In this DiSC training activity each style will describe what it’s like to be a high D, i, S, or C. Ask participants to meet in their primary style groups, and have each group create a poster that depicts a “day in the life of” a D, i, S, or C.
You may want to set the ground rules for the activity:
- This is a learning activity for all DiSC styles
- Please use respectful language that allows people to grow & learn
- Be mindful that style is based on preference
- Refrain from opinion and be objective in your learning and teach-backs
- Resist the temptation to label or pigeon-hole
Give the groups 8 minutes to create their posters. When time is up, ask participants to stand as a group with their poster. Ask which group would like to go first. Give each group 7-9 minutes to present their poster. Then ask each group:
- How can other styles learn to better relate to you?
- How are you misunderstood?
- What are your fears?
- What is the value that you bring to a team?
- What do you have to beware of with overusing your strengths?
Finally, ask the other groups to share what they value and appreciate about this group.
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