DISC Workplace Workshop and Team Building
The DISC Personality profile facilitated training workshop focuses on developing greater self-awareness and stronger people skills. All things equal, having stronger relational skills and emotional intelligence advances people in their organization faster and sets them apart from others in their professional careers.
DISC Profile Certified Facilitation
This high-quality DISC Profile training seminar is facilitated in workshop style and is targeted for newly formed teams, management training, team development, leadership training, and sales and marketing teams. This DISC Profile team workshop begins with a short but powerful online assessment based on the DISC Dimensions of Behavior Model, which groups behavioral responses into four work-style clusters. This behavioral learning instrument is a road map to effective interpersonal communications and teamwork and has proven its effectiveness in 40 years of use by more than 80 million people in 94 countries.
DISC Profile Team Workshop Portland, Oregon (In-person and Virtual Offerings)
This Everything DISC profile team training workshop is a comprehensive, workforce development solution that engages every associate—regardless of title, role, or function. It helps participants build more effective and productive relationships at work. Teams learn the value that each individual brings to the workplace and how they can adapt to other communication styles.
The DISC Workplace team training workshop is an engaging, interactive, and fun half-day (3-4 hour) team experience at your organization, a Portland, Oregon area hotel, or offsite. Participants receive online pre-work assessments, supplemental training materials, certified expert facilitation, and follow-up tools that personalize the learning experience. Both onsite in-person and live virtual online facilitation team training events are provided.
Virtual Online Option Available
Our virtual live online DISC Workplace team training workshop contains the exact same content as the onsite face-to-face workshop but delivered in a 2-hour, engaging, participatory, fast-paced learning experience. This virtual team training option enables you to continue to train and develop your employees when many of them are working remotely and outside the Portland, OR area.
Live video conferencing is easy, cost-efficient and allows teams across locations to meet face-to-face. We use the Zoom platform which allows you to connect with colleagues from anywhere in the world. When you participate in a live DISC Workplace virtual online team training session, we seamlessly share relevant content and bring teams together for a fun, insightful and interactive learning session.
DISC Profile Workshop Training Takeaways:
- Increase self and team awareness
- Improve communication on teams
- Identify strategies to make more meaningful connections
- Enhance team trust
- Learn how to effectively work with difficult personalities
- Identify stress triggers in yourself and others
- Discover how to naturally motivate people
- Reduce tension, solve problems, and increase performance
- Understand the four main communication work-styles
DISC Workplace Team Training Modules
Module 1: Discovering Your DISC Work Style – Participants discover how DISC styles affect their workplace communication and relationships and explore the priorities that drive them at work.
Module 2: Understanding Other Communication Styles – Participants learn what works for them and what challenges them when working with each DISC style.
Module 3: Building More Effective Relationships – Participants create strategies and an action plan to overcome challenges when working with people of different DISC styles.
Module 4: Building a More Cohesive Team Culture – Participants leverage their discoveries to create team strategies to overcome challenges when working together as a team. Team agreements are discussed on how to more effectively together going forward.
The ‘glue’ to bring this group together
Thank you for presenting an excellent DISC session to the Ohio University Health Policy Fellowship Class. The Fellows were unanimous in rating you and your session as the highest-rated session of the weekend. They commented on how impressed they were that you were attuned to them to the point that you organized the session based on their interests and goals—the gold standard for an effective educator. We are grateful to have the opportunity to work with someone with your breadth of experience and knowledge—as well as such a great facilitator. Nancy Cooper, Fellowship Coordinator, Ohio University
Very positive experience
The DISC training experience was very positive for us because you had such great insights. It was an enriching experience learning about ourselves as well as others on our team. We appreciated the way you created an active learning environment. We highly recommend this training for other employers and their employees. Your DISC workshop was an incredible learning experience and we had a lot of “takeaways” as well as some thoughtful reflection. Thanks again for your wonderful training! Tammy Skrinski, Christie Neal, Veterans Service Representatives
DISC Facilitator, Certified Coach, Corporate Trainer, Portland, OR
Dr. Christopher Meade is a skilled and experienced DISC Personality facilitator, corporate trainer and certified coach. He specializes in training managers and leaders and developing healthy, high-performing teams. Christopher holds a Ph.D. from the University of Idaho in Organizational Learning with a concentration in Leadership. He is a recipient of the CEO Today Management Consulting Award.
