We all know that employees who are self-aware are more likely to maximize their talents, more effectively recognize and manage their challenges, and produce better results. Self-aware employees work better with their colleagues and promote teamwork at every level of your organization. In return, your company experiences higher morale, lower turnover, and better results.
Every employee, whether they realize it or not (and most do not), is a co-creator of workplace culture. When people understand their own personality and behavioral style and show respect for individual differences, they impact the culture in a very positive way. By applying the wisdom of the styles, each person improves the culture, one interaction at a time.
Take Flight Learning offers a variety of DISC-based training programs:
Taking Flight Profile
The Taking Flight Profile provides an overview of the four styles and contains a wealth of personalized information that identifies the individual’s overall characteristics, strengths, work tendencies, motivators, needs, desired environment, behaviors during conflict, stress response, communication needs, and more!
Chameleon Leadership Profile
The Chameleon Leadership Profile provides an in-depth description of an individual’s approach to leadership based on their bird style. The report includes a description of how they act at their best and when under stress. The profile also includes information about communicating, listening, sharing vision, running meetings, delegating, providing feedback, coaching others, holding people accountable, creating an engaging environment.
ReDISCovering Conflict Profile
The ReDISCovering Conflict Profile captures a person’s conflict management style based on the Eagles, Parrots, Doves, and Owls. The report includes how they communicate during conflict and how they need others to communicate to them. Individuals will also discover why they avoid conflict, what triggers them to engage in conflict, their stress response and the Chameleon Conflict Model that provides a framework for managing conflict based on values, goals, process, and relationships.
Which Bird Are You? Kid’s Profile
The Which Bird are You? Kid’s Profile is designed to help children ages 8-12 to understand themselves and gain insight into what makes them special. In addition, parents learn about the specific needs of their child and teachers and coaches learn how to support the child in the classroom and in extracurricular activities.
Taking Flight with DISC Student Profile
The Taking Flight with DISC Student Profile includes all of the content from the Taking Flight with DISC Profile but also includes personalized information about careers that match the individual’s bird style.