A soul-searching journey to discover the psychology behind self- and group-behavior preferences
The world gathered at the Time Grand Hotel in Dubai, United Arab Emirates for DiSC Certification. The workshop, which ended on 20th of February, 2013 engaged key players in Corporate, NGO, and Education sectors in a soul-searching journey to discover the psychology behind people’s behavioral preferences in the workplace. The trainers-training workshop involved training, coaching and practice sessions using Inscape’s three assessment tools (DiSC Classic 2.0 profile, Team Dimensions 2.0 Profile, & Time Mastery Profile) to equip participants with relevant skills needed to gain mastery of and administer these tools to others. At the end of the 3-day workshop, participants were empowered to accurately explain the theory of DiSC, how it relates to DiSC Classic, Team Dimensions & Time Mastery tools. They were also empowered to 'People read', in order to adapt and respond appropriately with DiSC, motivate-manage a team, and effectively and efficiently administer each of the three assessment tools. Participants also gained mastery of how to use these tools in their various organizations including identifying application opportunities to create solutions for recruiting, selecting and managing human capital for overall organizational effectiveness.
Participants had this to say:
It helped me to learn more about myself and taught me how to deal with some of my behavioral challenges by giving me better insight on how to handle myself and the people around me.
This is one of those workshop programs every executive should endeavor to participate in at one point in life.
I really appreciate the application aspect of DiSC that KnowledgeWorkx’s workshop presents especially, the facilitator’s allowance for question that doesn’t necessarily fit the context but involves practical application of the tools.
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