• Course Info

    Course Info

    Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC)

    Is there one person at work who you just don’t get? Or someone who approaches things so differently from you that you struggle to relate to them?

    If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. We all have team members who we find hard to communicate with, or work alongside. And yet, for the sake of our teams and organisations, we need to make these relationships work. The good news is there are ways of doing this. A good starting point is to understand more about your own personality, and that of the other person.

    Personality has been studied for centuries, and this research has led to various ways of categorising behavioral styles. When you understand some of these, you will get to know what makes others “tick,” and learn how to get the most from your team members in a way that benefits them as well as the organisation.

    Key to running a high-performance team is building the team’s internal communication and fostering an understanding and supportive environment. To do this at the optimal level it is essential that team members know the styles and needs of themselves and their colleagues.

    DiSC® uses psychometric evaluation that assesses individual behavioural styles, needs and priorities to allow you to assess and adapt in the real world. On mastering DISC you can expect to improve team performance and cohesion, saving time while increasing energy and engagement and reducing conflict.

    DISC is research-based and is used by millions globally each year to improve team performance.

    DiSC is an acronym for;

    Dominance (D)

    Influence (i)

    Steadiness (S)

    Conscientiousness (C)

    By taking an evaluation we find our place on the spectrum, and we can reliably place others as well, increasing our understanding and adapting to their differences.

    This is highly relevant for you as an individual contributor, team member, manager, leader or salesperson.

    The skills you will learn on this course are immediately applicable personal development skills that allow you to build better relationships that lead to better workplaces and increased productivity.

  • Course Enrolment

    Course Enrolment

    The Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) course is $95

    The Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) course is delivered at 17 Lexington Drive, Bella Vista NSW 2153.

    The course is delivered over on 6 hour session, face to face.

    The Behaviours of Peak Performance Course Description

    Student Handbook

  • Training Program

    Training Program

    The Behaviour of Peak Performance (DISC) program includes:

    • 23-page highly personalized report
    • Identification of your leadership style
    • Context-specific feedback
    • Strategies for improving leadership effectiveness
    • Context-specific feedback
    • Understand yourself and what drives your behaviours in a management context
    • Learn how to create more effective relationships
    • Learn how to effectively direct, delegate and motivate employees

    Using the power of the personalized DiSC profile this interactive workshop offers leaders a journey of discovery of their management style while learning how to adapt your style to manage, motivate and delegate more effectively.

  • Prerequisites

    Prerequisites

    All students must be 18 years old on the day to participate in this course.

  • Certification

    Certification

    Once Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) is successfully completed, learners will be issued with a certificate of completion. Certificates are emailed to students however a hard copy is available for an additional fee.

  • Go Digital

    Go Digital

    You don’t have to wait for your competency card to arrive in the post. Download the app to your smartphone available on iTunes® or at the Google Play™ store. Once you have the app, you’ll need your CCH number to add your competencies. Your CCH number is displayed on your photo card.

    Visit www.service.nsw.gov.au and search ‘Get started with digital licences’ to learn more about the digital NSW competency card.

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Course Info

Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC)

Is there one person at work who you just don’t get? Or someone who approaches things so differently from you that you struggle to relate to them?

If this sounds familiar, you’re not alone. We all have team members who we find hard to communicate with, or work alongside. And yet, for the sake of our teams and organisations, we need to make these relationships work. The good news is there are ways of doing this. A good starting point is to understand more about your own personality, and that of the other person.

Personality has been studied for centuries, and this research has led to various ways of categorising behavioral styles. When you understand some of these, you will get to know what makes others “tick,” and learn how to get the most from your team members in a way that benefits them as well as the organisation.

Key to running a high-performance team is building the team’s internal communication and fostering an understanding and supportive environment. To do this at the optimal level it is essential that team members know the styles and needs of themselves and their colleagues.

DiSC® uses psychometric evaluation that assesses individual behavioural styles, needs and priorities to allow you to assess and adapt in the real world. On mastering DISC you can expect to improve team performance and cohesion, saving time while increasing energy and engagement and reducing conflict.

DISC is research-based and is used by millions globally each year to improve team performance.

DiSC is an acronym for;

Dominance (D)

Influence (i)

Steadiness (S)

Conscientiousness (C)

By taking an evaluation we find our place on the spectrum, and we can reliably place others as well, increasing our understanding and adapting to their differences.

This is highly relevant for you as an individual contributor, team member, manager, leader or salesperson.

The skills you will learn on this course are immediately applicable personal development skills that allow you to build better relationships that lead to better workplaces and increased productivity.

Course Enrolment

The Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) course is $95

The Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) course is delivered at 17 Lexington Drive, Bella Vista NSW 2153.

The course is delivered over on 6 hour session, face to face.

The Behaviours of Peak Performance Course Description

Student Handbook

Training Program

The Behaviour of Peak Performance (DISC) program includes:

  • 23-page highly personalized report
  • Identification of your leadership style
  • Context-specific feedback
  • Strategies for improving leadership effectiveness
  • Context-specific feedback
  • Understand yourself and what drives your behaviours in a management context
  • Learn how to create more effective relationships
  • Learn how to effectively direct, delegate and motivate employees

Using the power of the personalized DiSC profile this interactive workshop offers leaders a journey of discovery of their management style while learning how to adapt your style to manage, motivate and delegate more effectively.

Prerequisites

All students must be 18 years old on the day to participate in this course.

Certification

Once Behaviours of Peak Performance (DISC) is successfully completed, learners will be issued with a certificate of completion. Certificates are emailed to students however a hard copy is available for an additional fee.

Go Digital

You don’t have to wait for your competency card to arrive in the post. Download the app to your smartphone available on iTunes® or at the Google Play™ store. Once you have the app, you’ll need your CCH number to add your competencies. Your CCH number is displayed on your photo card.

Visit www.service.nsw.gov.au and search ‘Get started with digital licences’ to learn more about the digital NSW competency card.