Certification in behavioural analysis is not just for professional offices, it is making an impact in the classroom too. Corporate consultants and life coaches have long known that using DISC is a great tool for coaching people to become expert communicators. The best HR departments and managers have also adopted DISC Certification to help professionals improve interoffice communication and sales staff to create more “behaviorally intelligent” sales forces. However, DISC Certification is not limited to the corporate world. School educators can also learn to adapt their personality styles and boost their “behavioural intelligence” to give them a communication edge in the classroom.
What is the DISC Personality System?
Every person has distinctive characteristics and qualities, combining to influence their thinking, preferences and behaviour. The DISC Personality System is a psychometric tool that aims to help individuals increase their self-awareness and efficacy. While all people possess each of the four dimensions in varying intensity, individuals of each predominant style gravitate toward a set of common behaviours, strengths, preferences and motivations. DISC has a universal language of its own, that explains behaviours and emotions. It is based on factors that transcend gender, race and culture. All people exhibit these behavioural characteristics and knowing the behaviour quotient will enable you to understand a person better.
The key to DISC is to discover where a person lies amidst the four-quadrants:
This certification programme is highly recommended for teachers, tutors, allied educators, heads of departments, admin managers, vice-principals, principals and anyone who wants to utilize the universal language of communication to create the best teaching and learning environments.
What you will receive from the training:
“Thank you for this supportive session. Hope to have more of such conversations. It is enlightening to hear from the trainers’ (Ian and Sarah) their experiences, especially in handling with their own children, and citing/sharing other encounters with the girls. When school starts, perhaps the school will organise face to face sessions for just the girls alone but hope that there can be more webinar sessions organised with people in the respective professions so that we (parents and girls together) can learn from their journey, learn from their scope of work so that they can serve as enabler for us parents to talk to the girls as well.”
I know all the facilitators and management as well as TP management worked really hard to make this possible. I want to thank all of you, because I learnt so much more than I expected from the program, it was so much fun and I’m definitely a better leader and a different person after the program. I’ll keep using every opportunity to improve.”