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About DISC Training & Certification Course

Module 1: The Basis for Applying Behaviors

MODULE 1

This module will help you learn the fundamentals of behavioral science. By the end of this module, you will understand how your personality impacts your natural tendencies to interact with others. You’ll also learn how to lead and manage within a team setting more effectively. From here, you can better identify where and how you want to improve your skills.

Session 1 – Why make a course about behavior?

Behaviors are what we observe from others within our interactions. Understanding others' behaviors and where they come from will level up your interactions. This course will teach you how to interact, with behavior in mind, to foster understanding and receptiveness in others. In this intro session, we'll introduce the behavioral differences you see in others.

Session 2 – Beginning to consider behavior

This session provides further insight into recognizing behavioral differences and how they can positively impact your personal and professional lives. We'll also introduce the signals you can look for in an individual's unique approach to life and how that can affect relationships.

Session 3 – The highs and the lows

We'll begin by pointing out how to interpret numbers on the provided graphics and associate them with a real-life description of how the person will act and react under certain circumstances. Understanding these concepts is essential to interpreting behaviors in real life.

Session 4 – How behaviors are defined and measured

We'll begin by introducing genetics in this session. To understand yourself and others, you will want to know how differently your genetics can impact behavior and how you react to other people, life's situations, and circumstances.

Module 2: The Science of Measuring Behaviors

MODULE 2

This module will help you understand the way behaviors are measured and applied within your personal and professional lives. We will then teach you how to build more trust in your relationships, better handle conflict, and provide feedback to others that enhances your relationships.

Session 5 – Behaviors’ origin

In this session, we'll further discuss how your genetics impact your natural reactions to people and circumstances - especially when you encounter someone very different than you!

Session 6 – Why is studying behaviors important?

This session will illustrate the benefits of behavioral-based training in your personal and professional lives. You'll also learn how to identify your unique strengths and apply this information to improve multiple aspects of your life.

Session 7 – Understanding behaviors

This session will dig into eliminating behavioral bias while explaining the differences between extroverts and introverts - we'll also give you tips for dealing with both.

Session 8 – Identifying core behaviors

In this session, we'll illustrate how to quickly identify a person's core behavioral style so that you can immediately understand how to interact with them, minimizing conflict and friction.

Module 3: Understanding the High Dominant

MODULE 3

This module focuses on the high dominant personality type. This task-oriented extrovert specializes in how to handle decision-making processes and challenges. They desire to control within many aspects of their lives and others—this is why almost 70% of these behavioral styles lead organizations. We will help you understand both the strengths and challenges that this behavioral style presents in every aspect of day-to-day life.

Session 9 – Introduction to the high D

This introductory session lays a foundation for understanding the dominant behavior style and why they are the "Control Specialists."

Session 10 – High D’s in action

What does the highly dominant person look like in everyday life? We'll discuss their body language, speech usage, emotional drivers, what work rewards they seek, how to work with them, and the best strategies for interacting with them overall.

Session 11 – High D’s at work and play

We'll continue our exploration of the high D type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Session 12 – Interacting with D’s

We'll help you practice what you have learned by showing you how to interact with the three most common high D's. You'll learn how subtle alterations can make a huge difference in achieving your communication objectives with this style type.

Module 4: Understanding the High Influencer

MODULE 4

This module focuses on the high influence personality type. This people-oriented extrovert specializes in interactional communication and encouragement with a positive attitude. They have a desire to positively influence their lives and others. They are most often “the cheerleaders” that value interaction with others. We will help you understand both the strengths and challenges that this behavioral style presents in every aspect of day-to-day life. We end this module by summarizing the role of extroverts.

Session 13 – Introduction to the high I

This introductory session lays a foundation for understanding the influential style and why they are the "Motivational Specialists."

Session 14 – High I’s in action

What does the highly influential person look like in everyday life? We'll discuss their body language, speech usage, emotional drivers, what work rewards they seek, how to work with them, and the best strategies for interacting with them overall.

Session 15 – High I’s at work and play

We'll continue our exploration of the high I type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Session 16 – Interacting with I’s

We'll help you practice what you have learned by showing you how to interact with the three most common high I's. You'll learn how subtle alterations can make a huge difference in achieving your communication objectives with this style type.

