What if people had their needs written all over them? Then you wouldn’t need DiSC® to understand the people around you. Since “need-tags” aren’t really an option, there’s Everything DiSC®.
Everything DiSC® uses adaptive testing and an interactive assessment process that tailors questions based on an individual’s item responses. Everything DiSC® is the fastest, easiest way to go from assessment to action, with tips and strategies to connect better with your coworkers and improve your workplace.
Everything DiSC Work of Leaders®
Using the framework of Vision, Alignment, and Execution, the Everything DiSC Work of Leaders Profile® encourages leaders to understand their own leadership behaviors and how they impact their effectiveness. With strong visuals to illustrate key messages, the 23-page personalized leadership-specific report includes 18 behavioral continua, context-specific feedback, and strategies for improving leadership effectiveness.
Everything DiSC 363® For Leaders
Everything DiSC 363 for Leaders® combines the best of 360s with the simplicity and power of DiSC, plus three personalized strategies for improving leadership effectiveness that can be put into action immediately. With the exclusive selectable comments feature, CommentSmart, raters can give focused, balanced, constructive feedback that the leader can actually use. This time-saving option allows raters to expand on their ratings by choosing from a list of highly-tested comments. The profile has the ability to handle an unlimited number of raters and combine their feedback into one 22+ page intuitive, easy to read report.
Everything DiSC Workplace®
Everything DiSC Workplace® can be used within everyone in an organization, regardless of title or role, to build more effective relationships – one relationship at a time – and improve the quality of the workplace. The 20-page personalized profile explores the priorities that drive learners at work. Participants understand their DiSC® style and how to increase their effectiveness with all four DiSC® styles. The profile includes an in-depth, personalized style index – an at-a-glance overview of the other styles and how the individual interacts with them.
5 Dysfunctions of a Team
In theory, teamwork is simple. Most of us already know what it requires. But in practice teamwork is difficult. Building a team is a process, one that requires remarkable levels of discipline, courage, and persistence. Build a stronger, more effective team – and give your organization the ultimate competitive edge.
For a team to be truly effective, it must overcome the five dysfunctions as outlined by Patrick Lencioni in his best-selling The Five Dysfunctions of a Team:
Absence of Trust. Members of great teams trust one another on a fundamental, emotional level, and they are comfortable being vulnerable with each other about their weaknesses, mistakes, fears and behaviors.
Fear of Conflict. Teams that trust one another are not afraid to engage in passionate dialogue around issues and decisions that are key to the organization’s success.
Lack of Commitment. Teams that engage in unfiltered conflict are able to achieve genuine buy-in around important decisions, even when various members of the team initially disagree.
Avoidance of Accountability. Teams that commit to decisions and standards of performance do not hesitate to hold one another accountable for adhering to those decisions and standards.
Inattention to Results. Teams that trust one another, engage in conflict, commit to decisions, and hold one another accountable are very likely to set aside their individual needs and agendas and focus almost exclusively on what is best for the team.
The Five Dysfunctions of a Team program helps team members and leaders use the Five Dysfunctions model to function more effectively so their teams can achieve their full potential.