Minneapolis, MN—Wiley announced today that local business Resources Unlimited is a 2018 Diamond Award winning Partner. The Diamond designation recognizes the Resources Unlimited commitment to building better workplaces with the help of Everything DiSC® and The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team®, proven workplace assessment-driven solutions from Wiley.
“We are excited to partner with professionals like those at Resources Unlimited who want to make a difference in the world of work,” says Susie Kukkonen, Vice President of Partner Channels at Wiley. “The Resources Unlimited dedication to helping clients succeed, combined with their expertise in delivering Everything DiSC and The Five Behaviors are highly valuable to any organization. We are honored to have them as an Authorized Partner.”
About Resources Unlimited
Resources Unlimited was founded in 1976 and since then, has become a leader in human resources development and custom training solutions. We are a team of highly qualified professionals with decades of experience in the latest training and consultant tools. Innovation, collaboration, and pride in our work motivate us to work tirelessly to meeting your goals. Learn more at www.resourcesunlimited.com.
About Everything DiSC® and The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team®
Everything DiSC is the leading suite of DiSC®-based workplace training and assessment solutions. These advanced applications combine online assessment, classroom facilitation, and post-training follow-up to create powerful, personalized workplace development experiences. With a global network of independent Partners, Everything DiSC solutions are used in thousands of organizations, including major government agencies and Fortune 500 companies.
The Five Behaviors of a Cohesive Team is an assessment-based program developed from the The New York Times best-selling book The Five Dysfunctions of Team by Patrick Lencioni. Designed exclusively for intact teams and work groups, the program helps members understand how they score on the key components of The Five Behaviors model: trust, conflict, commitment, accountability, and results.