Harness the Power of Conflict
What Is Everything DiSC®
Everything DiSC® Productive Conflict increases learners’ self-awareness around conflict behaviors, helping them
effectively respond to uncomfortable and unavoidable challenges of workplace conflict.
Rather than focusing on a step-by-step process for conflict resolution, this learning experience combines the
personalized insights of DiSC® with the proven science of cognitive behavioral theory to help participants recognize
and transform their destructive habits into more productive responses.
First, step back, then, reframe
The result is improved workplace relationships that drive results.
The Productive Conflict Learning Experience
1. Take the Productive Conflict Assessment
2. Discover the Productive Conflict Learning Experience
- Deepen their understanding of self and others in conflict
- Understand and recognize destructive behaviors
- Explore techniques to redirect destructive behaviors into more productive responses
3. Bring the Learning to Life
4. Resources to Apply DiSC® to Real-World Situations
Everything DiSC Productive Conflict
Led by an Everything DiSC expert, Productive Conflict comes to life in a virtual or in-person facilitation experience.
Each learning module inspires rich conversation and “aha!” moments that make the learning real (and fun!).
Module 1: DiSC in Conflict
Participants discover how DiSC styles affect their own and others’ conflict behaviors.
Module 2: Destructive Responses
Participants learn how their thoughts can conflict with behaviors and what thoughts and behaviors might be typical for them.
Module 3: Changing Your Response
Participants learn how to “catch” and reframe their thoughts, which can help them choose more productive behaviors in conflict.
"I don’t think there is anything out there that is so applicable in the workplace as Everything DiSC."
“Members are now saying that they’ve applied DiSC on their job site with their crews—and that they should’ve had it 20 years ago because of the improved dynamics they see on the job.”