DISC Leadership WorkshopLevel 1, 183 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122
5.00 - 6.30pm 18 July 2019 - (Selling fast)
5.00 - 6.30pm 8 August 2019
5.00 - 6.30pm 19 September 2019
5.00 - 6.30pm 31 October 2019
By understanding the personality types around us, we can tailor our messages so that they are met with an open mind. This assists in gaining agreements from our coworkers and customers.
In this workshop, you’ll learn
- How to quickly identify the core behavioural profile of others using DISC
- Understand the hidden needs and fears of each core behavioural profile
- Tailor your messages to ensure that they are met with an open mind. Past attendees report a stronger positive working relationship with their coworkers and happier clients.
About the speaker
Daryl Keeley started Perform Zone in 2004. He is committed to growing Australian businesses by ensuring they hire and keep the best talent suitable for their business goals. He is passionate about creating highly productive teams and empowering leaders. Mr Keeley has held the Managing Director position of MACRO Recruitment since 1991.
Mr Keeley has recruited over 8,500 staff. He has presented over 1200 workshops on behavioural profiling and leadership and interviewed over 150 of the world’s highest profiled business thought leaders. In 2004 he developed one of the world’s most successful processes for recruiting staff, and guides the direction of a global recruitment software company that empowers recruitment agencies and employers to locate hire the best staff available.
More importantly, Mr Keeley provides education and tools to help businesses thrive through better hiring and staff management. His leadership workshops are sold out within two days and very well received.
Why it Works
Having challenges talking with people? Everyone has a natural communication style, ranging in diversity from the person who wants to control the conversation, to the person who sits backs evaluating. This workshop unleashes powerful catalysts designed to create effective team communication.
Practical tools designed to outline methods for adapting your style to others, causing more effective communication between you and others. Increase your one-on-one communication effectiveness with peers, subordinates, clients and friends. Use a simple approach to define and identify the four different DISC communication styles - Drive, Influence, Steadiness and Compliance.
Determine your natural style, learn clues for reading other people's styles and apply methods for interacting more effectively with communication styles that aren't the same as yours. Ideal for leaders, facilitators, consultants and representatives of every type of organisation seeking to enhance their productivity and effectiveness in all areas through improving their communication ability.
- Recognise clues for identifying the styles of others
- Develop effective communication strategies for the different styles
- Identify your personal style
- Utilise active listening skills
- Structure your message through establishing the end point first
- Learn how to effectively lead using powerful questions
- Gain confidence by actively role playing each communication style
- Improve your communication and impact your career success!
Our DISC training workshops are not abstract, conceptual time-wasters. They are run as small groups allowing you to gain maximum benefit. Every one of our workshops is conducted by Daryl Keeley. Daryl Keeley has been presenting DISC workshops for over 20 years. Daryl's training style is clear, practical, and highly interactive.
Added Bonus!Each participant will be able to complete a free DISC questionnaire that enables them to spot their own behavioural profile. In the workshop you will learn the key strengths of your core behavioural style and how to play to them.
The fine printLevel 1, 183 Burwood Rd, Hawthorn VIC 3122
Cost: $75 per person
What people are saying…
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