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DISC and coaching 

Sometimes you feel like you need to change something about the way you are, but you're not sure what. You would like to have the clarity to identify what and how to change. An effective and quick alternative to answer these questions is through the use of self-assessment tools. They accelerate our level of self-knowledge and allow us to have a broad view of what we can change and how.

One of the most used self-assessment instruments in the world for decades is the DISC. It studies the combination of four dimensions of behavior, based on Dr. William M. Marston's 1928 theory: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness.

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The DISC framework provides a common language that people can use to better understand themselves and those they interact with - and then use that knowledge for their personal development, to improve their communication, their personal relationships, enhance their leadership skills and your identity at work, reduce conflicts and improve relationships in the corporate environment.

Benefits of using DISC in your self-development work

Self-awareness

Constructive change begins with self-knowledge. DISC profiles show how you relate to others, how you respond to conflict, what motivates or stresses you, and how you solve problems.

People Management 

Leaders become more effective when they understand  their behavioral tendencies and impacts, as well as the tendencies of their team members.

Personal growth

Knowing yourself is the first step to understanding what you need to develop in order to actually have a better life, both personally and professionally.

Absence of judgments

Nobody likes to be judged. DISC profiles provide non-judgmental information for more efficient and responsive development.

Team work

Teams are at the heart of the work. DISC profiles teach you how to improve communication and understanding between team members.

Better relationships

DISC helps improve your effectiveness in personal and professional interactions. Understanding and adapting to people's styles is essential to connecting with them.

How does the coaching process work?
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Clarification

of needs and goals

Answer the self-assessment questionnaire

Report

issuance

(Standard or Pro)

Preparation for debriefing sessions

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2, 3 or 6 debriefing sessions

To start, you answer a self-assessment questionnaire. This questionnaire is confidential and your responses are not seen by anyone at any time. Your responses will then generate a report that will be used:

  • by you as a self-knowledge tool and self-development guide

  • by you and me during your debriefing sessions, when we will explore in depth relevant points from your Enneagram report and discuss development actions.

Debriefing sessions

My task in the debriefing sessions is to support you as you build new patterns of behavior to make the changes you want in your life. Each session lasts 75 minutes and can be held weekly, fortnightly or at your convenience, in person (depending on location) or through virtual meetings. There are three package options for your debriefing sessions:

Essential

Two sessions, recommended for people who already have some knowledge about their DISC profile and want to explore more about themselves with my support.

Comprehensive

Three sessions, recommended for individuals who are new to the DISC and therefore require more time and support to explore its rich content and insights.

Extensive

Six sessions, designed for people who want my support as a facilitator to move forward with their development plan.

Contact us to inquire about the package that best suits your needs

DISC profile report
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Content

Your DISC report showcases your unique behavioral style based on your DISC responses. You are going:

  • get your DISC chart and the basis of your feedback;

  • learn about your highest DISC Dimension and descriptions of your four DISC Dimensions with corresponding tendencies, needs, preferred environments, and effectiveness strategies for each;

  • become more aware of your potential strengths and weaknesses;

  • discover how your D, I, S, and C dimensions combine to form your Classic Profile Pattern, learning more about your motivations, work habits, and gaining insights for your improvement.

     

Always keep in mind that no dimension or standard in DISC is better or worse than another, and there are no right or wrong answers. Instead, the report shows your unique responses to your environment.

Contact us to inquire about the package that best suits your needs

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