Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict


Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict transforms uncomfortable encounters into stronger relationships.

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Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict transforms uncomfortable encounters into stronger relationships.

Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict helps learners improve self-awareness around conflict behaviors. Rather than focus on step-by-step process for conflict resolution, Everything DiSC Productive Conflict helps learns curb destructive behaviors so that conflict can become more productive, ultimately improving workplace results and relationships.

By increasing self-awareness around conflict behaviors, Everything DiSC Productive Conflict helps learners effectively respond to the uncomfortable and unavoidable challenges of workplace conflict.

With Productive Conflict, learners will:

  • Explore the destructive and productive conflict behaviors of each DiSC® style
  • Understand how to manage their response to conflict situations
  • Discover communication strategies when engaging in productive conflict with colleagues

Features of Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Profile

  • 22 page profile with in-depth report that highlights techniques to improve self-awareness conflict behaviors
  • Customizable – online tailoring options to make it easy to remove or rearrange pages, customize the Profile title or print select sections
  • Existing Data: If learners have existing data from a previous DiSC® assessment, that data can be used with the Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict Profile.
  • Your DiSC® Style in Conflict: The Profile contains highly personalized information that is specific to a participant’s responses to the assessment and to their corresponding DiSC® style.
  • Why do I do This?: Learners discover the reasons behind destructive responses to conflict. This valuable information can also relate to conflict in non-work settings.
  • Changing Your Response: With strategies to curb destructive responses, learners discover how to step back and reframe productive responses to conflict situations.