Training Programs Custom or Pre-developed DiSC assessments


    proudly offers comprehensive training program kits

    and a variety of learning assessments for purchase.


    Below is a list of some of the programs that we can facilitate

    for your organization in varying formats:




  • A Foundation of Success: Better Understanding Yourself & Others

    The foundation of success lies in understanding oneself and others, then adapting one's behavior to meet diverse needs.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify your own behavior style
    • Maximize your own behavior strengths
    • Increase your appreciation of all other styles
    • Anticipate and minimize potential conflict situations
  • Performance Management: Increasing Productivity and Efficiency

    When performance objectives are clear and attainable, linked to company and departmental goals, employees are empowered to achieve results-focused outcomes.

    Responsibility + Accountability = Results


    Learning Objectives:

    • What is Performance Management?
    • Why incorporate Performance Management into your organization?
    • Who is involved in managing performance?
    • How do we measure performance?
    • What is an objective vs. a task?
    • What are the rewards of a Performance Management program to an employee, a department, an organization?
  • Giving Performance Feedback
    Providing ongoing communication about employee performance is an essential in today’s workplace. This program is very interactive.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Describe the three forms of performance feedback – one positive and two corrective
    • Experience providing all three forms in different practical work situations

  • Person-To-Person: Becoming a More Effective Communicator

    Good communication depends on more than effective speakers. You need effective listeners, too. Learn to listen with the clarity, focus and purpose that it takes for total and successful communication.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Discover your preferred listening approach
    • Understand the focus, motivation, and behavioral indicators of the five listening approaches
    • Appreciate the value of different listening approaches in various environments
    • Develop effective listening strategies and create a personal environment
  • Communicating for Business Results
    Develop and actualize a 90-day communication plan for your team.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Create a plan to drive employee engagement
    • Utilize a communication matrix to select the appropriate method for a particular topic and target audience
    • Adapt an organizational message related to business results
    • Communicate and organizational goal with meaning to a specific group of employees
    • Identify guidelines for recognizing employee achievement

  • Maximizing Every Individual's Contribution to the Team

    Having trouble getting the team's project completed? Help team members do the right thing at the right time. Participants will discover how to work from each other's strength, value each contribution and achieve breakthrough performance.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Identify your own individual approach to teamwork
    • Clarify roles and reinforce strengths of all team members
    • Understand and encourage team innovation and problem solving
    • Achieve high-performance team results through effective individual contributions
  • Learning to Fly with ALL of the Geese

    Leaders come in many varieties, ranging from charismatic visionaries to the unassuming team players who help their peers work together in accomplishing goals set by others. Most leaders display several leadership characteristics and these are explored in 12 dimensions of leadership.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Discover how you want to lead
    • Learn what kinds of leaders you want to follow
    • Determine the dimensions of leadership needed by your organization
    • Gain insight into creating committed followers
  • Full Plate? Becoming the Master of Your Time and Energy

    Wanting to save yourself and your organization time and money? Shorter deadlines, competing priorities, endless meetings, interruptions and ever-greater expectations are just some of today's time challenges. We will explore these challenges so that you can master your own time.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Develop your "Can Do" attitude
    • Clearly establish goals by prioritizing and analyzing your time use
    • Plan for effectiveness by scheduling, controlling interruptions and improving the use of all meeting time
    • Master the flow of paperwork and increase your delegation skills
    • Conquer procrastination and develop "time teamwork"
  • High Performing Teams
    Teams can reach their greatest potential by utilizing tools and strategies to produce the best results.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Describe the three elements of high performance for a team
    • Identify key team characteristics that enhance project success
    • Experience several resources available for building high performing teams

  • Behavioral Interviewing: What, Why and How
    Distinguish the definition, the value, and the competencies necessary to implement this strategy in your Talent Acquisition.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Define behavioral interviewing
    • Perform the activities of the behavioral interviewing process
    • Conduct the steps in a behavioral interview
    • Demonstrate the key skills for conducting an effective interview

  • Have an ATTITUDE? Your Role in Creating A Positive Environment

    An empowering program designed to help people understand that how they perceive and respond to events around them is their choice. This awareness is the first step in changing negative attitudes to positive ones.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Transform negative attitudes into positive ones
    • Foster communication and teamwork
    • Overcome self-imposed limitations, fears, and doubts
    • Inspire innovation and leadership
    • Develop effective new goal-setting and problem-solving techniques
    • Create a climate of empowerment
  • Coping with Stress: The Power of Relationships

