Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Report

Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Report

Everything DiSC Productive Conflict helps participants improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors. Rather than focus on a step-by-step process for conflict resolution, Everything DiSC Productive Conflict provides participants with techniques to curb destructive behaviors and effectively respond to conflict situations. The program features an exploration of DiSC® in a conflict context, provides an opportunity for participants to explore their destructive conflict responses, and offers them a method for making more productive choices in their response to conflict.

Everything DiSC Workplace is classroom training that uses online pre-work, engaging facilitation with contemporary video, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience.

Paricipant Take-aways: 
Appreciate how their style of handling conflict affects the people around them
Learn how to “catch” themselves when going down a destructive conflict path 
Learn how to reframe a conflict situation and choose more productive behaviors 
Build a common language in the organization around appropriate conflict behavior

Program Components 
The 22-page Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Profile provides an in-depth, highly personalized report that highlights techniques to improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors.

Easily Customizable
Online tailoring options make it easy to remove or rearrange pages, customize the Profile title, or print select sections.

Existing Data
If learners have existing data from a previous DiSC® training, that data can be used with the Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Profile.

Your DiSC Style in Conflict:
Participants explore their own DiSC styles and learn how to interact in conflict with people with different DiSC styles.

Destructive Responses:
Participants explore common destructive responses to conflict and why they and others might react this way. This valuable information can also relate to conflict in non-work settings.

Changing Your Response:
Participants practice stepping back from and reframing their unhealthy thought patterns, allowing them to choose more productive responses to conflict.