Why Do They Do That?
Understanding Human Behavior Using DISC Theory
Thu, Oct 19, 2017 | 9:30 – 11am
In order for businesses to thrive in today’s economy, they have to be productive, efficient, and employ the best people to get the job done. While having best-in-class products, technology and services are key components to making this happen, how we communicate with our internal and external teams as well as our customers and clients is crucial to drive business forward.
In Why Do They Do That: Understanding Human Behavior Using DISC Theory we will take a deep dive into the DISC model of behavior to understand what it really is, what each style means and what each style is perceived to be. This class will review strategies you can implement when working with others to ensure effective communication occurs, preventing conflict and promoting greater productivity. Understanding this model will also provide greater insight into how we currently behave, and how to carry those behaviors over into our everyday work lives or adjust them to guarantee we are presenting our best at all times.
Come and Learn
- Understand your DISC style and recognize the different styles in others.
- Develop a keen awareness of individual strengths and development opportunities.
- Communicate effectively with others to foster productivity and reduce tension.
Argosy University – Denver
7600 Eastman Ave. Room 381, Denver, CO 80231
Third floor, room 381, Free Parking!
Drive Your Development
Victoria Gaulrapp is the creator of Drive Your Development, a firm specializing in training and leadership development. She is a speaker, trainer and curriculum developer, and believes that each new day provides a variety of learning opportunities. Victoria can trace the “why” behind her business back to the age of six, when a classroom incident ultimately accelerated her desire to provide only safe, engaging learning environments where people can thrive. After a series of corporate downsizings Victoria quickly identified the need to provide valuable, relevant professional development workshops designed to increase employee engagement and improve communication. She has more than 20 years of experience building training and motivational programs in varied industries throughout the United States, and is passionate about developing people. Her colleagues have dubbed her the “People Whisperer” for her innate ability to connect with professionals from all corporate and organizational arenas.
Victoria believes people are the driving force behind every process and every business. She specializes in soft skills which are often challenging to quantify, but are essential to any successful operation or venture. In each seminar she custom creates and delivers, Victoria provides the tools to put her clients squarely in the driver’s seat of their own professional development. Victoria holds a BA in Human Communication from Arizona State University as well as numerous training certifications.