    Focusing on the interaction of stress, coping resources, and satisfaction in four life areas: Personal, Work, Couple, and Family.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Examine stress, coping resources, and satisfaction levels in four life areas
    • Increase awareness of effective stress management techniques
    • Create a plan for achieving individual goals
    • Invest in oneself and incorporate positive change in one's life
  • Balancing Customer Needs with Ethics

    The dilemma of providing excellent customer service can sometimes be impacted by ethical decisions.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Explore the various influences on ethical decision making
    • Describe common customer inquiries
    • Apply four steps in defusing irate customers
  • Diversity: A Workplace Asset

    Helping employees learn how they personally respond to workforce diversity issues, and where they need to develop increased understanding. It is the foundation on which authentic communication, acceptance, teamwork and successful futures will be built.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Recognize the reality of individual uniqueness
    • Identify your opinions and feelings about workforce diversity
    • Increase both personal and workplace productivity
    • Expand your appreciation of differences
    • Identify potential areas of conflict, and gain insights to achieve positive resolution
  • Enabling Innovation through Diversity
    Examine the value, potential barriers, and communication strategies for fostering inclusion in your diversity strategy.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Explain key concepts related to diversity in today’s workplace
    • Describe the personal, organizational, and customer benefits for developing an inclusive environment
    • Identify techniques for overcoming the principle obstacles
    • Illuminate communication strategies that increase inclusion

  • Managing Work Expectations & Transforming Attitudes

    Certain employment expectations, such as salary, hours, and job duties are clearly understood by both employer and employee. Other expectations intimately linked to an individual's concept of work often times go unspoken or unacknowledged. By exploring these 10 work expectations, attitudes can be transformed.

    • Recognition
    • Autonomy
    • Expression
    • Career Growth
    • Diversity
    • Teamwork
    • Structure
    • Comfort
    • Balance
    • Stability

    Learning Objectives:

    • Explore 10 key expectations plus information on compensation expectations
    • Discover which expectations are most important to YOU
    • Learn how to communicate your expectations to others
    • Get feedback on managing your expectations
    • Improve your outlook and enhance your attitude toward work
    • Enjoy the benefits of increased job satisfaction and improved performance
  • Sexual Harassment: In the Wake of #MeToo

    As members of an organization interact internally and with clients and vendors, sexual harassment issues may exist. This training program will help individuals have a greater understanding of identifying, understanding, preventing, and reporting harassment behavior should it occur in the workplace.


    Learning Objectives:

    • Define Discrimination, Harassment, Sexual Harassment, Quid Pro Quo and Hostile Work Environment
    • Explore myths about Sexual Harassment
    • Review the latest harassment legislation
    • Discuss scenarios that may or may not demonstrate Sexual Harassment
    Two offerings: 1 hour training session for non-supervisory employees, 2 hour training session for supervisors at all levels. Meets requirements for all states where mandated by law. These are also available as self-paced online learning courses.
  • We Have To Start Meeting Like This: Having Effective Meetings

    Meetings, are they really necessary? What can you do to make your meeting time more effective as the facilitator and as a participant?


    Learning Objectives:

    • Define what makes a meeting ineffective
    • Explore the value of the committee system
    • Discuss the need and components of an effective agenda
    • Compare consensus vs. true consensus
    • Experiment using a facilitative agenda

    Presentation Skills: Sharpening the Saw
    Strengthening one’s ability to present information to others by exploring personal challenges and individual learning styles. An interactive workshop that incorporates theory and practice with constructive feedback.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Review challenges faced in making presentations to others
    • Explore learning styles based on experience, process, organization, storing and retrieving information
    • Key steps in developing an effective visual presentation


    "The seminar really helped me understand my behavior and to see how others on my team would view/perceive my way of working so I can adapt."

    "The course 'flow' is working well and you acknowledge that we have differing levels of experience."

    "All the information provided was clear and made in a way to provide real life change."

    "The safe space you created allowed the analytics and insights to flow easier"

    "I liked the structure and timeliness. We stayed on task."

    "Thank you for making the class FUN."

    "Thank you for the positive day! Looking forward to Day 2!"

    "Very constructive class with clear objectives. Love it."

    "Great job getting things going on time and sticking to the schedule. It helps to be able to use our time most effectively."

    "Your presentation skills are excellent. You loop back to connect the dots to make the learning stick. Having been in restaurants and the hospitality industry for 30 years and having conducted hundreds of progressive discipline conversations, I would never do one without a witness. Thank you."

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