Inscape Publishing, a Wiley brand, and leading provider of assessment-driven classroom learning solutions, today announced local business Resources Unlimited has been honored as an Inscape Publishing Diamond Award Winner, Inscape’s highest award level. In 2012, less than 1% of Inscape Distributors earned the honor of Diamond Award.
“We are excited about Barbara Stennes’ commitment to bringing our trusted learning tools to the marketplace,” said Jeffrey Sugerman, Inscape’s CEO.  “Today’s workplace issues are varied, complex, and challenging—and our Inscape Award Winners are dedicated to raising the bar in providing industry-leading solutions that offer real value to their clients.”

About Resources Unlimited
Barbara Stennes, is CEO/President of Resources Unlimited & de Bono Consulting. She has been an authorized Inscape Distributor since 1980. Resources Unlimited offers DiSC based assessments, other personalized training assessments, certifications, customized DiSC training seminars and facilitator tools.
“Resources Unlimited work is helping people learn to be better leaders, managers, and individual contributors,” Sugerman says. “Organizations are becoming stronger and more efficient as a result. We are proud to have Resources Unlimited as a partner.”

About Inscape Publishing
Acquired by John Wiley & Sons, Inc. in February 2012, Inscape Publishing, Inc. is a leading developer of DiSC®‐based corporate training and assessment solutions. Inscape recently launched Everything DiSC®, its third‐generation applications that combine online assessment, classroom facilitation, and post‐training follow‐up reports to create powerful, personalized workplace development experiences. With a global network of nearly 1,800 independent distributors, Inscape’s solution‐focused products are used in thousands of organizations, including major government agencies and Fortune 500 companies. Every year, more than a million people worldwide participate in programs that use an Inscape assessment. Inscape products have been translated into 30 different languages and are used in 70 countries. For more information, visit