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DISC Profile Five Behaviors

Teamwork—The single most untapped competitive advantage.

The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ has a simple goal: To facilitate a learning experience that helps professionals and their organizations discover what it takes to build a truly cohesive and effective team.



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    Module 1: Introduction: Introduces The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team Model
    Module 2: Building Trust: Teaches the concept of vulnerability-based trust
    Module 3: Mastering Conflict: Helps participants understand the benefits of healthy conflict
    Module 4: Achieving Commitment: Shows how clarity and buy-in are key to achieving commitment
    Module 5: Embracing Accountability: Stresses the importance of peer-to-peer accountability
    Module 6: Focusing on Results: Emphasizes that collective results are more important than individual goals
    Module 7: Review and Action Plan: Allows participants to review what they’ve learned and to create an action plan to improve the team’s productivity

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  • THE FIVE BEHAVIORS: powered by Everything DiSC

    Profile Highlights

    * Personalized assessment results for individual and team
    * Strong visuals illustrate key messages
    * Context-specific feedback
    * Tips and strategies for improving teamwork effectiveness
    * Opportunity for building an action plan

  • THE FIVE BEHAVIORS: powered by All Types

    The goal of The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team™ Powered by All Types™ is to help teams achieve greater effectiveness and productivity. It is designed exclusively for teams within organizations that prefer personality-indicator tools based on Carl Jung’s theory of psychological types, like the MBTI® instrument.

    All Types™ explores who you are by asking 4 fundamental questions about human nature, which are then divided into 8 preferences and you will fall somewhere along each continuum preference. So you don’t need to decide “which one am it”, you need to determine, “which one is more comfortable”, and the assessment will determine which side of the continuum you have a natural preference for. The four preference combined, will determine your Type code. There are 16 possible types, and all are equally valuable.

    1. Where do you get your energy?
    External: Extroverts get energy from engaging with people. They’re social and talkative.
    Internal: Introverts like time on own to