Transform destructive behavior into productive responses with the Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Solution.
Transform Destructive Habits
Create Productive Responses
Increase Self-Awareness of Conflict Behaviors
The Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Learning Experience
- Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict is a classroom training and personalized learning experience designed to increase self-awareness around conflict behaviors
- Participants learn how to respond effectively to the uncomfortable and unavoidable challenges of workplace conflict
- This is not a step-by-step process for conflict resolution; this training program combines the personalized insights of DiSC® with the proven science of cognitive behavioral theory to help participants recognize and transform their destructive habits into more productive responses.
- The result is improved workplace relationships that drive results
Everything DiSC Productive Conflict Profile
|13 - 24||$102.00|
|25 - 37||$97.00|
|38 - 49||$94.00|
|50 - 74||$91.00|
|75 - 99||$89.00|
The Impact of Conflict on Today’s Workplace
In 2019, John Wiley and Sons, Inc. conducted a “Workplace Conflict” survey asking 12,000 businesspeople
ranging from executives to managers to individual contributors about their experience with conflict in today’s modern workplace.
90% of the responses
spent dealing with conflict for manager- level respondents and above
69% said their job satisfaction would improve if their coworkers handled conflict more effectively
John Wiley and Sons, Inc. 2019 Workplace Conflict Survey Results
The Follow Up Tools
Inspire effective collaboration with Comparison Reports. Any two participants can explore their similarities and differences, potential challenges in working together, and practical tips for improving their working relationship.
With no limit to the number of participants included, this report gives you an at-a-glance view of a group of participants and their individual Everything DiSC maps.
Group Culture Report
Determine the group’s DiSC culture by exploring its advantages and disadvantages, impact on group members, and influence on decision-making and risk-taking.