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The building of effective teams the DiSC Way

AlignDiSC In Teams


AlignDiSC in Teams s a workshop training and personalized learning experience to increase the effectiveness of anyone in management role.


Participants deepen their understanding of themselves, their direct reports and their on managers using the DiSC model while learning how to tap on the team member's natural role preferences and intrinsic motivators to create a dynamic, effective team.

With personalized insights and actionable strategies, participants walk away with concrete strategies to help them adap to the styles of their direct reports and enabling them to bring out the best in their team.


The Assessment

The research-validated online assessment asks participants to respond to behavioural statements to help determine the participant’s DiSC priorities. It is a quick and simple in its administration that requires only 7 minutes to accurately provide precise insights of their behavioural strengths

The Profile

In this personalized, 20-page profile, participants will be provided with unlock engagement and inspire effective collaboration. They will explore the priorities that drive their behaviour, learn what might be challenging when interacting with others, and gain actionable strategies to become effective at the workplace

The Learning

The profile comes to life with the AlignDiSC  workshop, offering a classroom experience that engages and educates. With a dynamic, modular design, participants will walk away with a deeper understanding of their personalized profile and a memorable experience that inspires lasting behavioural change and impact.

The Follow Up

Comparison Reports

Specific reports can be generated to allow any two participants to explore and build effective working relationships


Team View

With no limit to the number of participants included, this report gives you an at-a-glance view of a group of participants and their individual DiSC maps.


Group Culture Report

Determine the group/department's DiSC culture by exploring its advantages and disadvantages, impact on group members, and influence on decision-making and risk-taking.

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