DiSC is the leading personal assessment tool used by over 40 million people to improve work productivity, teamwork, and communication.
DiSC is non-judgmental and helps people discuss their behavioral differences. The profiles help you and your team to understand each other, modify your behavior and become more productive.
- Managers & Supervisors
- Front of house guest contact staff
- Intermediate language ability and up
This course is part of the Mise En Place Total Quality Management Training Suite.
The services and products that may be offered are extremely diverse, the only conditions being the operations and policies of the participating property.
After this course, successful participants will be in a position to positively enhance the guest experience by personalising the stay, dealing with issues pro-actively and discreetly maximising sales opportunities at work.
Some of the uses of team building DiSC
A vital part of any recruitment process is the successful integration of a new staff member into the existing corporate culture. Once again, DISC has a major part to play in helping to achieve this.
A more specific aspect of the integration problem is that of team building. DISC can help to indicate the ideal membership for a team, and isolate those areas where personality conflicts are likely to break out.
An increasingly common use of DISC is as a regular assessment tool for existing staff members. Such regular assessments can help to detect and resolve certain problems before they become serious.
There may be times when you wish to fill a vacancy from your company’s existing staff. In the same way that DISC can assist with ordinary recruitment, it can also be an invaluable resource in selecting existing staff for redeployment.
DISC can help not only an organisation, but also has a part to play in personal career development. The DISC system can be used to suggest career directions suited to a particular individual’s personality style.
From time to time, problems of personality conflict or low motivation will occur in any organisation. DISC can help to uncover the roots of problems like these, and also suggest possible solutions to them.