Everything DiSC® Management
Learn about the DiSC® model and how it informs the role of manager
- Discover your management style on the Everything DiSC Management Map
- Explore the priorities that drive your management style
- An introduction to the DiSC learning model and the four basic styles of management. Participants learn about their management styles and discuss the aspects of managing that they tend to enjoy or find draining.
- Explore the influence your management style has on how you manage time, make decisions, and approach problems
- Discover how your style helps shape your day as a manager
- Learn a method for recognizing other people’s DiSC styles
- Participants learn how to recognise others’ DiSC styles using people reading. They practice people reading using video segments in a competitive team activity. Finally, they people read someone they manage.
Directing and delegating
- Learn about your natural directing and delegating style
- Identify the directing and delegating needs of different people
- Write an action plan for improving how you direct and delegate to a person you manage
- Participants explore their perspectives on directing and delegating. They learn about their directing and delegating styles and discuss their strengths and challenges. Finally, participants use people reading to figure out the DiSC® style of someone they manage. They learn about directing and delegating to that style, and they write action plans for improving their approaches.
- Learn how you affect the motivation of others
- Recognize what different people find motivating and demotivating
- Write an action plan for creating a more motivating environment for someone you manage
- Participants learn about motivation and the environment they create. They discuss what was ineffective, then demonstrate a better approach. Finally, participants use people Managers then learn about what motivates that style, then they write an action plan for creating a more motivating environment.
- Learn about your natural style of developing others
- Identify the development preferences of different people
- Write an action plan for developing a specific employee
- Participants learn about the advantages and disadvantages of their styles when developing people. Then, in style groups, they discuss how they prefer to be developed. Finally, participants use people reading to figure out the DiSC style of someone they manage. They read about the development preferences of that style, and they write an action plan for developing that person.
Working with your manager
- Consider how your manager might see you
- Discover different approaches for getting buy-in from your manager
- Write an action plan for improving how you work with your manager
- Participants consider how well their managers understand them and how well they understand their managers. They discuss what they’re doing successfully with their managers and areas where they could improve. Finally, they write action plans for working more effectively with their managers.