Everything DiSC Management Facilitation Kit

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The Everything DiSC Management facilitated training program supports the Everything DiSC Management Profile. It includes six, fully-scripted, 60-minute modules with engaging activities and a workplace-focused video. This program focuses on training managers who are responsible for a team of direct reports. It will teach delegation, coaching, and how to ‘manage up’ with the manager’s boss.

The program can be used ‘as-is’ right out of the box, or it’s easy to customize. Switch out video clips. Modify the PowerPoint, Leader’s Guide, and handouts, and add or delete sections to fit any time frame. Trainers can run this program:

  • In-Person (Six 60-Minute Modules)
  • Virtually / Online (Six 60-Minute Modules)

Everything DiSC Management is designed so it can be used over a period of weeks as part of a new leader training program or over a single day. Managers are asked to bring their experiences and discuss how they could have changed those experiences with what they learn during the program. At the end of the program, managers will have a better understanding of themselves and strategies on how they can work more effectively with their direct reports.

What does the DiSC Management Training kit cost?

Everything DiSC Management facilitation kit costs $1,295 plus shipping. This kit includes everything you need to run an engaging management / supervisory training program that uses DiSC.

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DiSC Management Training Program

This training kit includes everything you need to run an outstanding management training program that uses Everything DiSC.

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Program Overview

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Learn about the DiSC® model and how it informs the role of the manager
  • Discover your management style on the Everything DiSC® Management Map
  • Explore the priorities that drive your management style

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Small-Group
  • Large-Group
  • Partner

Activity Description:

Participants share characteristics of their favorite manager in an ice-breaker activity. A video introduces them to the DiSC learning model and the four basic styles of management. They read about their management styles and discuss the aspects of managing that they tend to enjoy or find draining. Finally, they reflect on what they learned about management styles.

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Explore the influence your management style has on how you manage time, make decisions, and approach problems.
  • Discover how your style helps shape your day as a manager.
  • Learn a method for recognizing other people’s DiSC® styles.

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Small-Group
  • Large Group

Activity Description:

Participants explore how they tend to manage time, decisions, and problem solving. They then get into DiSC style groups and create posters describing a day in the life of their styles. After they present their posters to the larger group, they discuss what they learned about different styles. Participants learn how to recognize others’ DiSC styles using people reading. They practice people reading using video segments in a competitive team activity. Finally, they people read someone they manage.

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Learn about your natural directing and delegating style.
  • Identify the directing and delegating needs of different people.
  • Write an action plan for improving how you direct and delegate to a person you manage.

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Partner
  • Small-Group
  • Large Group

Activity Description:

Participants watch a video that explains what it takes to become more agile and why it isn’t easy. They briefly discuss past experiences in adopting new habits. Individually, participants select a mindset to work on and think about why it might be difficult for them. Then, working in trios, they discuss the difficulties they’ll individually need to overcome. In the same trios, participants take turns practicing a scenario for their chosen mindset while the others provide feedback. Finally, participants wrap up by creating an action plan to help them stretch toward their chosen mindset moving forward.

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Learn how you affect the motivation of others.
  • Recognize what different people find motivating and demotivating.
  • Write an action plan for creating a more motivating environment for

    someone you manage.

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Partner
  • Small-Group
  • Large Group

Activity Description:

Participants choose two things that motivate them and record their choices on a flipchart. They discuss similarities and differences in the group. They read about motivation and the environment they create and discuss this with a partner. They watch video segments showing demotivating approaches for four employee styles. Participants discuss what was ineffective, then they watch a follow-up segment that demonstrates a better approach. Finally, participants use people reading to figure out the DiSC® style of someone they manage. They read about what motivates that style, then they write an action plan for creating a more motivating environment.

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Learn about your natural style of developing others.
  • Identify the development preferences of different people.
  • Write an action plan for developing a specific employee.

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Partner
  • Small-Group
  • Large Group

Activity Description:

Participants reflect on how a manager or mentor helped them grow. They read about the advantages and disadvantages of their styles when developing people. Then, in style groups, they discuss how they prefer to be developed, and they create a poster to inform the large group about their preferences. Finally, participants use people reading to figure out the DiSC® style of someone they manage. They read about the development preferences of that style, and they write an action plan for developing that person.

Length: 60 minutes

Facilitation Experience: In-Person (face to face) or Virtual (webinar platform with breakout rooms)

Goals:

  • Consider how your manager might see you.
  • Discover different approaches for getting buy-in from your manager.
  • Write an action plan for improving how you work with your manager.

Activities:

  • Individual
  • Partner
  • Small-Group
  • Large Group

Activity Description:

Participants consider how well their managers understand them and how well they understand their managers. They read about how their managers might see them and discuss this in table groups. They watch video segments demonstrating four successful approaches for getting buy-in, each with a different style of manager. Participants use people reading to figure out their manager’s DiSC® style, after which they read about working with their managers. They discuss what they’re doing successfully with their managers and areas where they could improve. Finally, they write action plans for working more effectively with their managers.

What's included in the Everything DiSC Management Facilitation kit?

When you purchase this training program, you will receive everything you need to run an engaging Manager training program. However, if you want to incorporate your management or leadership experiences into this program the materials are customizable so you can enhance the program as you see fit.

The Everything DiSC Management Facilitation Kit includes:
  • Leader’s Guide in MS Word
  • PowerPoint® with embedded video
  • Stand-alone, menu-driven video
  • Participant handouts in MS Word
  • Templates and images
  • Sample Everything DiSC Management Profile
  • Sample Everything DiSC Comparison Report
  • Online resources and research
  • Everything DiSC Management Guides

What does the DiSC Management Facilitation program cost?

Everything DiSC Management Facilitation kit costs $1,295 + shipping. When you purchase this kit, you will receive a serial number that allows you to receive free upgrades when content, videos, or training curriculum is updated. 

Everything DiSC Management uses a variety of videos, handouts, and activities to make the training engaging. This program is designed so learners use their personalized Everything DiSC Management report as the workshop is conducted. This creates a unique learning experience. Learners are taking in the same information as other learners, but their profile makes it unique to them.

There are lots of Manager and Supervisory training programs available today. This program is unique because managers go through the training with insights that are personalized to them. Participants walk away with a better understanding of themselves and their strengths as a manager. Furthermore, they walk away with real strategies for how they can better work with their direct reports.

Watch the introduction video to this program to learn more.

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The 4-Dimensional Manager

Add a book discussion with your training! The 4-Dimensional Manager acts like a field guide for managers. It provides tips on providing feedback and delegating from the context of DiSC.

Motivate the S-Style: Wrong Way

Our internal motivations are tied to our behavioral preferences. Managers that try to only use one type of behavioral motivation will actually de-motivate their employees. This can cause morale to drop and good employees turn into poor employees. Watch this sample video to see how Everything DiSC Management helps teach managers how to effectively motivate their team.

Delegate to the D-Style: Wrong Way

Good managers recognize that each employee prefers a certain way to communicate. Everything DiSC Management can help teach managers how they can adjust their communication style to match their employees. Watch this sample video from the Everything DiSC Management program.

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