Working collaboratively using DISC

Connecting with someone with similar behaviours to you is easy but connecting with people with different behaviours can be challenging. Register for this workshop to learn about a non-judgmental tool for identifying people’s behavioural differences and preferences.

Working collaboratively using DISC

The DISC profile is the most widely used behavioural model in the world. DISC is a tool that helps people understand the different behavioral styles people use when communicating and interacting with others. Staff are invited to attend this workshop that will introduce the DISC model in a highly interactive process of self-discovery and insight. Participants recognise themselves and others as behavioral patterns are described and discover a way of talking about differences in a positive, non-judgmental way.

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Learning objectives

At the end of the Workshop learners will be able to:

  • Understand the DISC Model
  • Identify core behaviours for each style
  • Understand their personal behavioral style and how it affects the way they relate, communicate, motivate, and work with others
  • Recognise, understand, and appreciate other people’s behavioural styles
  • Adapt their behavior to improve their interactions with colleagues
  • Appreciate people's differences and use them as an asset, not a source of conflict
  • Name preferred communication for each style
  • Apply acquired knowledge to enhance relationships

Session details

Location
Date
Time
North Sydney 9 October 9am-3pm
Melbourne 11 October 9am-3pm
Ballarat 12 October 9am-3pm
Strathfield 16 October 9am-3pm
Brisbane 17 October 9am-3pm
Canberra 19 October 9am-3pm

Who should attend?

This workshop is suitable for all staff.

ACU Capability Development Framework

This workshop aligns to ACU CDF core competencies ‘Communicate with Impact’ and ‘Collaborate Effectively’.

How to register?

Please register via Staff Connect no later than one week prior to the workshop. Search for course code 12000.

For registration enquiries please email learninggs@acu.edu.au or Capabilities and Development, Human Resources on (02) 9739 2211.


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