The Everything DiSC Work of Leaders Profile: Vision, Alignment, and Execution
Based on best practices, Work of Leaders connects to real-world demands, generating powerful conversations that provide a clear path for action.
Everything DiSC® Work of Leaders™ is classroom training that uses online pre-work, engaging facilitation with contemporary video, and online follow-up to create a personalized learning experience.
Using the framework of Vision, Alignment, and Execution, Work of Leaders encourages leaders to understand their own leadership behaviors and how they impact their effectiveness. Rich, compelling narrative adds depth to the data and strong visuals support the learning process by illustrating key messages.
Everything DiSC Work of Leaders approaches leadership as a one-to-many relationship, as opposed to the one-to-one relationship of management. It focuses on tangible steps directed at leading a group or organization toward desired outcomes.
Consistently thought-provoking, Work of Leaders stimulates fresh conversations and perspectives regardless of the leader’s knowledge or experience. It’s an opportunity for leaders at all levels of learning to reflect on how they approach each step of their work. In addition, Work of Leaders encourages reflection and discussion about the team and the organization. Work of Leaders helps leaders take action with personalized tips and strategies that give clear direction and are easy to apply. Context-specific feedback and developmental steps along with helpful case-in-point narratives show how progress can play out in real life.
Work of Leaders can help
Provide new perspectives (regardless of the leader’s knowledge or experience)
Create opportunities for leaders at all levels of learning to reflect on how they approach each step of their work
Encourage reflection and discussion about the team and the organization
Motivate leaders to take action with personalized tips and strategies that give clear direction and are easy to apply
Research and Development
Result of four-year research and development effort
Analyzed and distilled the work of prominent leadership researchers
Input from more than 300 subject matter experts at over 150 organizations
Identified leadership best practices