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DISC Training Course

Step 1 - Complete a DISC Assessment

Complete a DISC assessment today to learn more about your behavioral tendencies. Pick an area that is applicable to you and your goals. We are able to provide a couple different options if your want to learn more about how you behave - personally or in a work environment. Our reports are great for the hiring / interviewing process, professional development, and personal development.

Save $ on paying for DISC workshops and courses by getting everything you need about DISC wrapped into one program. Our DISCflex™ eLearning course contains over 15 hours of content. The content is delivered via video, audio, and script including additional whitepapers and activities designed to help the user in understanding DISC.

The DISC eLearning program is reference library that many businesses, colleges, and coaches use for pre and post materials concerning DISC. We would be happy to show you how this program works and map out what content may be applicable to your needs.

Step 2 - DISC Report Debrief Workshop

Once you have completed a DISC Assessment, we can help you in understanding your report. Our individual DISC reports are written to the user.

They should be simple to understand, but we know this information may be new to you and you may want someone to assist you. This is why we offer a report debrief so that you can have your questions answered!

Our trained coaches would be happy to talk to you one on one or in a group about how your report is laid out and how you can use it to succeed. We offer this live in-person or via a 60-minute webinar. Please contact us today to schedule a report debrief.

Step 3 - Recognizing DISC Workshop

We have created a workshop around DISC. Here we examine the four DISC factors - Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Compliance. Each factor has strengths, weaknesses, motivators, and stressors. You will begin to understand the mindset and tendencies of each factor. The workshop includes activities to assist you in grasping the core concepts of DISC.

Step 4 - Dialing Up and Down DISC Workshop

This workshop is meant for individuals/groups who have a good understanding of the DISC factors. We recommend completing the recognizing DISC workshop or Parts 1-3 of the DISC eLearning before taking this workshop.

Here we examine how to dial up and down the DISC factors and how they relate to one another. We lay out the 12 DISC Sub-factors and 6 spectrums on how you can flex your DISC factors. The goal being to help you flex your behavior to what is appropriate for the given situation.

We have designed a new Team Behavior Report that allows you to pick and choose which members of your organization you would like to include. Once you have selected your team, pick a team leader and the system will generate a comprehensive Team DISC Report. You will find your teams individual DISC scores, information on your team leaders potential strengths and challenges, and information on the 9 steps of a successful team mapped out with the useful DISC factors for each step.

*Please make sure to note that everyone you want to include on your team must complete (or have previously completed) the same DISCflex™ assessment.

Once everyone on your team has completed the same assessment, we can generate a team report. You will be asked to designate a team leader as the report is written to the team leader.

The report should be simple to understand, but we know this information may be new to you and you may want someone to assist you. This is why we offer a report debrief so that you can have your questions answered!

Our trained coaches would be happy to talk to you about how your report is laid out and how you can use it to succeed. We offer this live in-person or via a 60-minute webinar. Please contact us today to schedule a report debrief.

DISC Certified Coaches

DISCflex Certification Process:

  1. Complete your DISCflex Assessment
  2. Complete our DISCflex Certification training webinar (90 minutes)

Coaches Receive:

  • 30% off all Indaba Products and Services
  • No minimum purchase requirements
  • We mail you a hard-copy DISC Certificate
    • No renewal fees
    • Certificate does not expire

 

Cheapest DISC Distibutors

Distributing Partners:

 Do you have connections with businesses, coaches, or schools where they could use DISC? Help spread the word about Indaba Global products and be handsomely rewarded!

Partners Receive:

  • 100 DISCflex Units of your choice and DISC Certification Training
  • 60% off all Indaba Products and Services
  • No minimum purchase requirements
  • We mail you a hard-copy DISC Certificate after you complete your training.
    • No renewal fees
    • Certificate does not expire

What is your goal in using the DISC program? We would be happy to answer your questions and discuss what your vision is in implementing DISC. You may want some or all of the information above. Please contact us so we can best serve you!

Our workshop pricing is dependent on a couple factors. Will the workshop be run in-person or via webinar? How many people do you wish to have complete the course and will this be a one-time event or would you like us to work with future groups.

DISCflex uses DISC methodology (see below) and our very own DISC Assessment to create your DISCflex Report.  Our reports cover many different topics and explain in detail how your DISC profile will affect your behaviors in each scenario...Read more!

The proof is now published by The Journal of Organizational Psychology, as the DISCflex Leadership Team Performance Model talks about how using DISC develops emotional intelligence...Read more!

DISC Assessments help identify a student’s strengths and potential challenges as well as their motivators and stressors. Teaching students the basics of DISC and how to begin to flex their behavior is a great way for professors to engage their students and positively impact their soft skills...Read more!

A technically skilled employee or teammate without proper behavioral skills and awareness can be just as damaging to a team as a highly mature employee/teammate with no technical skills at all!  The key to success in a business environment is to possess strong technical skills and achieve a level of behavioral intelligence to become a trusted and respected member of the team...Read more!

With a little focus and effort, you can learn a quick and effective method for recognizing a customer’s preferences and flexing your behavior to match their expectation. Using the DISC acronym your team can make quick and discrete notes about a customer’s preferences that will help them and other team members communicate with the customer more effectively...Read more!

Once you know your preference of your DISC behavioral type the challenge is to begin giving up the way you compulsively live it out. The challenge is to change for every situation you face. This is called behavioral flexing. The bottom line: There are both positive and negative aspects of your style. Mitigating weak areas and playing to your strengths is preferable, but this doesn’t always happen... Read more!

The Rational Decision-Making Process is a 6-step process that requires you to identify your problem, develop options, and analyze them from a cost/benefit perspective. After these steps have been accomplished and you have selected and implemented the decision, you circle back to the original decision and evaluate it. During this phase, you should also revisit your initial gut reaction – the first intuitive thought of what decision you would have made prior to gathering your decision making information...Read more!

The Rational Decision-Making Process is a 6-step process that requires you to identify your problem, develop options, and analyze them from a cost/benefit perspective. After these steps have been accomplished and you have selected and implemented the decision, you circle back to the original decision and evaluate it. During this phase, you should also revisit your initial gut reaction – the first intuitive thought of what decision you would have made prior to gathering your decision making information...Read more!