• Irondequoit Country Club (map)
  • 4045 East Avenue
  • Rochester, NY, 14618
  • United States

Session 1
July 25th

7:45AM - 8:30AM:  Check-in, Healthy Breakfast, Networking
8:30AM - 12:00 PM: DISC Basics, Confidential Assessment Debrief

Session 2
July 27th

7:45AM - 8:30 AM: Healthy Breakfast, Networking
8:30AM - 12:00 PM: Others’ DISC Styles, Improving Communication

Session 3
Aug 16th

1:45PM: Arrival
2:00PM - 4:00PM: Support, Validation & Reinforcement
4:00PM - 5:00PM: Networking Over Cocktails  

GFC-006 DISC Behavioral Preferences Introduction and Integration

GFC-006 DISC Behavioral Preferences Introduction and Integration

Learning Objective: Discover and explore your natural behavioral style, as well as how others may perceive you. Recognize the importance of adapting your style for mutual and maximum success using proven tools and experiential techniques.  

This three (3) part program explains the powerful and easy to understand DISC behavioral assessment, using your own results to unleash your full potential and dramatically enhance your individual effectiveness, relationship building and communication.

Session 1: DISC behavioral style basics, assessment debrief and exploration of the benefits of understanding one’s own style

Session 2: Recognizing DISC styles in others and how to adapt communication for improved results

Session 3: DISC Reality Check: Validate internalization of DISC basics, debrief and sharing of recent experiences, explore questions and other situations where DISC may be applied (teambuilding, leadership, sales, customer service, etc.) 

DISC is an objective and highly accurate measure of a person’s behavioral tendencies when confronted by four (4) outside influences in their environment:

Dominance - How a person responds to problems and challenges.

Influence - How a person influences others to his or her point of view.

Steadiness - How a person responds to the pace of the environment.

Compliance - How a person responds to rules and procedures set by others.