Welcome to Unique Team Training
Team Building | Upskilling | Team Development
Upskilling, and team development training are a must have in today’s workplaces for retaining good staff, staying ahead of the competition and keeping up with the latest professional development trends.
91% of companies and 81% of employees say upskilling/reskilling training at work has increased productivity.
80% of employees say that upskilling/reskilling has increased their confidence
– Talent LMS June 2020
At Unique Team Training we take a fresh approach to upskilling, team building and developing teams, with a focus on self awareness, emotional intelligence and communication skills. We do this using DISC behavioural profiling as the cornerstone of what makes people tick, and how to understand them.
We offer interesting and engaging bespoke team training, tailored long term packages and individual detailed reports. Each program we deliver is fully customised to your needs from inception to delivery and beyond.
WHAT IS DISC?
DISC is an acronym used to describe four behavioural styles, that people exhibit, usually with a preference for one. Someone’s preferred style affects everything from how they communicate, to how they make decisions, adapt to change, manage projects, lead a team, get along with others – and everything in between. The four behavioural profiles that make up DISC are:
Dominant profiles are results driven, with a focus on tasks, and tend to be direct communicators. Dominant profiles make up 3% of the population and are usually outgoing and big picture focused.
Influence profiles are positive, with a focus on people, and tend to be expressive communicators. Influence profiles make up 11% of the population and are usually outgoing and big picture focused.
Steadiness profiles are peaceful, with a focus on people and tend to be considerate communicators. Steadiness profiles make up 69% of the population and are usually reserved and detail focused.
Compliance profiles are accurate, with a focus on tasks and tend to be methodical communicators. Compliance profiles make up 17% of the population and are usually reserved and detail focused.
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