How self-aware is your team?

How self-aware is your team?
Do you have individuals or teams that could work more effectively together? Do you want access to tools that can deliver self-awareness, flexibility, capability and performance?

By creating a working environment where trust is high, communication is open and diversity is embraced, you can foster the development of a high-performing team that is resilient under pressure, is motivated and is able to sustain continuous achievement. Best Practice Consulting's self-awareness tools can help you achieve this. 

One of our most popular self-awareness tools is DiSC.

DiSC is a behavioural profiling tool that is designed to help understand how a person is most likely to behave in a particular situation or environment.

DiSC is an acronym for the four primary dimensions of behaviour.
1. Dominance: direct, results-oriented, strong-willed and forceful.
2. Influence: outgoing, enthusiastic, optimistic and lively.
3. Steadiness: even-tempered, accommodating, patient and humble.
4. Conscientiousness: analytical, reserved, precise and systematic.

By using DiSC effectively in the workplace, you can: 

Understand and appreciate strengths and challenges within teams to help build productive teams.
Identify the motivations and needs of team members.
Improve communication skills by identifying and adapting to different preferred styles.
Reduce personal and organisational conflict and stress.
Improve personal diversity, awareness and recognition.

Best Practice Consulting has a successful track record in assisting organisations to effectively review their operations and improve their organisational effectiveness and performance. To ensure your organisation meets the above outcomes Best Practice Consulting recommends DiSC.
To find out more about this and other self-awareness assessment tools and how they can be used to maximise individual or team effectiveness and success, contact us at here

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