DISC Certification Program - Web Series

 This course is an interactive, online DISC Certification delivered by a Master DISC Certification Trainer. 

Greetings and Program Overview

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Program Overview (1 page)

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Welcome Form

Please fill out this brief questionnaire. 

This information will help us to support you in accomplishing your DISC Certification objectives.

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Summary

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This information will help us to support you in accomplishing your DISC Certification Objectives. Please continue on your journey to Step #2. 

*Action Items* Pre - Work

*Action Item* Class photo roster

Please upload your photo to the following link for the class roster. 

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*Action Item* Complete your DISC Assessment

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*Action Item* Report Summary

The following questionnaire is structured to gather highlights from your personal DISC Report.

Personal DISC Assessment Summary

The following questionnaire is structured to gather highlights from your DISC Report. You will be asked to enter your Natural and Adaptive DISC Styles. Next, select and list 2 attributes from Pages 9 - 14 of your DISC report, that resonate with you the most.

What is the pattern of your natural style?  (pg. 15- below "Natural Style - Graph II."

What is the pattern of your adaptive style? (pg. 15 - below "Adaptive Style- Graph I."

Your General Characteristics (Pg. 9)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your Strengths (Pg. 11)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your Work Style Tendencies (Pg. 11)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your Motivators (Pg. 12)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your ideal work environment (Pg. 12)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your work - oriented needs (Pg. 13)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your potential areas for development (Pg. 13)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

Your communication tips for others (Pg. 14)

As you read the attributes related to your DISC Style(s) from Pages 9-14, identify statements that resonate with you the most. Please list 2 for each of the following sections.

E-DISC Book - People Smart:In Business

People Smart:In Business

Using the DISC Behavioral Styles Model to Turn Every Business Encounter into a Mutual Win 

Authored by: Tony Alessandra, Ph.D.andMichael J. O’Connor, Ph.D.with Janice Van Dyke, Ph.D.

Click Here to download People Smart: In Business

*ACTION Item* Quiz: People Smart: In Business

1. Select which statement is a key principle in building and maintaining  positive relationships? (Book – page 5 or Adobe Pagination – page 25.)

  • a. Treat people better than they treat you.
  • b. Create win/win situations unintentionally.
  • c. Treat others the way they want to be treated.
  • d. Treat others the way you want to be treated.

2. Which behavior style likes to be in charge? (Book – pg. 18 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 38.)

  • a. "S" Style
  • b. "C" Style
  • c. "D" Style
  • d. "I" Sytle

3. Which of the following best describes the ‘I' Style? (Book – pg. 22 & 23 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 42 & 43.)

  • a. Bottom line oriented.
  • b. Motivated by measurable results.
  • c. Need involvement and people contact.
  • d. One who prefers directive management.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

4. Which of the following best describes the ‘S’ Style? ( Book – pg. 28 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 48. )

  • a. Fears falling into a routine.
  • b. Tends to be impatient.
  • c. Secretly admires pushy, aggressive behavior.
  • d. Needs to know step-by-step sequence.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

5. Words like accuracy, logical, and contemplative, represent which behavioral style? ( Book – pg. 33 & 34 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 53 & 54. )

  • a. 'S' Style
  • b. 'C' Style
  • c. 'D' Style
  • d. 'I' Style

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

6. Which styles are task oriented? ( Book – pg. 38 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 58. )

  • a. Dominant & Interacting (Influencing)
  • b. Interacting (Influencing) & Steady
  • c. Steady & Cautious (Conscientious)
  • d. Cautious (Conscientious) & Dominant

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

7. If you observe others focusing on feelings or how a situation might affect others, we would say their priority is people oriented. Which styles are people - oriented? (Book – pg. 38 or Adobe Pagination – pg. 58.)

  • a. Dominant & Interacting (Influencing)
  • b. Steady & Interacting (Influencing)
  • c. Steady & Cautious (Conscientious)
  • d. Dominant & Steady

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

8. A boss who smiles while they direct you where to sit and then starts off with business objectives is most likely which style? ( Book – page 57 or Adobe Pagination – page 77. )

  • a. 'S' Style
  • b. 'C' Style
  • c. 'D' Style
  • d. 'I' Style

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

9. An employee appears in your office, telling you all about the great project they finished and adds, “… and I haven’t even told you yet about the fabulous trip I had last week.” Which style does this describe?

  • a. 'S' Style
  • b. 'C' Style
  • c. 'D' Style
  • d. 'I' Style

(Answer: Book – page 64-66 or Adobe Pagination – page 84-86.)

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

10. A peer stops hesitantly at your door and softly asks, “Excuse me, is this where the meeting will take place?” Upon hearing a “Yes,” breathes a sigh of relief, walks in and offers to help you with any last minute tasks.

  • a. 'S' Style
  • b. 'C' Style
  • c. 'D' Style
  • d. 'I' Style

Which style is most likely the best match? (Answer: Book – page 68-69 or Adobe Pagination – page 88-89.)

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

11. An employee arrives early to meetings and typically only contributes if asked. If they are not 100% confident in their facts, they will not commit to a decision. Which style would be the most likely match?

  • a. 'S' Style
  • b. 'C' Style
  • c. 'D' Style
  • d. 'I' Style

(Answer: Book – page 72-74 or Adobe Pagination – page 92-94.)

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

12. Think of someone you know that has a high D style. You’ll find you will have the greatest communication success with them if you do which of the following? (Answer: Book – page 95 or Adobe Pagination – page 115.)

  • a. Show your energy and liveliness & making sure fun exists.
  • b. Treat them with warmth & sincerity.
  • c. Get to the point & don't try & bluff them.
  • d. Give them all the well-thought, accurate documentation you have.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

13. In a meeting with a "I", it will be beneficial if you do which of the following? (Answer: Book – page 120 or Adobe Pagination – page 140.)

  • a. Review step-by-step the whole process.
  • b. Encourage brainstorming & interacting with colleagues.
  • c. Carefully explain the logical check and balance procedures needed.
  • d. Get right down to business.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

14. Select which behaviors will help you increase your effectiveness with an S. (Answer: Book – page 128 or Adobe Pagination – page 148.)

  • a. Make strong demands and ask for immediate commitments.
  • b. Work in a steady and predictable manner.
  • c. Drop by their work area any time you need to talk.
  • d. Show how your data is always right.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

15. Select which behaviors will help you increase your effectiveness with a C. (Answer: Book – page 137 or Adobe Pagination – page 157.)

  • a. Realize they are more interested in quality than quantity.
  • b. Be sure to ask them about their family & friends.
  • c. Keep conversation light and upbeat.
  • d. Tell them not to worry about checking or rechecking their work.

Instructions :
Select the best answer for each of the following questions. 

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Webinar #1 - DISC Essentials

Program Overview

  • What DISC history is important to know? 
  • What does DISC measure and what does DISC not measure?
  • What are Invalid Graphs? 
  • Pre-work necessary? 
  • What is difference between Graph I & II?
  • What if someone says “My DISC is wrong?”
  • What are most common DISC interpretation mistakes?

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Prep for Web #1:

Step #1: Print PPT as 3 slide handout for note taking.

Web #1 PPT – “DISC Essentials” (Mar 2017)


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