Creating Better Communication, Collaboration & Trust on Your Team Using the DISC Model
Webinar Price: $49
How is your team doing?
When you think about that question you are likely subconsciously thinking about three factors that directly correlate with team productivity and output: communication, collaboration and trust.
If you believe your team could be more effective on any (or all of those criteria), chances are you would love ways to understand the gaps and help your team members overcome them.
You may be familiar with the DISC model, a powerful way to understand preferences in human behavior and communication. Whether you know this assessment well or not at all, your main interest needn’t be in the theoretical basis for why and how it works. But rather for the same reasons people buy drills because they want holes rather than because they like drills, the DISC model can help you improve communication, collaboration, and trust on your team.
Best-selling authors, trainers, coaches, and consultants Kevin Eikenberry and Guy Harris like and use the DISC model simply because it can help individuals and teams be more successful – when used properly.
Used poorly, the DISC model can alienate people rather than connect them, frustrate people rather than engage them, and damage trust rather than build it.
Also like any other tool, if you use it correctly, it can leverage your efforts and multiply your results. Apply it with the right mindsets and approaches, and you build trust, enhance communication, and create powerful collaboration – all the things that will help teams get better results by nearly any measure.
That’s why we are hosting this live event where you can listen in as two master practitioners discuss the mindsets, approaches, and tactics you can apply to create an environment that improves communication, encourages collaboration, and builds trust.
Kevin and Guy will address:
- How to significantly enhance trust and build relationships on your team
- How to both model and encourage the mindsets and approaches that encourage collaboration rather than competition
- Danger zones and what to look for to keep your team focused on building trusting relationships
- Specific tools and resources you can use to support your efforts to encourage communication, collaboration, and trust
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to hear two world-class speakers at a discounted rate!
Title: Creating Better Communication, Collaboration & Trust on Your Team Using the DISC Model
Date: November 20, 2020
Time: 11:00 – 12:00 pm ET
About Your Facilitators
Kevin Eikenberry is a recognized world expert on leadership development and learning and is the Chief Potential Officer of The Kevin Eikenberry Group. He has spent more than 25 years helping organizations and leaders from around the world, on leadership, learning, communication and more. Twice he has been named by Inc.com as one of the top 100 Leadership and Management Experts in the World and has been included in many other similar lists. He is the author, co-author or a contributing author to nearly 20 books, including Remarkable Leadership, From Bud to Boss – Secrets of the Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership, The Long-Distance Leader: Rules for Remarkable Remote Leadership and the upcoming The Long-Distance Teammate.
Guy Harris’ career includes service as a nuclear engineering officer in the U.S. Navy submarine fleet, various supervisory/managerial roles in the chemical industry and personal business ownership. In the early 1990s, he began his career in leadership development. He is a Certified Human Behavior Specialist, a Master Trainer in the DISC Model of Human Behavior, and a Conflict Resolution Subject Matter Expert.
Guy is the co-author of From Bud to Boss: Secrets to a Successful Transition to Remarkable Leadership, Sell Naked on the Phone, and The Behavior Bucks System. He has been a contributing author, content developer and editor on other books and training materials including: Presenting With Style; Leadership @ Work, Leadership Brief and To The Point, and Leadership: It’s an Inside Job.