Effective communication is often listed as the #1 skill in being successful in any profession.
Have you ever wondered why you meet some people and have an instant connection? Why is it that some people we meet are so easy to get along with and others seem to challenge us at every turn?
There are countless ways we describe ourselves and the people we meet.
- Detailed Oriented
- Big Picture
- People Person
- Numbers Driven
- Goes With Their Gut
- Likes to Rock the Boat
- Lone Wolf
- Loves the Pack
The DiSC profile, published by Wiley, is a non-judgmental tool used for discussion of people's behavioral differences.
There are 3 key objectives of this program
- Understanding ourselves – What are your likes and dislikes? What type of work do you enjoy? What stresses you out? What are your tendencies when you communicate? DiSC will increase your self-awareness of your tendencies.
- Understanding the other person’s point of view – What makes other people tick? How does your behavior impact the people around you? By paying attention to clues DiSC can help you improve your relationships with the people around you.
- Form a plan to improve your communication skills – We will work on effectively communicating with people that aren’t like you. We will review strategies on how small changes in how we engage others can deliver big results.
- Improve working relationships by recognizing the communication needs of team members
- Improved teamwork and customer services with internal and external partners
- Improve your effectiveness as a manager producing better results
Four 1-hour virtual instructor-led sessions
A short 10-minute survey will be sent to participants 1 week before the class.
About the Instructor:
Chris Brezler has worked with thousands of students in classrooms across the country. He brings years of experience in various industries ranging from Telecom, Finance, Technology, and Steel. Chris received his Bachelors of Education from Shippensburg University and holds a Masters of Education from Penn State University. He is a proud US Army veteran and served 8 years in the US Army Reserve.
Chris has that rare ability to be comfortable with the men and women on the front line of any organization as well as the executives in the boardroom. Chris brings the combination of practical and application to all of his classes. He is a dynamic speaker that engages and involves the audience in his workshops. His style is interactive and not your typical death by PowerPoint presentation that plagues so many classrooms. When he isn’t teaching or helping business leaders achieve goals you’ll find him outside somewhere, hiking, biking, golfing, kayaking or hanging out with his wife Lily and their beloved dog.