May 2012 Newsletter
There are a number of features in Extended DISC reports that add real value for consultants and one of the main ones is the ability to recognise the perceived change an individual feels he/she has to make to cope with their environment.
Our trained consultants can recognise the effect of the changes in style but this month we take a look at an example of selecting individuals for roles that take them well out of their comfort zone creating a situation that can lead to stress related issues and an unhappy, and in most cases, ineffective team. Read more!
The Extended DISC Job Comparison Report, which can form part of our Personal Analysis Report, is one of our most frequently used products. It is easy to use and in essence enables users to quickly define important job requirements, upload the information into our online system (EDOS) and obtain the resulting Job Comparison Report in any Personal Analysis Report. Read more!
Extended DISC Websites
Extended DISC Australasia has launched a new website for New Zealand www.extendeddisc.co.nz and we will be launching our new Australian website www.extendeddiscaus.com soon. Please check them out and let us have your feedback!
Extended DISC® Accreditation Training
Day 1 of Consultant/Trainer Certification Training Programme:
This is the first day of the 2 day Consultant/Trainer Certification. The focus of this programme is background/history and theory of Extended DISC®, understanding the four basic styles and interpretation of Personal Analysis Reports in depth.
Day 2 of the programme will be arranged on a date that is convenient to those attending Day 1.
This part of the programme is optional, but is required for full certification. The focus of this programme is Work Pair Analysis, Team Analysis, basic understanding of other products and EDOS.
- Tuesday, 29 May 2012 - Day 1 of Consultant/Trainer Certification
- Wednesday, 30 May 2012 - Day 2 of Consultant/Trainer Certification
These courses will be held at our office in Albany, Auckland. For further information about these Training courses contact us today!
June 2012 Webinar – Implementing successful Job Comparisons
Presented by Kelly Fairhurst
Extended DISC’s Job Comparison is one of our most popular tools and in its simplicity it is a tool to compare a person’s behavioural competences against set criteria.
In this webinar we will review the steps for implementing a successful Job Comparison including reviewing and rating a job comparison and how Extended DISC will work with you to ensure a Job Comparison is successful.
This webinar is on 20 June 2012 at 3pm NZ time. To learn more about implementing a successful Job Comparison, register now!