Session 17 – What do extroverts bring to the table?

In this session, we'll compare and contrast both extrovert types and how they can impact a group or team. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses to ensure you know how they can contribute most.

Module 5: Understanding the High Steady

MODULE 5

This module focuses on the high steady personality type. This people-oriented introvert ensures a predictable and structured personal and professional life, no matter where they find themselves. They have a desire for security and safety in their lives and in others. They are most often the glue that keeps friends, family, teams, and organizations together. We will help you understand both the strengths and challenges that this behavioral style presents in every aspect of day-to-day life.

Session 18 – Introduction to high S

This introductory session lays a foundation for understanding the steadiness style and why they are the "People Specialists."

Session 19 – High S’s in action

What does the highly steady person look like in everyday life? We'll discuss their body language, speech usage, emotional drivers, what work rewards they seek, how to work with them, and the best strategies for interacting with them overall.

Session 20 – High S’s at work and play

We'll continue our exploration of the high S type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Session 21 – Interacting with high S’s

We'll help you practice what you have learned by showing you how to interact with the three most common high S's. You'll learn how subtle alterations can make a huge difference in achieving your communication objectives with this style type.

Module 6: Understanding the High Compliant

MODULE 6

This module focuses on the high compliance personality type. This task-oriented introvert specializes in the facts and details that need to be analyzed to ensure a structured, safe environment. They have a desire for order and composition within their lives and others. You will often find them as the “checks and balances” within organizations. We will help you understand both the strengths and challenges that this behavioral style presents in every aspect of day-to-day life. We end this module by summarizing the role of introverts.

Session 22 – Introduction to high C

This introductory session lays a foundation for understanding the compliance style and why they are the "Facts Specialists."

Session 23 – High C’s in action

What does a high compliance person look like in everyday life? We'll discuss their body language, speech usage, emotional drivers, what work rewards they seek, how to work with them, and the best strategies for interacting with them overall.

Session 24 – High C’s at work and play

We'll continue our exploration of the high C type by considering their population percentage and how they focus their interactional communication and actions while at work and play. Finally, we'll tell you how to communicate with them on good and bad days!

Session 25 – Interacting with high C’s

We'll help you practice what you have learned by showing you how to interact with the three most common high C's. You'll learn how subtle alterations can make a huge difference in achieving your communication objectives with this style type.

Session 26 – What do introverts bring to the table?

In this session, we'll compare and contrast both introverted types and how they can impact a group or team. We will identify their strengths and weaknesses to ensure you know how they can contribute most.

Module 7: Applying What You Have Learned

MODULE 7

What is it like to work for you? Where do you see your strengths and need for improvement within your leadership? This module is about stepping out of your shoes to look at yourself from another perspective. Through self-awareness, growth, and development, you can learn to maximize your potential while building your emotional intelligence. Finally, you will also have the opportunity to hear from our live session group members as they share their own experiences, skill strengths, and improvements needed as leaders and managers.

Session 27 – Stress factors between natural and adapted behaviors

This session will illustrate a simple process for determining stress factors for an individual. We'll provide two examples; one will demonstrate minimal stress and another with a more significant focus on their environment. Understanding these critical factors is the first step to discerning how a person will react in different environments.

Session 28 – Finding the right words

Each behavioral style will be analyzed separately in this session to help you identify how each communicates and how you can respond to get the most out of the encounter.

Session 29 – DISC Exercises

In this session, we'll provide you with two different scenarios where you'll identify the best approach for framing, using the right words, and communicating at a high level.

Session 30 – What do we do with this knowledge?

To close out our session, we'll provide you with insight into the accuracy of behavioral profiles. You'll also be given recommendations for further work to improve your capacity and enhance your people skills by understanding psychographic tools. Thank you for being a part of this course and choosing LifeThrive!

About the Teacher

Chuck Coker

For more than 30 years, Chuck has focused his career on people's development. He has implemented proprietary Personal Formation, Human Capital, Talent Management, and incentive-based programs across a broad scope of Fortune Companies, regional organizations, and educational institutions.


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