DISC for Conflict Management
“Conflict is the beginning of Consciousness” – M. Esther Harding
There are two major myths about conflict: that it always involves anger and that it's always negative. Conflict can actually be a positive tool for growth if you know how to manage it properly. This one-day course will teach participants just how to do that.
In ETI's Science of Self series we combine DISC, a behavioral style instrument, and Driving Forces, a motivational assessment, to explore personal tendencies and preferences of each participant. This workshop positions you and your staff members to increase the productive nature of working relationships.
You will learn the predominant behaviors of the four DISC
profiles and your preferred behaviors. Additionally, we apply the science of motivation to understand our intrinsic motivators. Applied in a team setting, a greater
understanding of others’ preferred behaviors and driving forces gets immediate results from better
communication and less questioning of hidden motives. Team members will
approach conflict in a positive way to produce greater results, not disharmony.
Objectives Upon successful completion of this program, participants will be able to:
- Understand conflict
- Be able to identify the stages of conflict
- Use LECSR to resolve conflict
- Identify other ways to resolve conflict
- Develop personal skills necessary to resolve conflict
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Each participant will take the TTI Success Insights(c) assessment prior to the workshop. They will receive their report during the session.