Between 8 and 20 people can take part in this workshop.
- Communication Styles survey before the course.
- Training on the different DiSC communication styles.
- Facilitated discussion about what the model means.
- Game exercise to use the model in practical ways.
- Better understanding of others communication styles
- Simple model to use when tensions or issues with communication arise
- Better communication among team members
This workshop is designed to bring established teams together so they can better problem solve and engage in a professional environment. Prices for this engagement range based on group size, time constraints, and follow-up needs.
Communication Styles Workshop
In any team, there will be a range of different communication styles and learning needs. As diversity of thought and styles makes for a wide variety of ideas, this variance is ideal in a workplace. However, it is important to understand these differences, as they can cause tension and miscommunication. Understanding each other’s needs when engaging professionally allows for smoother interactions, and less stress in the work place.
This workshop is specifically based on DiSC Profile, which is stemmed from a 1928 work by by Dr. William Marston(*). It’s been around for 90 years, and is supported by a set of tools that can be quickly learned and used by your team. Instead of a heavyweight, all encompassing personality profile, this workshop uses DiSC as the basis for discovering team member’s individual communication styles. From this, participants will also discover how they interact with each other’s styles, common areas of tension, and an understanding each others needs during communication.
Enigmatic Events has designed this as a half-day workshop for teams to explore the model and their own results. Using games and collaborative exercises, teams can then put into practice what they have learned. This workshop also includes facilitation of the profile survey for your team, analysis of the team style as a group, and a follow-up session. The follow-up session will help teams reflect on the model and reaffirm it as embedded, shared knowledge between team members.
To learn more about this workshop please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org
(*)Dr. Marston created the superhero Wonder Woman under the pseudonym Charles Moulton.