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DISC Profile Training

The DISC profile analysis can be used for training, employee development, coaching and mentoring. The DISC model profiles four primary behavioral styles each with a distinct and predictable pattern of observable behavior - dominance, influence, steadiness, and compliance. Applied in a business setting, DISC can lead to better communication and a heightened positive attitude, which will build positive relationships and outcomes.

People who take the DISC Profile will learn how to:

  • Understand their individual behavior and how it affects others
  • Examine their reactions to other people's behavior
  • Maximize their personal strengths
  • Develop and sustain a positive attitude about themselves and others
  • Adapt their behavior to create positive outcomes

DISC Training Objectives:

  • Discuss the value of individual differences
  • Learn techniques to maximize your strengths and reduce conflict
  • Increase productivity through improved communication
  • Improve employee moral
  • Increase management effectiveness

No one cultivates leaders like NTCA.

For more information, contact:
       Barbara Ritter
       Vice President, Human Resources
       NTCA
       4121 Wilson Blvd., Tenth Floor
       Arlington, VA 22203
       Telephone: 703-351-2061
       Fax: 703-351-2001
       E-mail: britter@ntca.org


"Learning about our own preferred communication styles has really increased the level of information sharing and teamwork at Chariton Valley Telephone Corporation. This was done in a fun, non-threatening format that encouraged everyone to participate."
    – Mary Hustead, Employee Relations Specialist