He has coached over 10,000+ people and facilitated trainings for 500+ teams/organizations. Some of his clients include Apple, Nike, Microsoft, Google, Starbucks, NFL Detroit Lions, Facebook, Salesforce, Sony PlayStation, Abbott Laboratories, UC Berkeley, Johnson & Johnson, Citibank, Federal Reserve Bank, United Healthcare, Cisco, GameStop, IHG, U.S. Departments of Treasury, Veteran Affairs, Defense, and Commerce, eBay, Instagram, Emory University, US Olympic Committee, and Code.org.
Christopher’s expertise is in connecting with people, leading engaging team trainings, DISC workshops, keynotes, and retreats with corporate and government clients across all industries. Christopher is a former business dean, author, entrepreneur, award-winning MBA professor, executive leadership coach, and motivational keynote speaker. He speaks regularly at conferences, conventions, management retreats, and DISC team-building training events in Portland, OR and throughout the United States.
Portland Oregon: The City of Roses and known by its locals as P-Town.
Portland Oregon is truly a one-of-a-kind conference and convention city. With a population of approximately 590,000, Portland (or Rose City) is Oregon’s largest city and the third most populous city in the Pacific Northwest United States. If you take into consideration the Portland metro area, the population grows to roughly 2.2 million people. Not only is Portland, Oregon, a world leader in “all things green” and provides some good tax benefits for it, but it’s also the home to a plethora of artists, musicians, activists, leaders, change-agents, and entrepreneurs of all kinds.
Business in Portland, Oregon
Although Portland is home to many fabulous small and mid-sized businesses, it’s largest employers include Nike, Intel, the Federal Government, Oregon Health and Science University, Providence Health System, Alaska Airlines, Kaiser Permanente, Lam Research, U.S. Bank, Mentor Graphics, and Daimler Trucks North America. I also have some friends who lead some of Portland’s most dynamic small businesses which include Watson Creative, LGI International, and Evanta. Some of the best places to work in Portland, Oregon are Autodesk, Ruby Receptionists, Health Solutions, The Oregon Clinic, Vigor, International School, Leviton, Levy, Lifeworks, Columbia Bank, Homestreet Bank, Mercy Corps, and Bon Appetit. Portland, Oregon is a city of thriving businesses, innovative entrepreneurs, lots of business start-ups, and leaders who are cause and mission-driven. The DiSC Personality Profile workshop is used in many Portland-area businesses as a corporate training event, professional development module, and talent management strategy of keeping and developing their employees.
Portland’s Local Hospitality
Portland is filled with many local restaurants, custom breweries, and fabulous hotels throughout the metro areas. The major conference facilities include the Oregon Convention Center, Courtyard by Marriott Portland Downtown Conference Center, and the World Forestry Convention Center to name a few. Some of the most popular breweries are: BridgePort is Oregon’s oldest craft brewery, Hair of the Dog, Barley Brown’s Full Sail Brewing Company, Widmer Brothers, and Deschutes Brewery. Some of our famous restaurants include Andina’s, Pok Pok, Higgins, Langebaan, Castagna’s, Ned Ludd, Tasty’N Sons, Ava Gene’s, Bollywood Theater, Toro Bravo, Sweedeedee’s, Le Pigeon, Natural Selection, and of course, Portland City Grill.
Portland Education and Universities
My wife and I live in Portland, Oregon, and absolutely love being a part of this city. It’s filled with great people, several fabulous universities which include: George Fox University, The University of Portland, Portland State University, Oregon Health & Science University, Lewis and Clark College, Reed College, Warner Pacific College, and Concordia University. The DiSC Profile assessment and training are taking place in many of our local universities and colleges in the Portland, Oregon area helping students discover their unique communication and work style preferences.
Portland, Oregon’s Beautiful Outdoors
The weather in Portland, Oregon, is temperate and the landscape is well watered and green! The ocean is a little over one hour going one direction, snow-capped Mt. Hood in another, Multnomah Falls up the road, and the Columbia River across town. If you have time while on Business in Portland, grab a donut at Voodoo Donuts and a cup of coffee down the street at that largest used book store in the world, Powell’s Books. There is something for everyone here in Portland, Oregon. I hope you enjoy my city, I sure do!