Improving Your Workplace With Everything DiSC

Wednesday, October 7, 2015 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Robin Kellogg, Instructional Designer and Trainer, Wiley

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How would work improve if you knew one manager wants details and another wants the bottom line? That your teammate wants public acknowledgement for a job well done, rather than a simple note? That one co-worker prefers to work alone while another craves collaboration?

What if people had their needs written all over them?

Learn to use Everything DiSC as a decoder to identify your own style and the styles of others. Everything DiSC provides a common language for connecting with others.

In this webcast, attendees will:

  • Determine their own priorities based on their DiSC style.
  • Learn a simple method to determine the DiSC styles and priorities of others.
  • Discover the most effective communication methods for working with others.


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Robin Kellogg
Robin Kellogg

Instructional Designer and Trainer, Wiley

Robin Kellogg, an instructional designer and trainer with Wiley, has the privilege of working with a network of professionals who guide organizations and individuals through improved workplace effectiveness using Everything DiSC. With an extensive background in group facilitation, her current interest is in conducting online training sessions that support effective learning within the virtual classroom.

Robin’s varied career in the training and development field spans more than 20 years and ranges from being an independent consultant to working as a corporate trainer in the healthcare field. Her experiences include conducting public seminars in 30 states, as well as chasing several entrepreneurial ventures. Robin holds a degree in elementary education and a graduate certificate in instructional design.



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