lasting change, there is a right way and wrong way in using these assessments. This webinar will outline some of the proven ways to use DISC and other assessments for a long lasting change with both internal and external clients. Learn to overcome the common barriers of conducting DISC workshops and discover how to change the company culture and make DISC a living and breathing part of the organizational culture — not a “flavor of the month” training program. Discover the proper deployment strategy and reinforcement techniques to keep DISC alive in your organizations for lasting results.

Learning objectives:


• Learn about other assessments and certification programs to expand your life beyond DISC
• Expand your career and earning opportunities
• Make yourself more valuable to your staff and clients
• Learn how to implement DISC throughout your organization not just a one day event
• Use the profiles as part of your hiring and onboarding processes
• How to keep DISC alive and not die on the vine

Join us for a webinar on Nov 08, 2016 at 1:00 PM EST.

https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6681274043110839043

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